Adelaide Olympic through to FFA Cup Round of 16 for their second time ever

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Adelaide Olympic FC is through to the Football Federation Australia (FFA) Cup Round of 16 for the second time in their history.

The club secured its place among the top 16 clubs after winning 3-0 over ECU Joondalup at Dorrien Gardens on Wednesday. 

Christos Pounendis, marksman Fausto Erba, and strike Ioannis Simosis lead the team to their victory with second-half goals. 

Olympic will join Adelaide United, Lions, Gold Coast Knights, and Brisbane Roar for the Round of 16 draws on Thursday. 

The 2021 season is the eighth of the FFA Cup.

Source: FFA Cup

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