first_imgAEK Athens beat Giannena 2-0 away on Sunday to stay second in the Greek league, 15 points behind leader Olympiakos.Ronald Vargas opened the scoring in the sixth minute with a close-range shot and Helder Barbosa added a second in the 59th with a volley from inside the area.Both teams created few chances on a soggy pitch. Giannena should have equalized in the 39th, but goalkeeper Yiannis Anestis saved Stavros Tsoukalas’ penalty kick.Panathinaikos slipped to fourth after a 0-0 draw with Panionios, swapping places with PAOK, which moved up to third by beating Veria 2-1.Asteras came from a goal down to beat Kalloni 3-1 at home.Olympiakos will try to maintain its perfect record with a win at Platanias on Monday.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img