Greece dominated Gibraltar 5-0 for the 2024 UEFA European Football Championship qualifiers in a home win at OPAP Arena of Nea Filadelfia, Athens on Sunday.
The Greek team scored 14 goals to Gibraltar’s zero in the first half, with the team constantly on the constantly on the attack, as Dimitris Pelkas opened the score from the ninth minute.
During the second half, the pace slowed for Greece, but prevailed to victory with West Ham’s Dinos Mavropanos doubling Greece’s lead on the 23rd.
The Greek National team camped inside the final third for large chunks with 87 percent possession, 13 shots and 5 corners, reported Hellas Football.
Giorgos Masouras made it 3-0 on the 70th, with Dinos Mavropanos increasing the score to 4-0 in the 82nd minute to make his second goal.
Giakoumakis transferred to Masouras, where he sent the ball into the net to claim the 5-0 victory against Gibraltar.
According to Ekathimerini, Greece has nine points from five games, now tied in second with the Netherlands but having played one additional game the Dutch team.
Greece travels to Ireland next for an away fixture on October 13.