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Match Thread: Kayserispor vs Bursaspor [Turkish Super Lig]

2019.01.26 13:30 LiveCommentator Match Thread: Kayserispor vs Bursaspor [Turkish Super Lig]

FT: Kayserispor 1-1 Bursaspor

Kayserispor scorers: Cristian Sapunaru (48')
Bursaspor scorers: Yusuf Erdogan (30')
Venue: Kadir Has Stadium
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Silviu Lung Jr., Cristian Sapunaru, Jean-Armel Kana-Biyik, Atila Turan, Tiago Lopes, Umut Bulut, Silvestre Varela (Olexandr Kucher), Deniz Turuc (Levent Gülen), Bernard Mensah, Artem Kravets (Hasan Hasan Acar), Tjaronn Chery.
Subs: Muammer Yildirim, Emre Demircan, Mert Ozyildirim, Adem Dogan, Hakan Citak, Kazim Celik, Abdullah Gürbüz.
Muhammed Sengezer, Aurélien Chedjou, Ertugrul Ersoy, Burak Kapacak, Umut Meras, Tunay Torun (Abdullahi Shehu), Aytac Kara (Henri Saivet), Yusuf Erdogan, Allano (Diafra Sakho), Stéphane Badji, Mehmet Umut Nayir.
Subs: Iasmin Latovlevici, Santiago Vergini, Furkan Soyalp, Okan Kocuk, Onur Atasayar, Ramazan Keskin, Furkan Emre Unver.
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2018.11.11 19:55 Aslan27 [Day After] - Post-Match Thread - Galatasaray 3-0 Kayserispor

Seen the idea on /soccer and think it would be nice to discuss performances of individuals with video highlights, what stood out to you, etc. Also nice for those who didn't get to see the game live and watched a replay later like I do sometimes because of work or whatever it may be.
1. Goals
2. Formation
With quite a few injuries and suspended players, FT and the team decided to field a 3-5-2 formation - Ozan/Maicon/Serdar as our CB's, Mariano and Omer as wing-backs, Selcuk lying deep in the midfield with Feghouli and Belhanda in front, and Onyekuru with Sinan up top as our "strikers"
3. Key Player video highlights
  • Feghouli(video) - he gave a lot of us fans a feeling of his revival - although too early to draw a conclusion, he played great. His awareness of the playing field, his runs, passes (both short and long) were all on point. If this means the beginning of a good run, I'm very optimistic for what he shows in the upcoming games. His pairing with Belhanda was also really great. Both players actually have high football knowledge and worked well together.
  • Belhanda(video) - as much as some of us criticize his temper, stupid impulsive reactions, and lazy/give-up moments, he's still one of the best players we have going forward. He is no Sneijder or prime Xelcuk, but he is good and showed us that again today.
  • Onyekuru(video) - two goals, what more is there to say? He was hustling all.game.long. He is hungry and clearly wants to improve and get better. Unfortunately this can't be said about his strike partner, Sinan. Onyekuru was making a lot of runs, hustling back to receive and release the ball. He runs to put pressure on the last defenders when they have the ball, what us fans want to see our strikers do (Think Burak Yilmaz, Umut Bulut, and Gomis at times). If Onyekuru has a solid striker next to him like Gomis or Drogba, we'd be banging in a lot of goals. I wonder if we'll give him and Eren a try together when Eren returns. But this Sinan obsession by our coaching staff is awfully irritating.
  • Yunus Akgun(video) - only played 10 minutes but damn I love this kids style of play. Reminds me of Messi/Emre Mor in that he sees open spaces and just runs right through with the ball not leaving his feet. Incredibly talented dribbler and has a very forward-minded style. I know some of you criticized him before for being a little lazy and not tracking back, but I say that's okay. Not all attacking players have to come back and help defensively. Plus he can learn this as he gets older and more aware. Let him stay up there and be our first or second option to give the ball to and then the rest of the team supports.
  • Celil Yuksel(video) - someone said it nice in the match/post thread, "Yerli Verratti" - both standing at a whopping 5 foot 5 inches. Yes I agree his height is a disadvantage but it's not like he is skinny and fragile. He's got a little bit of meat/muscle to him. If he can keep working at that, the only thing that matters next is how he distributes the ball and his positioning. He didn't do much in the 10 or so minutes he played but we need to see more to really judge. With all our midfield injuries, I think we'll get just that. Hope he uses his time well.
  • Ozan Kabak(video) - believe we never saw Ozan play in this rotation, alongside two other CB's. He actually impressed me quite a bit playing on the side. Reminded me of Hakan Balta with how he handled many situations close to the touch-line. He did get beat by Bilal pretty bad early in the game (see video), otherwise he was cool-headed and made proper passes down the side and through the middle. Guys, I really think this kid is going to be special. He went from being young and impressive, to young, impressive, and consistent.
4. Extras
  • I found interesting that we only sent Celil to Bein for a pre-match interview. After the game Umit Davala's analysis was literally 20 something seconds and very simple. We got points we deserved, mention of Ataturk, and that's it. Very quiet, simple, not responsive to what journalists might want to ask in addition. I can see this being a common occurrence for the next few weeks after all the cezas.
  • Kayseri aren't in the best state and we shouldn't get too excited about the victory, but still, we won 3-0 with a lot of missing players, we won away, and we played convincingly.
  • We're now off for 2 weeks with the international break. It will serve us (hopefully) well - players coming back from injury, getting rest, and the team figuring out plan of action/tactics for when we return.
  • This win was very, very important. We haven't had the best luck and run of games recently. I firmly believe once our players come back from ceza/injury, and the pick-up of a solid striker next transfer window, or even another CB, we'll be in great shape. We still have 6 more league, 2 more CL games until then. Really need to push and approach it game by game
  • As u/WhiteGhosts/ mentioned in the comments, Mariano also played amazing. It's true he hasn't been his former self with his touches lately, but his creativity and ability to find through balls is still there. Displayed clearly in the 1st and 3rd goal
I may have missed somethings so feel free to add or just follow-on with what I wrote. It did take some time to write this up and I'm just one voice so things may be wrong or whatever. I'd like to do this after every game but only if there is genuine interest otherwise I probably won't.
Edit: Added Ozan's performance clip
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2013.09.10 19:23 entertainingevening Match Thread: 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying - GROUP D - Turkey vs Romania [20:00 CEST (21:00 EEST/19:00 WEST/18:00 UTC/14:00 EDT)]

