Hatayspor come from behind to beat Galatasaray 4-2 in Turkish Super Lig
Galatasaray manager Domenec Torrent's 1st game as in charge ends in defeat
Atakas Hatayspor sealed a 4-2 comeback win against Galatasaray in a hard-fought Turkish Super Lig match on Sunday.
Emre Kilinc gave Galatasaray a 1-0 lead at the New Hatay Stadium in Antakya, Turkiye.
The Lions failed to double the lead when Patrick van Aanholt missed the penalty.
But Hatayspor did not miss the penalty spot and Mame Diouf scored the equalizer.
Before the first half ended, Kerem Akturkoglu scored a remarkable free-kick to put Galatasaray ahead again.
Hatayspor took the control from the beginning of the second half and Mohammed Kamara found the net to level the score.
Galatasaray were reduced to 10 men when Taylan Antalyali was given a straight red card for headbutting Ruben Riberio in the 82nd minute.
The home side completed the comeback victory after Saba Lobzhanidz scored twice on the counterattacks.
While it was Galatasaray manager Domenec Torrent's first game as in charge, Hatayspor jumped to the third place with 35 points.