Nigerian striker Brown Ideye got on the score sheet as Aris Thessaloniki fought back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Lamia, in the Greek Super League on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.
Ideye scored in the 55th minute to complete the comeback for Aris Thessaloniki after Daniel Larsson had pulled a goal back for them on 52 minutes.
Lamia had raced to a 2-0 lead thanks to a Christos Aravidis double on 24 and 48 minutes respectively.
The goal was Ideye’s seventh in 19 league appearances for Aris Thessaloniki this season.
The win now saw Aris Thessaloniki occupy fifth position on 34 points.
In the French Ligue 1, Victor Osimhen fired blanks but turned provider in Lille’s 3-1 away win against Toulouse.
Osimhen assisted Renato Sanches for Lille’s third goal in the 72nd minute.
Former Chelsea forward Loic Remy had a brace in the 2nd and 39th minutes.
The game was Osimhen’s 25th league out and has got on the score sheet 13 times.
Lille are now third on 43 points which is a Champions League qualification spot.
Also in France, Moses Simon helped Nantes end their winless run with a convincing 3-1 win at Marseille.
Prior to the game, Nantes had failed to win any of their last six games, four defeats and two draws.
Simon saw action for 90 minutes in the game which was his 24th in the league with five goals.
Anthony Limbombe (34th minute), Abdoul Kader Bamba (53rd minute) and an own goal from Alvaro Gonzalez (90th minute) scored to help secure the vital win for Nantes.
Nantes are now in 10th position on 37 points and four points away from fourth which is Europa League spot.
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