Next Match VS Panserraikos
Wednesday 31 Jan | 21:00 | Toumba Stadium
Greek Cup | Quarterfinals / 2nd Leg
PAOK
5 - 0
Panserraikos
' FINAL
Wednesday 31 Jan | 21:00 | Toumba Stadium
Greek Cup | Quarterfinals / 2nd Leg
PAOK
5 - 0
Panserraikos
' FINAL
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Statistics

Ball possession

    Shots
  • 11
    11
  • Saves
  • 2
    3
  • Fouls
  • 14
    12
  • Throw-ins
  • 16
    14
0
0
Yellow/red Cards
1
0
1
Offside
1
2
Corners
4
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Shots on woodwork
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Match Report

A win, qualification, and next... Panathinaikos

31.01.2024

PAOK collected a second win in as many cup matches against Panserraikos, beating the Serres club 5-0 at Toumba Stadium in the second leg of their quarter-final tie on Wednesday (31.01). The win completed a 9-0 aggregate win for PAOK, who booked a a place in the semi-finals where they will meet Panathinaikos.

The 4-0 first-leg win meant that the visitors did not arrive in Thessaloniki with great hopes of turning the tie around, while the home side were in more relaxed mood going into the game with such a big advantage. Both coaches made plenty of changes, but PAOK’s dynamic performance did not give Pablo Garcia’s team much of a chance on the night in the end.

After the first 10 minutes during which Zivko Zivkovic needed to make a wonderful double save, PAOK then took control, played their football how they wanted, and effectively ended the match as a contest within six minutes. Initially, Stefanos Tzimas took an assist from Sastre in the 20th minute and finished the move clinically to make it 1-0, rounding off an excellent team effort.

Andrija Zivkovic then took over. The Serb received the ball from Michailidis, produced a great individual run and shot to make it 2-0 with a flawless finish in the 26th minute. From that point on, the game was essentially over.

Although there were no further goals in teh first half, the pattern of play was similar after half-time, with Razvan Lucescu’s free-flowing team in control of the play and creating chances. For their part, Panserraikos did have their moments, but it took a while for any further goals to arrive – the 82nd minute in fact, when there was a goal rush as the home side added three.

Andre Ricardo , making his first appearance this season for the senior side, made it 3-0 with a powerful shot, before Brandon beat the opposing goalkeeper with a well-placed effort in the 85th minute, and then Ioannis Konstantelias put the icing on the cake with a beautiful fifth goal.

The final whistle saw PAOK celebrating qualification to the last four of the competition and booking a clash with Panathinaikos in the semi-finals.

Team lineups:

PAOK: Z.Zivkovic (Talichmanidis 86′), Rafa Soares, Michailidis, Nasberg, Sastre (Baba 46′), Schwab (Ricardo 62′), Tsingaras, Marcos Antonio, Konstantelias, A. Zivkovic, Tzimas (Brandon 75′).

Panserraikos: Katsikas, Dankerloui, Gotzamanidis, Petaurakis, Peleas, Moreira, Oikonomou (Staikos 62′), Sofianos (Gouleri 77′), Mourgos (Tomas 62′), Maskanakis (Warda 62′), Aleksic (Betancourt 72′).

Wednesday 31 Jan | 21:00 | Toumba Stadium
Greek Cup | Quarterfinals / 2nd Leg
PAOK
Panserraikos
5 - 0
' FINAL
Timeline
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HT
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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

    Shots
  • 11
    11
  • Saves
  • 2
    3
  • Fouls
  • 14
    12
  • Throw-ins
  • 16
    14
0
0
Yellow/red Cards
1
0
1
Offside
1
2
Corners
4
0
Shots on woodwork
0

A win, qualification, and next... Panathinaikos

31.01.2024

PAOK collected a second win in as many cup matches against Panserraikos, beating the Serres club 5-0 at Toumba Stadium in the second leg of their quarter-final tie on Wednesday (31.01). The win completed a 9-0 aggregate win for PAOK, who booked a a place in the semi-finals where they will meet Panathinaikos.

The 4-0 first-leg win meant that the visitors did not arrive in Thessaloniki with great hopes of turning the tie around, while the home side were in more relaxed mood going into the game with such a big advantage. Both coaches made plenty of changes, but PAOK’s dynamic performance did not give Pablo Garcia’s team much of a chance on the night in the end.

After the first 10 minutes during which Zivko Zivkovic needed to make a wonderful double save, PAOK then took control, played their football how they wanted, and effectively ended the match as a contest within six minutes. Initially, Stefanos Tzimas took an assist from Sastre in the 20th minute and finished the move clinically to make it 1-0, rounding off an excellent team effort.

Andrija Zivkovic then took over. The Serb received the ball from Michailidis, produced a great individual run and shot to make it 2-0 with a flawless finish in the 26th minute. From that point on, the game was essentially over.

Although there were no further goals in teh first half, the pattern of play was similar after half-time, with Razvan Lucescu’s free-flowing team in control of the play and creating chances. For their part, Panserraikos did have their moments, but it took a while for any further goals to arrive – the 82nd minute in fact, when there was a goal rush as the home side added three.

Andre Ricardo , making his first appearance this season for the senior side, made it 3-0 with a powerful shot, before Brandon beat the opposing goalkeeper with a well-placed effort in the 85th minute, and then Ioannis Konstantelias put the icing on the cake with a beautiful fifth goal.

The final whistle saw PAOK celebrating qualification to the last four of the competition and booking a clash with Panathinaikos in the semi-finals.

Team lineups:

PAOK: Z.Zivkovic (Talichmanidis 86′), Rafa Soares, Michailidis, Nasberg, Sastre (Baba 46′), Schwab (Ricardo 62′), Tsingaras, Marcos Antonio, Konstantelias, A. Zivkovic, Tzimas (Brandon 75′).

Panserraikos: Katsikas, Dankerloui, Gotzamanidis, Petaurakis, Peleas, Moreira, Oikonomou (Staikos 62′), Sofianos (Gouleri 77′), Mourgos (Tomas 62′), Maskanakis (Warda 62′), Aleksic (Betancourt 72′).