Fatih karagümrük defeated its guest, Gaziantep, by three goals for two on Saturday, in the first round of the Turkish Super League competitions.
The goal for the hosts came early, when Senegalese defender Pape Delobodji, defender of the Gaziantep team, turned the ball into his own net in the tenth minute.
And only 7 minutes passed until the guests managed to adjust the cuff through a goal scored by Chilean Angelo Sagal from the penalty mark.
But Fatih karagümrük quickly took the lead again, scoring the second goal in the 19th minute from Serbian Aleksandar Besic.
The result remained the same until the last minute of the meeting, which witnessed the addition of a third goal for the owners of the land, signed by Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa.
And that was before Delobodje scored another goal in the alternative time, but this time against his opponent.
With this victory, Fatih karagümrük scored his first 3 points in the league campaign and came second on the standings after Besiktas, who opened the competition with a deserved victory over Rizespor with three clean goals.