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Ivan Savvidis, owner of Greek club PAOK Salonika, walked on to the field and attempted to confront the referee on Sunday evening when his side met AEK Athens.

PAOK thought they had secured a last-gasp win with an 89th-minute effort, only for the referee to alter his decision following the protestations of AEK players.

Joined by a flurry of fans, the referee was forced to put a halt to the game, before finally calling it off, and reinstating the disallowed goal.

He then had to be restrained as he appeared to aim some angry words towards one of the match officials.

Amid the chaos that ensued, the game was officially abandoned two hours later on safety grounds.

AEK boss Manolo Jimenez claimed that PAOK had been awarded the goal after the insane scenes.

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"Right now we are leaving the stadium escorted by the police", Jimenez told OndaCero.

Explaining the incident, the Spanish coach said: "The referee has invalidated the goal of PAOK for offside, there was a brawl of players and many people entered the field, including their president with bodyguards".

"After about two hours and after the referee continually changed the decision to award or not the goal, he concluded that the goal counts and chose to stop the match".

AEK had complained that Savvidis came on to the pitch with a gun in his hip holster and threatened referee Giorgos Kominos, who was reportedly told "you are finished" by PAOK technical director Lubos Michel.

'We learned later that the president had a gun, we did not see it there on the pitch'.

The committee also overturned a ruling ordering PAOK play their next two home matches behind closed doors, resulting in a sell-out crowd of 30,000 at the Toumba Stadium for the match against AEK.

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