PAOK of Thessaloniki joined Olympiakos at the top of the Greek soccer Super League on Sept. 22 with a 1-0 win over Panetolikos.
PAOK had scored 13 goals in its last three games, including six against Dinamo Minsk of Belarus in a European league game, but struggled against its Greek opponent.
The win for PAOK came on a penalty kick by Robert Mak on the 36th minute, and the visitors only had one more good chance in the game, hitting the woodwork on the 64th, but were not threatened with the exception of an injury-time scare.
Atromitos reacted to its 1-0 loss at OFI Crete with the sacking of manager Giorgos Paraschos on Sept. 22. Former OFI boss Sa Pinto, from Portugal, is the leading contender to take over at Peristeri.