PAOK vs. Spartak Moscow (3-2) in Champions League (final)

The Greek side came back from a 2-goal deficit

In a crazy, action-packed epic come back, PAOK Thessaloniki came from behind to defeat Spartak Moscow (3-2) at Toumba in the first leg for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. The Greek team was stunned as the visitors from Russia scored twice in the first 17 minutes with Popov and Promes in the 7th and 17th minutes respectively. After the initial shock, the home side took control of the match and following a 29-minute penalty conversion by Prjovic of a handball infringement in the box, scored twice with Limnios (37’) and Pelkas (44’) to register an astonishing victory.