Sunday 29 Apr | 19:00 | Apostolos Nikolaidis
Super League | 2nd Round / Matchday 29
Panathinaikos
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PAOK
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Sunday 29 Apr | 19:00 | Apostolos Nikolaidis
Super League | 2nd Round / Matchday 29
Panathinaikos
0 - 3
PAOK
' FINAL
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Pregame
Kick Off
Half Time
Goals
Self Goal
Penalty
Substitution
Corners
Offside
Opportunity
Barshot
Comment
Yellow Card
Second Yellow Card
Red card
Missed Penalty
Squads
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Statistics

Ball possession

    Possession minutes
  • 50
    50
  • Shots
  • 14
    13
  • Saves
  • 2
    6
  • Fouls
  • 15
    18
  • Throw-ins
  • 11
    17
3
0
Yellow/red Cards
1
0
0
Offside
0
7
Corners
3
1
Shots on woodwork
0
Match Report

Winners and leaders until the end

29.04.2018

For the cynics, the Leoforos clash was inconsequential. But not for PAOK. The “Double-Headed Eagle” kicked off the game with the sole purpose to win, continue leading the standings (of points gathered on the pitch) and prove their quality and character. And they managed it. It wasn’t easy, but it was emphatic and thoroughly deserved.

Panathinaikos, being a big club, put on a fight and brought out the given quality of their players. They came close to scoring through Kaçe, Mystakidis (among the best of the match), Luciano and Donis and change the outlook of the encounter. However they couldn’t avoid the defeat.

PAOK prevailed thanks to the characteristics of their game: balance between the lines, good transition game and pressure high up the pitch. The opener was just a matter of time. In the 27th minute, Diego Biseswar pressured Mounier who was trying to launch a counterattack for Panathinaikos. The ball reached Aleksandar Prijović who gave PAOK the lead with a textbook finish.

An almost identical move brought the second goal of the visitors. Dimitris Pelkas stole the ball from Insua and then combined perfectly with Prijović, allowing the Serbian striker to complete his brace of the evening.

A combination “made in PAOK” brought the third goal. Dimitris Limnios fed Léo Matos from the right, Maurício and Prijović teed up incoming Yevhen Shakhov for the simplest of finishes.

PAOK have more points (67) than any other team with one match less, more victories recorded, largest goal difference and the league’s top scorer.

Line-ups:

Panathinaikos: Vlachodimos, Johansson, Kourbelis, Kolovetsios, Insua (85’ Ikonomou), Lod (17’ Mystakidis), Tzandaris, Kaçe, Mounier, Donis (64’ Μολίνς), Luciano.

PΑΟΚ: Paschalakis , Matos , Varela , Crespo , Vieirinha , Cañas , Maurício , Mak (69’ El Kaddouri ), Pelkas (74’ Limnios ), Biseswar (83’ Shakhov ), Prijović .

Sunday 29 Apr | 19:00 | Apostolos Nikolaidis
Super League | 2nd Round / Matchday 29
Panathinaikos
PAOK
0 - 3
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Pregame
Kick Off
Half Time
Goals
Self Goal
Penalty
Substitution
Corners
Offside
Opportunity
Barshot
Comment
Yellow Card
Second Yellow Card
Red card
Missed Penalty
Statistics

Ball possession

    Possession minutes
  • 50
    50
  • Shots
  • 14
    13
  • Saves
  • 2
    6
  • Fouls
  • 15
    18
  • Throw-ins
  • 11
    17
3
0
Yellow/red Cards
1
0
0
Offside
0
7
Corners
3
1
Shots on woodwork
0

Winners and leaders until the end

29.04.2018

For the cynics, the Leoforos clash was inconsequential. But not for PAOK. The “Double-Headed Eagle” kicked off the game with the sole purpose to win, continue leading the standings (of points gathered on the pitch) and prove their quality and character. And they managed it. It wasn’t easy, but it was emphatic and thoroughly deserved.

Panathinaikos, being a big club, put on a fight and brought out the given quality of their players. They came close to scoring through Kaçe, Mystakidis (among the best of the match), Luciano and Donis and change the outlook of the encounter. However they couldn’t avoid the defeat.

PAOK prevailed thanks to the characteristics of their game: balance between the lines, good transition game and pressure high up the pitch. The opener was just a matter of time. In the 27th minute, Diego Biseswar pressured Mounier who was trying to launch a counterattack for Panathinaikos. The ball reached Aleksandar Prijović who gave PAOK the lead with a textbook finish.

An almost identical move brought the second goal of the visitors. Dimitris Pelkas stole the ball from Insua and then combined perfectly with Prijović, allowing the Serbian striker to complete his brace of the evening.

A combination “made in PAOK” brought the third goal. Dimitris Limnios fed Léo Matos from the right, Maurício and Prijović teed up incoming Yevhen Shakhov for the simplest of finishes.

PAOK have more points (67) than any other team with one match less, more victories recorded, largest goal difference and the league’s top scorer.

Line-ups:

Panathinaikos: Vlachodimos, Johansson, Kourbelis, Kolovetsios, Insua (85’ Ikonomou), Lod (17’ Mystakidis), Tzandaris, Kaçe, Mounier, Donis (64’ Μολίνς), Luciano.

PΑΟΚ: Paschalakis , Matos , Varela , Crespo , Vieirinha , Cañas , Maurício , Mak (69’ El Kaddouri ), Pelkas (74’ Limnios ), Biseswar (83’ Shakhov ), Prijović .