- Vincent Aboubakar scored his second goal of the season in the 4-2 defeat on the road
- Beşiktaş conceded four goals to make it 9 goals conceded so far
- Adana Demirspor of former Indomitable Lions coach Patrick Kluivert move up to the third spot
Vincent Aboubakar’s late striker against coach Patrick Kluivert’s Adana Demirspor in a delayed Turkish Super League game on Tuesday evening at the New Adana stadium counted for nothing as the host put four past the visiting keeper to claim a shock 4-2 victory.
Title chasing Adana exposed Beşiktaş’ defensive frailties again, breaching their set up at will on the night to register their third win in six games and make it nine goals conceded for the Black and Whites.
Younes Belhanda put the home side ahead. The Beşiktaş backline had been caught napping on two occasions before the Algerian was on hand to take the third opportunity.
Senegalese goal poacher Mbaye Niang added the second less than ten minutes later as signs of a long night for the traveling party gripped their fans who had followed them to Adana.
Despite creating a litterny of chances during the rest of the half, both sides couldn’t take them. Adana accepted the pause with a 2-0 lead but the game had signs of producing more goals in the second segment.
Emre Akbaba extended the advantage then Yusuf Erdoğan put the game to bed when he made it 4-0 after 75 minutes.
However, Beşiktaş scored two late goals through Vincent Aboubakar and Milot Rashica to make it 4-2 after the final whistle.
The latest result takes Adana Demirspor up to the 3rd spot with 11 points while Beşiktaş drops to sixth with 10 points from six games apiece.
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