Undefeated PAOK drew 1-1 at Larissa on Sunday postponing their Greek Superliga title celebrations for at least a week, with two matches left to play.

Supporters still celebrated the result roadside at the Tempi shrine, the site where six PAOK fans died in clashes 19 years ago.

The Thessaloniki club needed a win to secure their first league championship in 34 years and the first to be won by a club outside Athens since 1988.

PAOK are now on 74 points, while second-placed Olympiakos have 66 with a game in hand.

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