“The game versus Olympiakos finished 3-1 against us, but the result is flagrantly unjust for Panathinaikos, who conceded two goals from doubtful plays. The referees executed again the task assigned to them. We knew about that in advance and thus we had sent a letter to the Greek Football Federation (EPO).

It was indisputably proved, indeed, with the first provocative goal of Olympiakos, allowed at the own responsibility of the first referee, although the player of Olympiakos Dominguez was in a blatant offside position being active in the play and although initially the second linesman raised his flag to cancel the goal. The second goal was produced from a nonexistent foul attributed by the referee against Mesto.

Nevertheless, these were not the only plays in which the referees have altered the flow of the match. A lot of them are stated hereunder in detail:

In the 11th minute, a foul is attributed for a hand on Pranic, unintentionally, who gets a card.

In the 16th minute, Dominguez commits a foul to Villiafanies, however he receives no card as he should.

In the 51st minute, Kyzas does not show a yellow card to Cambiasso for pulling the shirt of Zeka.

In the 57th minute, Berg gets a yellow card for protesting in a play, without blowing the whistle to declare a foul, in our favor.

In the 59th minute, a nonexistent foul is given to Fortounis, attributed to Mesto, who gets a yellow card for protesting.

In the 60th minute, Milivojevic hits Tavlaridis, but is not warned with a second yellow card.

In the 61st minute, the same player is not expelled, this time for hitting Abeid with his elbow.

In the 63rd minute, Pardo hits with his hand, however he does not face any yellow card from Kyzas.

In the 72nd minute, Salino “plunges” in order to win a penalty, but he is not warned with a yellow card, which would be his second one.

In the 77th minute, the referee spared a card to Botía for tackling Berg from behind.”