Whoever thinks 0-0 draws are boring has never been to a match in Greece.
A disputed goal at the end of a match in the Greek Superleague between PAOK Salonika and AEK led to a pitch invasion by PAOK’s owner who was carrying a gun.
Cue chaos. Paok’s owner, Ivan Savvidis, entered the field twice with his bodyguards and a revolver on display.
Greek football authorities have suspended all matches, kind of proving one bad guy can ruin it for everyone.