Bongani Khumalo's PAOK slipped from top spot in the Greek Super League play-offs after suffering a 2-1 defeat at home to Atromitos.
PAOK were perfectly poised to hold onto their three-point advantage when Dimitris Salpingidis gave them the lead in the 33rd minute but Stefano Napoleoni equalised just after the break before snatching the win in stoppage time.
Khumalo played the entire 90 minutes at the back but couldn’t prevent his side from slipping to second place in the mini-league. They have 10 points from five games played and are behind Atromitos on goal difference.
In the other play-off game on the night, Asteras Tripolis beat PAS Giannina 2-1 to climb into third place with eight points.
Tokelo Rantie's Malmo FF were held to a 1-1 draw at home to May Mahlangu's Helsingborg on Wednesday night.
Both Bafana Bafana youngsters started for their respective sides and Rantie's Malmo would strike first through Simon Thern.
Mahlangu and co then pressed for an equaliser and it would come through Brazilian Alvaro Santos with 15 minutes to go.
The South African duo saw out the entire 90 minutes of the game.