Without supporters, Fenerbahçe does not disarm and Jesus still lurks in the lead

The Portuguese coach’s team is three points behind leader Galatasaray, despite having played one more game.

OFenerbahçe won in the trip to Kayserispor’s stronghold (1-2), this Saturday, in a game that was worth the rapprochement with the leadership and that did not have supporters of Jorge Jesus’s team in the stands, due to the Turkish government’s resignation requests after the earthquake in the region.

At an early stage of the match, Enner Valencia took advantage of a Lincoln pass to open the scoring with just six minutes of play in the lead, with a minimal advantage that remained until the break.

In the second half, Kadioglu tried his luck and ended up extending the Portuguese coach’s advantage in the match, with Kocaman still reducing in stoppage time, at 90+6′, with no time to chase the tie.

With this result, Fenerbahçe is in second place, with 51 points, three behind Galatasaray, which has one less game played. Kayserispor occupies the seventh position, with 35 points.

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