French international and Panathinaikos Athens star striker Djibril Cissé on Friday filed a lawsuit against the president of rival Olympiacos Piraeus Vangelis Marinakis, nearly a week after a controversial and hooligan-marred game between the two football clubs at Olympiacos’ stadium.

Cissé filed the lawsuit at the Athens first instance court prosecutor’s office, alleging that Marinakis, who is also the president of the first division pro Greek Super League, slandered, verbally abused and threatened him.

Following league-leading Olympiacos’ 2-1 victory over Panathinaikos dozens of Olympiacos fans entered the pitch, many of whom surrounded fleeing Panathinaikos players and coaching staff. The Athens team also bitterly pointed to several sloppy referee calls during the match, including an off-sides call negating a goal that prevented it from going up 1-2 in the 82nd minute.