After Panathinaikos on Saturday, neither PAOK or AEK could score victories on Sunday, conceding home draws to lesser opposition, as Olympiakos scored the first away win.
The Super League continues to have an unfamiliar look, as the upsets keep coming and unfancied Iraklis is now top of the league after three rounds of games.
Olympiakos grabbed their second win of the season beating Panserraikos 1-0 away courtesy of new signing Marco Pantelic, his first for the Piraeus club.
This was a hard-fought win for the Reds who failed to produce a satisfactory performance but managed to get all three points and rise to second at the table.
They joined Ergotelis, victors of Xanthi on Saturday, and newly-promoted Kerkyra, who defeated visiting Atromitos 3-1 in comprehensive fashion.
AEK snatched one point from the jaws of defeat at the Olympic Stadium as Asteras Tripolis came away with a 2-2 draw from what was the most entertaining game of the weekend.
They owe that point to two beautiful Raffik Djebbour and Nacho Scocco goals that spared the Athens club the embarrassment of losing to Asteras at home, after the Tripolis side had led 2-0.
PAOK were also held at home to new boys Olympiakos Volou 1-1, while Panionios saw off 10-man Aris 1-0 at home through a late Bosko Balaban strike.
Panathinaikos suffered a European hangover on Saturday when they were held to a 2-2 draw at Kavala on Saturday, a result that allowed Iraklis to go top of the Super League.
The defending champions, who suffered a 5-1 thrashing at Barcelona on Tuesday, made a handy start to the game when French striker Djibril Cisse put them ahead after just 12 minutes.
The Greens, however, were shocked on the half hour when Kavala scored twice in the three minutes.
Douglao levelled in the 30th minute before veteran French striker Jean-Claude Darcheville put them ahead three minutes later.
Panathinaikos came back in the second half and a second from Cisse 11 minutes from time ensured they woud at least take a point from the game. However, they will be less than satisfied to have picked up just five points from their first three games.
Iraklis kept their unbeaten record and are top of the table with seven points – at least until Sunday’s games are out of the way – after beating Larissa 1-0 in Thessaloniki.
A high octane game was settled by Danny Cousin’s 29th minute own goal but the match ended with both sides down to ten men – Larissa’s Efstathios Tavlaridis given his second yellow six minutes from time and Iraklis’ Pitu Garcia handed a straight red in the final minute.
Ergotelis also notched their second win of the season, a 63rd minute goal frol Diogo Romano enough to see off Xanthi who also had Manolis Mbertis sent off for his second yellow card one minute later.