IT was difficult to gauge just who was the happier, Motherwell or Panathinaikos, following yesterday's draw for the third qualifying round of the Champions League.
Manager Stuart McCall had not been too bothered which of the four seeded clubs his side were paired with, his only wish that Motherwell played the first leg at home.
Panathinaikos, eschewing the usual diplomacy that surrounds these events, had kept their fingers crossed they would be sent to Scotland. In the end, both parties got their wish.
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