PAOK secured second place on the Greek Super League ladder after a tied 0-0 Thessaloniki derby against Aris on Sunday 19 July.

PAOK captain Adelino Vieirinha ended the season with a straight red card during overtime.

There is still a little trouble in paradise as PAOK awaits the decision of the Appeals Committee regarding the team’s punishment for its alleged common ownership with Xanthi.

The decision could jeopardise their second place slot that leads to the Champions League qualifiers.

Olympiakos and AEK also battled it out on the field on Sunday, with the boys in red and white ending on a 3-0 win thanks to goals made by Mathieu Valbuena, Lazar Randjelovic and Mady Camara.

This gave Olympiakos their 45th title win, which prompted their fans to defy COVID-19 restrictions and celebrate in the streets.

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Panathinaikos finished off on a 3-2 win over OFI, making it their second win in a row.

All five goals were scored within the first 14 minutes of the game with Federico Macheda and Tasos Hatziyiovanis scoring for the Greens and Vitor Figueiredo and Ricardo Vaz scoring for the Cretan team.

Panathinaikos goalie Vassilis Xenopoulos saved a goal during overtime cementing their win.

This was also the final game for Panathinaikos coach Giorgos Donis, who left quoting Winston Churchill, “This is not the end, it’s not even the beginning of the end; it is the end of the beginning. See you later!”

Panionios finished last on the ladder after a goalless draw with Atromitos, which may see the team dropped to the second division.

Xanthi also found themselves in a 0-0 draw with Larissa and is supposed to face the second division’s runner-up in a playoff.

There is a good chance the federation will announce a restructuring of the divisions which may see both Panionios and Xanthi stay in the Super League.

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Saturday’s matches saw Asteras Tripolis draw 1-1 with Lamia and Panetolikos beat out Volos with a 1-0 win.

The final table leave Olympiakos on top with 91 point followed by PAOK in second with 73 point, AEK in third with 69, Panathinaikos with 58, Aris with 42 and OFI with 36.

Asteras Tripolis topped the playout table to finish seventh overall, with 43 points. Atromitos finished very closely behind with 42, Larissa 36, Lamia 35, Volos 31, Panetolikos 29, Xanthi 24 and unlucky Panionios on the bottom with 23.

This Sunday 26 July will see the Greek Cup final between AEK and Olympiakos.