Erdogan congratulated him Trabzonspor wins the Turkish Football Premier League title

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan congratulated Trabzonspor FC on Saturday for winning the Turkish Super League title.

Trabzonspor won the Turkish Football Super League title for the seventh time in its history after an absence of nearly 4 decades, after it drew with its guest, Antalyaspor, with two goals for the same, in the 35th round.

Trabzonspor entered the match with an attacking intention, which Andreas Cornelis translated into the lead three minutes after the start, after a ball passed by Abdelkader Omar, and the Danish striker followed it into the goal.

Trabzon missed the opportunity to double the score on more than one occasion, but the penalty came with a goal that gifted Senegalese San Nidao a equalizer for Antalyaspor in the 51st minute.

Trabzon's dreams of winning the title almost evaporated, with Antalya receiving a penalty kick in the 56th minute, but goalkeeper Ugurkan Şakir saved the Angolan Freddy's shot and kept matters under his team's control.

Only 5 minutes later, Trabzon managed to regain the lead with a second goal, which came after a series of passes that Abdul Qadir Omar ended with a ball at the top of splendor, presented to Dorokan Tokoz, who did not hesitate to put it in the net.

With the 80th minute of the match, Antalya managed to equalize again through striker Haji Rayet, who took advantage of poor coverage from the Trabzonspor defense and put the ball in the goal.

Erdogan congratulated him Trabzonspor wins the Turkish Football Premier League title  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan congratulated Trabzonspor FC on Saturday for winning the Turkish Super League title.  Trabzonspor won the Turkish Football Super League title for the seventh time in its history after an absence of nearly 4 decades, after it drew with its guest, Antalyaspor, with two goals for the same, in the 35th round.  Trabzonspor entered the match with an attacking intention, which Andreas Cornelis translated into the lead three minutes after the start, after a ball passed by Abdelkader Omar, and the Danish striker followed it into the goal.  Trabzon missed the opportunity to double the score on more than one occasion, but the penalty came with a goal that gifted Senegalese San Nidao a equalizer for Antalyaspor in the 51st minute.  Trabzon's dreams of winning the title almost evaporated, with Antalya receiving a penalty kick in the 56th minute, but goalkeeper Ugurkan Şakir saved the Angolan Freddy's shot and kept matters under his team's control.  Only 5 minutes later, Trabzon managed to regain the lead with a second goal, which came after a series of passes that Abdul Qadir Omar ended with a ball at the top of splendor, presented to Dorokan Tokoz, who did not hesitate to put it in the net.  With the 80th minute of the match, Antalya managed to equalize again through striker Haji Rayet, who took advantage of poor coverage from the Trabzonspor defense and put the ball in the goal.  With this, Trabzonspor took the lead three rounds before the end of the season, after raising its score to 77 points, 9 points ahead of its closest rival, Fenerbahce.  On the other hand, Antalyaspor raised its score to 52 points and temporarily climbed to seventh place.  Abdullah Afsi's team wrote a new history for the club, which previously won the league title 6 times, but has been absent from the podiums since 1983.   For his part, President Erdogan, in a tweet on Twitter, congratulated the team for winning the title, extending his warm congratulations to the club, its fans and all residents of the northwestern Turkish state of Trabzon.  Trabzonspor FC won the local league in 1975 and then dominated it for five more seasons, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983.


With this, Trabzonspor took the lead three rounds before the end of the season, after raising its score to 77 points, 9 points ahead of its closest rival, Fenerbahce.

On the other hand, Antalyaspor raised its score to 52 points and temporarily climbed to seventh place.

Abdullah Afsi's team wrote a new history for the club, which previously won the league title 6 times, but has been absent from the podiums since 1983.

For his part, President Erdogan, in a tweet on Twitter, congratulated the team for winning the title, extending his warm congratulations to the club, its fans and all residents of the northwestern Turkish state of Trabzon.

Trabzonspor FC won the local league in 1975 and then dominated it for five more seasons, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983.
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