Trabzonspor won its first game under its new coach, Abdullah Avcı, 1-0 against Erzurumspor in the Turkish Süper Lig on Nov. 22, ending a five-game winless streak.
Caleb Ekuban scored the only goal of the game in the first half to end the home team's poor form in the league.
With the win, Trabzonspor increased its total points to nine, while Erzurumspor remained in eight points.
One player and a technical staff member at Fenerbahçe tested positive for COVID-19, the Super Lig club announced on Aug. 13.
The Turkish club said treatment began for those infected.
The team did not disclose the identities of the infected but said they have been isolated at home.
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Defending champion Galatasaray made a nightmare return to the Turkish Süper Lig on June 14, losing 2-0 to Rizespor in an away match, while goalkeeper Fernando Muslera suffered a heavy injury, dealing a major blow to the Istanbul club's title chances.
The Uruguay international was injured in the 15th minute and was hospitalized after fracturing his tibia and fibula.
The Turkish Football Federation announced on May 28 that the top-tier Super Lig games will resume on June 12.
The federation said that all preparations were completed after the decision to restart the matches on June 12 was taken "with a joint agreement and request of the federation and 18 Super Lig clubs" to complete the remaining part
of the season.