PAOK remain one of five unbeaten clubs in Europe
PAOK stand alongside four other European clubs who remain unbeaten in their respective leagues. AGONAsport investigates.
With PAOK’s most recent win over an in-form Atromitos side, the Dikefalos tou Vorra continued their unbeaten start to the Greek Super League campaign with 21 wins and three draws from 24 matches played. The result keeps PAOK seven points ahead of second placed Olympiacos in the league standings.
Amazingly, PAOK remain unbeaten alongside four other clubs in Europe’s domestic leagues, including Italian powerhouses Juventus, Red Star Belgrade in Serbia, Maccabi Tel Aviv from Israel, and SK Slovan Bratislava in Slovakia. With all derbies set aside and with a comfortable advantage atop the league standings, PAOK’s final goal of the season is to become just the second club in Greek football history to win the championship undefeated. The first club to do this was Panathinaikos back in the 1963/64 campaign.
Undefeated league records across Europe:
1. Juventus 24-3-0
2. Red Star 23-3-0
3. PAOK 21-3-0
4. Maccabi Tel Aviv 20-6-0
5. SK Slovan Bratislava 18-4-0