The game between PAOK Saloniki and AEK Athens in the Greek league in the 89th minute aborted. The referee had shortly before a goal from PAOK because of offside disapproved.
The owner of PAOK stormed the field with a gun in his pocket
Supporters, but also owner and president of the club, Ivan Savvidis, stormed the field and threatened the referee and the players of the opposing team showed images of the Greek channel NOVA Sports. In addition, it appeared from the pictures that the owner of PAOK with a gun in his belt wore when he was on the field.
More than two hours after the shut-down of the match had the referee, according to various media invented, and the captains of both clubs, reported that the goal still counted. The team of AEK, is a leader in the Greek league, refused to for the remaining minutes back on the field.
The case is now submitted to the disciplinary committee of the Greek football association. Who had earlier in the day, PAOK just three points back that were taken after riots in the match against Olympiakos Piraeus.
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