Panthrakikos was the biggest winner of the penultimate round of Super League games on Sunday through its victory at Veria, on the day that Olympiakos partied for its fifth consecutive title. There were only 13 goals scored in seven games, five of which came from the champion.
Igor de Souza scored from the penalty spot to gift Panthrakikos three precious points at nine-man Veria (1-0) and take the Komotini team level on points with Levadiakos, that lost 1-0 at PAOK due to a Dimitris Papadopoulos penalty strike.
Levadiakos and Panthrakikos are level on 40 points, with one of them set to follow Ergotelis, OFI and Niki Volou to the second division, unless they both catch up with Panionios that is on 42 points and must host PAOK in its last game.
On Sunday Panionios suffered a 3-1 reverse at Atromitos through a Stefano Napoleoni hat-trick, and will now have to get a result against PAOK at home next Sunday. Atromitos, on the other hand, has sealed a spot in the play-offs. Dimitris Kolovos pulled one back in the end for Panionios.
Of course neither Veria nor Platanias nor Kalloni Lesvou are out of the woods just yet, as they are on 43 points and a loss in their last game of the season could have them involved in the relegation trouble.
Olympiakos lifted the trophy of the Super League after a very comfortable home win over Kalloni with a 5-0 score. Chori Dominiguez and Costas Mitroglou scored a brace each, with Costas Fortounis also making the scoresheet for the champions.
PAOK has risen to the second spot again through its win over Levadiakos, as Panathinaikos drew 1-1 at Kerkyra. The Greens led via Nikos Karelis, but Alexandros Kontos equalized for the Corfu side through a spot kick.
Also on Sunday relegated Ergotelis snatched a goalless draw at PAS Giannina while Xanthi and Asteras Tripolis also finished goalless.