ATHENS, Greece — A 15-minute, four-goal spree by Olympiakos midway through the second half turned a fragile 1-0 lead into a 5-0 rout for the defending champion over host Kalloni in the Greek league on Saturday.
The win put Olympiakos in provisional first place, two points over PAOK, which plays at Levadiakos on Sunday. Kalloni is 11th.
Captain Yannis Maniatis opened the scoring in the 11th minute, and Alejandro Dominguez converted a penalty in the 63rd to make it 2-0. Jorge Benitez scored in the 65th and 73rd, and Andreas Bouhalakis finished off in the 78th.
Also, Platanias beat fellow Cretans OFI 1-0, and Veria drew 1-1 at Panthrakikos.