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying - GROUP D - TURKEY vs ROMANIA
Kick-Off: 20:00 CEST (21:00 EEST/19:00 WEST/18:00 UTC/14:00 EDT)
Venue: Arena Națională
Capacity: 55,611
Location: Bucharest, Romania
Weather forecast: 24°C (75°F), Overcast, Humidity 57%, Rain 60%.
Referee: Svein Oddvar MOEN (Norway)
Assistant Referee 1: Kim HAGLUND (Norway)
Assistant Referee 2: Frank ANDAS (Norway)
Fourth official: Ken Henry JOHNSEN (Norway)
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Coach: Fatih Terim
Starting XI: 4-4-2
# Pos. Name Club  
1 GK Volkan Demirel Fenerbahçe 65'
7 DF Gökhan Gönül Fenerbahçe
21 DF Ömer Toprak Bayer Leverkusen
2 DF Semih Kaya Galatasaray 1'
20 DF Caner Erkin Fenerbahçe
8 MF Selçuk İnan Galatasaray
11 MF Gökhan Töre Beşiktaş 84'
5 MF Mehmet Topal Fenerbahçe
14 MF Arda Turan Atletico Madrid © 70'
17 FW Burak Yılmaz Galatasaray 22' 72'
9 FW Umut Bulut Galatasaray 90+1'
# Pos. Name Club  
10 MF Nuri Şahin Borussia Dortmund
22 MF Olcay Şahan Beşiktaş 72'
12 GK Tolga Zengin Beşiktaş
15 DF Ersan Adem Gülüm Beşiktaş 90+1'
16 MF Oğuzhan Özyakup Beşiktaş
19 FW Mustafa Pektemek Beşiktaş
6 MF Alper Potuk Fenerbahçe
9 FW Hasan Ali Kaldırım Fenerbahçe
24 MF Salih Dursun Kayserispor
12 GK Onur Recep Kıvrak Trabzonspor
4 DF Aykut Demir Trabzonspor
18 MF Hakan Çalhanoğlu Hamburger
16 FW Mevlüt Erdinç Rennes 84' 90+5'
Coach: Victor Pițurcă
Starting XI: 4-2-3-1
# Pos. Name Club  
18 GK Ciprian Tătărușanu Steaua București
6 DF Alexandru Mățel Astra Giurgiu
89 DF Răzvan Raț West Ham United 40'
53 DF Dorin Goian Asteras Tripolis
19 DF Vlad Chiricheș Tottenham Hotspur ©
13 MF Mihai Pintilii Steaua București
29 MF Gabriel Torje Espanyol 46'
28 MF Cristian Tănase Steaua București 78'
12 MF Ovidiu Hoban Petrolul Ploiești
21 FW Bogdan Stancu Gençlerbirliği
15 FW Ciprian Marica Unattached 46'
# Pos. Name Club  
83 GK Bogdan Lobonț Roma
2 GK Silviu Lung Jr. Astra Giurgiu
3 DF Dragoș Grigore Dinamo București
12 DF Valerică Găman Astra Giurgiu
11 DF Paul Papp Chievo
8 DF Srdjan Luchin Dinamo București
7 DF Iasmin Latovlevici Steaua București
20 MF Alexandru Bourceanu Steaua București
7 MF Alexandru Maxim Stuttgart 46'
4 MF Adrian Popa Steaua București 46'
10 FW Gheorghe Bucur Kuban Krasnodar 78'
18 FW Marius Alexe Sassuolo
  • Turkey current FIFA ranking: 58
  • Romania current FIFA ranking: 33
  • Romania lead current head-to-head record (13-4-7) 47 goals for & 22 against.
  • Current Group D standings
TUR FT Statistics AND
2 Goals 0
14 Shots 7
6 On Goal 2
8 Corners 4
16 Fouls 11
2 Offsides 0
3 Yellow 1
0 Red 0
51% Possession 49%
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2013.08.30 19:55 entertainingevening Match Thread: TURKISH SUPER LEAGUE - WEEK 3 - GALATASARAY vs Eskişehirspor 21:45 EEST (19:45 BST / 20:45 CEST / 14:45 EDT)

