Coming midweek it will be time for European football again. Fenerbahçe, the opponent of Antwerp in the Europa League on Thursday, went down fighting against Trabzonspor on Sunday evening in a duel for the leading place in Turkey.
Diego Rossi (3.) had a quick dispatch, but Min-Ja was sent off with a second yellow card in minute 23. Anastasios Bakasetas (25.) improved distracted immediately and equalized with a converted eleven meter five minutes before time for the victory and the leading position. An own goal by Luiz Gustavo made it 3-1. Fenerbahçe drops to second place in the Turkish Süper Lig.
Partizan Belgrade, the next next from Ghent in the Conference League, on the verge of getting better at home against Radnik. Milos Jojic (33.) and Ricardo Gomes (73.) provided the goals. Partizan is the leader in Serbia.
Earlier on Sunday, West Ham, Thursday’s Europa League, went on to win the Premier League and Everton. A late goal by Angelo Ogbonna (74.) gave the Hammers the full booty at Goodison Park. West Ham are seventh in England.