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Fenerbahçe 4-1 Pendikspor

Fenerbahçe and Pendikspor faced each other in the 29th week of the Süper Lig. Fenerbahçe won the match 4-1, continuing to trail the leader Galatasaray.

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The match ended with Fenerbahçe's 4-1 superiority. Pendikspor took the lead in the 30th minute with Halil Akbunar's goal. In the second half, Mert Hakan Yandaş equalized the score in the 59th minute. In the 87th minute, Batshuayi converted a penalty awarded to Fenerbahçe. Ferdi Kadıoğlu scored his first goal of the season in the 90+4th minute. In the 90+9th minute, İrfan Can Kahveci determined the final score.

With this result, Fenerbahçe increased its points to 76, continuing to chase Galatasaray by 2 points. Pendikspor remained one place above the bottom with 26 points.

3 RED CARDS FOR PENDİKSPOR

In the 71st minute, Welinton of Pendikspor received his second yellow card and was sent off with a red card. In the 90+1st minute, Arnaud Lusamba received a yellow card for a foul and was subsequently shown a red card for applauding the referee. In the 90+6th minute, Pendikspor's coach İbrahim Üzülmez also received a red card for protesting after Fenerbahçe's third goal.

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

1′ The first whistle blew in the match.

4′ Cengiz Ünder's free-kick narrowly missed the target.

9′ Referee Kadir Sağlam warned Pendikspor goalkeeper Erdem for starting the game late.

30′ Siltaş Yapı Pendikspor took the lead. Halil Akbunar, rising well at the back post to Thiam's cross from outside the penalty area, scored with a diving header. Halil Akbunar shook Fenerbahçe's nets for the 3rd time in his career.

33′ Edin Dzeko stayed on the ground after an aerial duel. There was a cut above the Bosnian striker's eyebrow. After the medical team bandaged Dzeko's head, he continued playing.

45′ 11 minutes were added to the end of the first half.

59′ Mert Hakan Yandaş equalized with a low shot from outside the penalty area.

71′ Welinton received his second yellow card and was sent off with a red card.

87′ Batshuayi put his team ahead with a penalty kick.

90+1′ Arnaud Lusamba received a yellow card for a foul, then applauded the referee, earning a second yellow card and a red card.

90+4′ Ferdi Kadıoğlu scored his first goal of the season, putting his team two goals ahead.

90+9′ İrfan Can Kahveci scored his team's 4th goal with a shot from outside the penalty area.

THE PENALTY CAME WITH VAR

Fenerbahçe won a penalty kick in the 85th minute with a VAR decision.

In the 83rd minute of the match, İrfan Can Kahveci was fouled on the edge of the penalty area by Ndiaye, prompting referee Kadir Sağlam to award a free-kick. During the players' treatment, the VAR referee warned Kadir Sağlam, and upon this warning, Kadir Sağlam pointed to the penalty spot.

Michy Batshuayi, who took the penalty kick, found the net in the 87th minute.

MERT HAKAN IN THE SPOTLIGHT IN CRUCIAL MOMENTS

Fenerbahçe's captain Mert Hakan Yandaş has managed to score in crucial moments in recent weeks.

In the 27th week of the Süper Lig, when Fenerbahçe hosted Kasımpaşa and was 1-0 behind, Mert Hakan came on stage with a stylish goal, bringing the equalizer to his team, and Fenerbahçe left the field with a 2-1 victory.

The 29-year-old player once again scored the equalizer in this match when his team was 1-0 behind.

DZEKO RECEIVES A BLOW TO THE HEAD

Fenerbahçe's experienced striker Edin Dzeko received a blow to the head.

In the 34th minute of the match, in a side cross, Dzeko rose to the aerial ball with the defense and goalkeeper, but stayed on the ground.

The 37-year-old player, who had a cut on his eyebrow from the impact, continued playing after treatment.

2 SUBSTITUTIONS BY KARTAL IN THE FIRST HALF

Fenerbahçe's coach İsmail Kartal made 2 substitutions at halftime.

Kartal replaced Mert Müldür, who had yellow cards, with Bright Osayi-Samuel and Jayden Oosterwolde with Alexander Djiku.

PENDIKSPOR COMMITTED 17 FOULS IN THE FIRST HALF

Siltaş Yapı Pendikspor completed the first half with 17 fouls.

With 58 minutes played in the first half, due to the fouls committed, the ball could only be in play for 23 minutes and 15 seconds.

In the first half, a foul occurred approximately every 45 seconds.

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