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Late goals help PAOK to 3-0 win over Panthrakikos in the Greek league

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ATHENS, Greece - Serbian midfielder Zvonimir Vukic scored two late goals to lead PAOK to a 3-0 win over Panthrakikos in the Greek league on Sunday.

Albanian midfielder Ergys Kace opened the scoring with a long-range drive in the 62nd minute and Vukic struck twice from inside the area in the 85th and 87th.

The win kept PAOK in second place, 20 points behind leader Olympiakos — which beat OFI 4-0 on Saturday, and two points ahead of Atromitos — which beat Xanthi 2-0 on Sunday. Panthrakikos is seventh.

Also Sunday, fourth-place Panathinaikos was held to a 1-1 draw at home by Ergotelis and second-to-last Veria won 1-0 at Giannena. The victory opened up a five-point gap over last-place Aris, which lost 2-1 at Platanias.

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