Black out in Toumpa…
Due to bad performance in the first half and some mistakes made from the referee the Panathinaikos lost with 3-1 from PAOK
Panathinaikos FC lost with 3-1 in Toumpa, from PAOK, in the eighth day of Super League Greece, and remained in the second place of the table, six points behind the first position.
The Greens have complaints from referee Aretopoylos’ decisions, one of which is the penalty given to the home team in the 28ht minute, where Berbatov opened the score. Until the end of the first half, PAOK managed to score two more times, with Rodrigues and Vitor, securing practically the win.
In the second half, Panathinaikos scored from the penalty spot with Karelis.
Scorers: 28’ (pen.) Berbatov, 31’ Rodrigues, 42’ Vitor / 74’ (pen.) Karelis
PAOK: Glikos, Vitor, Ricardo Costa, Tzavelas, Tziolis, Sabo (71’ Harisis), Leovac, Rodrigues, Jairo (83’ Athanasiadis), Mak, Berbatov (30’ Pelkas).
Panathinaikos: Steele, Marinakis, Tavlaridis, Thelander, Nano, Koutroumpis (61’ Klonaridis), Zeca, Abeid (83’ Petric), Ajagun, Karelis (83’ Lagos), Berg.