The crazy football wind in Türkiye’s Adana took Besiktas under its influence. Adana Demirspor aka "Blue Lightnings" achieved a historic victory in the 3rd-week postponement match in the Trendyol Super League. The home team left with a 4-2 victory over Besiktas at Adana Stadium.
Adana Demirspor scored two goals early in the match with Younes Belhanda and M'baye Niang. Younes Belhanda, who scored the first goal, changed the score with an impressive shot from distance after receiving the ball from Vincent Aboubakar. M'baye Niang scored the other goal to increase the difference to two.
In the second half, Adana's goals continued. Emre Akbaba scored his team's third goal and increased the difference to three. Adana Demirspor, who scored four goals in the match, scored four goals against Besiktas in a match for the first time in its history.
In the last part of the match, Besiktas' goals came from Vincent Aboubakar and Milot Rashica. However, these goals did not change the scoring advantage and Adana Demirspor left the field with a 4-2 victory.
With this result, Adana Demirspor increased its league points to 11. Besiktas, on the other hand, remained at 10 points and upset its fans with consecutive away defeats.
This victory of Adana Demirspor means a victory against Besiktas after 35 years. The Adana team, tactically and motivationally reflected their superiority in the match and also revealed their claim in the league.
Adana Demirspor marked the match with the goals scored by Younes Belhanda and M'baye Niang early in the half and showed a concentrated game in defense.
Besiktas, on the other hand, could not avoid losing the match even though they mitigated the effects of the defeat with the goals they found in the last part of the match.
Again, this match showed the balance and rivalry in the Trendyol Super League. While Adana Demirspor maintained its claim in the league with this win, it was an important lesson for Besiktas.
It was an unforgettable match for Adana Demirspor fans, while Besiktas fans will expect their team to perform better.