Galatasaray who is in the first place spot on the Turkish Super Lig table suffered a 2-1 defeat to Ankaragucu in their latest fixture.
Galatasaray played their latest fixture in the Turkish Super Lig against Ankaragucu away from home, and suffered an unfortunate 2-1 defeat to the home side. Galatasaray is currently in the first place spot on the Turkish Super Lig table with 57 points, but their loss has put them in a very difficult situation as Besiktas is in the second place spot with the same amount of points with a game in hand. Even though Galatasaray lost the match 2-1 in the end, they did good to score one goal in the match as Besiktas would have been in first place if Galatasaray had lose 2-0.
Ankaragucu opened the scoring in the first half of the match when Ibrahim Akdag scored in the 45+1 minute from the penalty spot to lead at 1-0. Ankaragucu extended their lead to 2-0 when Saba Lobjanidze scored in the 55th minute of the match. Galatasaray managed to get on the score board when Muhammed Akturkoglu scored in the 90+2 minute of the match to make it 2-1. Ankaragucu managed to win the match 2-1 in the end.
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