Galatasaray hosted Yeni Malatyaspor in Week 33 of the Ahmet Çalık Super League Spor Toto season. The experienced football player from the yellow-red team marked the hard fight. Kerem Aktürkoğlu was tough on Domenec Torrent. The Yellow-Reds had a first this season. Here are the details…
TORRENT WICKED BEFORE THE MATCH
Fans who came to the stands to support the yellow-red team reacted to Domenec Torrent. Whistles went up in the stands as it was the turn of the Spanish coach during the reading of the pre-competition race lists.
ELEGANT INTERVENTION BY GAMELİ
When the minutes showed 39 minutes in the difficult game, Galatasaray went very close to the goal with Ryan Babel. The Dutchman’s shot touched Gameli’s ball and went towards the goal. The experienced defender intervened on the line at the last moment and sent the leather ball for a corner.
When the minutes showed 45+2 in the thrilling game, Galatasaray defender Victor Nelsson made an incredible intervention. The Danish defender, who touched the round leather line that slid towards the net, prevented the position from leading to a goal.
RYAN BABEL TIED UP, FLAG UP, I FIXED
In the 51st minute of the game, on a shot from Halil Dervişoğlu, Yeni Malatyaspor goalkeeper Abdulsamed made an elegant save. Berkan Kutlu volleyed in the header on the spinning ball, and goalkeeper Abdulsamed again prevented the ball from hitting the net with difficulty. Babel gave an elegant touch to the ball in front of him and sent the ball into the net. Esat Sancaktar, the match’s assistant referee, raised the offside flag. After the VAR review, the ball which hit the net gained a goal value.
HALIL DOUBLE THE DIFFERENCE
Galatasaray scored another goal in the 53rd minute of the game. Halil Dervişoğlu, who landed a stylish headshot through the middle of Omar, made it 2.
THIS SEASON IS A FIRST
According to data from Opta; This season, Galatasaray have sent Yeni Malatyaspor the shortest time between goals in Super League. (121 seconds)
PENALTY, OFFSIDE STOPPED
In the 64th minute of the critical match, Halil Dervişoğlu remained on the ground after Gameli intervened in the penalty area. The referee first showed the penalty spot, after the offside flag was raised for Babel, the penalty was canceled.
TAYLAN ANTALYALI Whistles
Taylan, who was taken out of the game in the 84th minute of the fight, received a reaction from the stands in Antalya. The yellow-red fans whistled the experienced football player.
KEREM REACTED TO THE TORRENT
Kerem Aktürkoğlu, who came on the side in the 84th minute of the game, didn’t like Domenec Torrent’s decision. The young player and the Spanish coach had a long argument.
Kerem Aktürkoğlu opened his arms and left his teacher a few minutes later. The young footballer kept track of the time remaining on the ice bucket.
OMAR TAKES AN OFFSIDE
In the 90+4th minute of the difficult match, Omar intervened on the ball that Campi wanted to withdraw. The Norwegian, who entered the penalty area with Emre Kılınç’s pass, sent the ball into the net. The ball, which hit the net after the shield flag, did not earn goal value.
“I ALSO INJURED DURING F. BAHÇE’S MATCH”
Kerem Aktürkoğlu, who made a statement after the Yeni Malatyaspor game, used the following statements about the dialogue with Domenec Torrent:
“I would never be rude to my elders and my teachers. I already went to the Fenerbahce game last week without fully recovering from an injury. This game was the same. I was in pain. I was playing with needles. I told the teacher that I could play for 70 minutes. He asked about my foot. I’m sorry if there was a misunderstanding, but we have no problem with our teacher. No. We don’t We’re not a couple. Like I said there, he asked about my foot. Because I shouldn’t have taken the last photo.
Domenec Torrent also spoke about what happened between him and Kerem Aktürkoğlu. The Spanish coach said:
“Kerem Aktürkoğlu plays every game and it’s a burden for him. I asked him how he feels. What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch. Things like that happen from time to time, it’s part football. I said, “You played well.”
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