Kick-Off: 21:45 EEST (19:45 BST / 20:45 CEST / 14:45 EDT)
Venue: Eskişehir Atatürk Stadium
Capacity: 13,520
Location: Eskişehir, Turkey
Weather forecast: 17°C (63°F), Chance of rain, Humidity 79%, Rain 40%, Wind 10 mph NNW.
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (12 yellow cards in last 4 matches)
First assistant: Bahattin Duran
Second assistant: Tarik Ongun
Fourth official: Alpaslan Dedes
Match Hashtags: #ESKvGS
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Coach: Fatih Terim
Starting XI: 4-4-2
# Pos. Name Country  
1 GK Fernando Muslera Uruguay
27 DF Emmanuel Eboue Ivory Coast
5 DF Gökhan Zan Turkey 56'
26 DF Semih Kaya Turkey
22 DF Hakan Balta Turkey
10 MF Felipe Melo Brazil
50 MF Engin Baytar Turkey 46'
8 MF Selçuk İnan Turkey © 78'
10 MF Wesley Sneijder Netherlands
17 FW Burak Yılmaz Turkey 46'
11 FW Didier Drogba Ivory Coast
# Pos. Name Country  
67 GK Eray İşcan Turkey
54 DF Ceyhun Gülselam Turkey 56'
52 MF Emre Çolak Turkey
19 FW Umut Bulut Turkey
55 DF Sabri Sarıoğlu Turkey 46'
53 MF Nordin Amrabat Netherlands/Morocco 46'
23 FW Colin Kazim-Richards England/Turkey
Coach: Ertuğrul Sağlam
Starting XI: 4-4-2
# Pos. Name Country  
25 GK Ruud Boffin Belgium
88 DF Veysel Sarı Turkey 55'
30 DF Jerry Akaminko Ghana
3 DF Diego Ângelo Brazil
38 DF Tarık Çamdal Germany/Turkey 90'
4 MF Alfred N'Diaye France
10 MF Erkan Zengin Sweden/Turkey ©
18 MF Mehmet Erkut Şentürk Turkey 67'
35 MF Aytaç Kara Turkey
15 FW Diomansy Kamara Senegal
9 FW Henri Bienvenu Cameroon 67'
# Pos. Name Country  
33 GK Kayacan Erdoğan Turkey
5 DF Sezgin Coşkun Turkey
7 MF Abdulaziz Solmaz Turkey
94 MF Hasan Hüseyin Acar Turkey
17 MF Serol Demirhan Turkey 90'
60 MF Özgür Çek Turkey 67' 88'
20 FW Necati Ateş Turkey 67'
GAL FT Statistics ESES
0 Goals 0
10 Shots 5
4 On Goal 2
4 Corners 5
23 Fouls 18
2 Offsides 3
1 Yellow 2
0 Red 0
47% Possession 53%
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