Host side Olympiacos retained the Euro League trophy and became the seventh club in the competitionâ€™s history to win back-to-back titles. The Greeks outplayed 5-time champion Sabadell in the final, jumped to a three-goal lead early on, and maintained that gap till the end. This also completed a Greek double â€“ four days after fellow Piraeus side Ethnikos won the LEN Trophy, Olympiacos claimed the Euro League victory, itâ€™s the ninth time since 2000 that the winning clubs represent the same nation. Padova snatched the bronze with a magnificent 6-1 rush in the last period to achieve the best-ever result in the clubâ€™s history.
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