The Guinean international had a positive impact on the Greek champions before being instructed before half-time
Mohamed Camara scored the only goal when Olympiakos won a 1-0 victory over Azerbaijani club Neftci on Wednesday in the first match of their Uefa Champions League qualifier.
The 24-year-old broke the deadlock of the Stadio Georgios Karaiskaki in the 29th minute after a corner from Mathieu Valbuena.
A few minutes after his opening, Camara received a straight red card for a challenge on Namik Alaskarov in the 43rd minute.
Also for the Olympic food were the Egyptian Ahmed Hassan Kouka, Senegal’s Pape Cisse, Cameroon’s Pierre Malong and Aguibou Camara from Guinea.
Neftci, on the other hand, had Nigerian Yusuf Lawal, Sao Tome e Príncipe’s Harramiz, Senegal’s Mamadou Mbodj and Guinea’s Mamadou Kane on parade.
The goal separated both teams for 90 minutes and this gave the Greek champions a lead on the first leg for the return to the Bakcell Arena on 28 July.
Wednesday’s attempt was Camara’s second goal in the Champions League after opening his goal account in a group stage against Marseille in December.
The Guinean international scored the Legends’ only goal in their 2-1 defeat against French Ligue 1 club.
Camara has been at Olympiakos since 2018 when he left French Ligue 2 club Ajaccio, and he has made himself a key player in Pedro Martins’ team with his contributions in the middle of the park.
He won two consecutive Super League crowns with a Greek Cup with the Legends.
Elsewhere in Eindhoven, Mostafa Mohamed’s Galatasaray was beaten 5-1 by PSV in another Champions League qualifier.
The International Egyptian was introduced as a substitute in the 61st minute alongside Sofiane Feghouli of Algeria, while Christian Luyindama of DR Congo and Jesse Sekidika of Nigeria played all the time for the Turkish Super Lig club.