Riot police were brought to control crowds inside and around the Toumba stadium for Sunday's table-topping clash between rivals PAOK and Olympiakos.

Some supporters also jumped the turnstiles, with large numbers of fans forced to wait outside the ground.

PAOK moved a step closer to winning their first title in 34 years, and also finishing the league unbeaten, with a 3-1 win over Olympiakos.

The Thessaloniki side took an early lead, with Adelo Vieirinha and Diego Bisewar scoring in the first 20 minutes. Chuba Akpom added a third before Daniel Podence's consolation three minutes from time.

Last season's clash was marred by clashes and controversy after PAOK's owner Ivan Savvidis invaded the pitch with a gun. The Greek Superleague was temporarily suspended and faced warnings from European football's governing body UEFA.

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