There was drama at the Toumba Stadium, after a club owner invaded the pitch with a gun in a holster.
The commotion started after Cape Verdean Central defender, Fernando Varela had scored at the death of the match sending the home fans into a frenzy.
But the goal was later disallowed for offside after referee Georgios Kominis had pointed to the centre circle.
The decision forced the game to be suspended as some angry fans invaded the pitch, a situation that gave the security men some hectic time controlling the crowd.
In the ensuing melee, Paok’s owner, Ivan Savvidis accompanied by bodyguards, went on the field to threaten the referee.
He was later pulled away from the pitch.
Even though the Superleague’s website recorded the match as a 0-0 draw, there are reports that referee, Giorgos Kominis, had allowed the goal to stand.
An official statement is expected from the league.