Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru scored a stoppage-time goal in Galatasaray’s 3-1 comeback victory against Fenerbahce in Sunday’s Intercontinental derby.
According tom Goal.com, Onyekuru’s strike completed the Lions’ comeback in a tense derby in Istanbul.
The stoppage-time goal was the Nigerian’s first strike for Galatasaray since his return from loan from Monaco in January.
Goals from Ryan Donk, Radamel Falcao and Onyekuru secured maximum points for Fatih Terim’s men after trailing in the first 40 minutes.
Onyekuru was in action for 90 minutes in the tense encounter which saw Morocco’s Younes Belhanda, Fenerbahce coach Ersun Yanal and midfielder Deniz Turuc sent off in the second half.
Galatasaray who have not won a game against their rivals at the Ulker Stadium since 1999, got the win as a historic one.
Galatasaray are now second in the Super Lig table, level on 45 points with third-placed SSivasspor and leaders Trabzonspor who have a game in hand.