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Trabzonspor defeats Beşiktaş 2-1, strengthens top spot in Süper Lig

Trabzonspor on Nov. 6 bagged a 2-1 win against Beşiktaş in the Turkish Süper Lig week 12 game.

The Black Sea Storm found the first goal late against the Black Eagles with midfielder Abdülkadir Ömür in the 49th minute, just before the end of the first half, at the Vodafone Park in Istanbul.

Beşiktaş comeback to beat Galatasaray in derby

Beşiktaş completed a 2-1 comeback to topple city rivals Galatasaray on Oct 25's Istanbul derby in the Turkish Süper Lig.

Galatasaray's Romanian midfielder Alexandru Cicaldau scored the opener from outside the area in the 35th minute to give the 1-0 lead to the visitors at Vodafone Park.

But only four minutes later, Beşiktaş leveled the match.

Beşiktaş claims 2-1 narrow win over Sivasspor

Beşiktaş bagged a narrow win against Demir Grup Sivasspor by 2-1 at home in a Oct. 2 Turkish Süper Lig match.

In minute 32, the Black Eagles' Turkish forward Güven Yalçın scored a fantastic right-footed volley in Istanbul's Vodafone Park, following his teammate Valentin Rosier's cross from the byline.

Sivasspor goalkeeper Muammer Yıldırım did not move.

Beşiktaş beats Çaykur Rizespor to kick off Süper Lig with victory

Defending champions Beşiktaş started the 2021-2022 Turkish Süper Lig season on Aug. 13 with a 3-0 win over Çaykur Rizespor.


Beşiktaş took control of the match at the beginning, with Georges-Kevin Nkoudou scoring the early opener in the 9th minute, assisted by Kenan Karaman at Vodafone Park.

Turkish Süper Lig's 2020-21 fixtures unveiled

Turkish top-tier football league's 2020-21 fixtures were unveiled on July 13. 

The new season will kick off Aug, 13 and end May 22, 2022.

Reigning champ Beşiktaş will begin at home, Vodafone Park, hosting Çaykur Rizespor in Istanbul.

Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray will start the season with away matches against newcomers.

Study: 62 pct of Romanians dream to move to countryside, in coming years; essential condition - good Internet connection

Nearly two thirds of Romanians (62 pct) living in the urban environment could move to the countryside, in the next one or two years, but the number one condition to make this step is a good internet connection, show the results of the Vodafone Institute's Digitising Europe Pulse survey published on Wednesday.