(Video) Besiktas 1-2 Trabzonspor: Ex Chelsea winger scores wondergoal then sees red

Atatürk Olimpiyat stadium
Atatürk Olimpiyat stadium
Besiktas succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Trabzonspor on Saturday 22 August 2015.
The Black Sea Storm took the lead early in the first half when Yusuf Erdogan netted on 53 minutes.
Ricardo Quaresma got Besiktas back in the game with a wonder-goal. The strike did initially look like a cross but the former Chelsea man will be claiming he meant it.

Not long after the Portuguese international celebrated scoring his first home goal of the season he ended up getting sent off for a second bookable offence.
Quaresma took a free-kick without the permission of the referee to wrap up a performance that had it all from the sublime to the bizarre – a classic if not stereotypical performance from the experienced winger.
The 30-year-old enjoyed a brief stint at Chelsea in 2009 joining on 2 February 2009 from Inter but struggled for regular playing time.
Quaresma has also played for Barcelona, Porto and Sporting Lisbon.
Trabzonspor had the last laugh when Erkan Zengin netted on 84 minutes with the winning goal.
The Black Sea Storm have now won their two opening games of the season and moved into joint first place in the league standings.
Stadium: Olimpiyat
Referee: Ali Palabıyık
BEŞİKTAŞ:  Tolga Zengin, Beck, Rhodolfo, Ersan Adem Gülüm, Motta, Hutchinson, Quaresma, Oğuzhan Özyakup (min. 85 Kerim Frei), Gökhan Töre, Olcay Şahan (min. 70 Necip Uysal), Cenk Tosun (min. 63 Gomez)
Manager: Şenol Güneş
TRABZONSPOR: Onur Recep Kıvrak, Cavanda, Mustafa Yumlu, Aykut Demir, Constant, Mbia, Okay Yokuşlu (min. 74 Medjani), Yusuf Erdoğan (min. 87 Salih Dursun), Özer Hurmacı (min. 74 Sefa Yılmaz), Erkan Zengin, N’Doye

Manager: Shota Arveladze

Goals: min. 53 Yusuf Erdoğan, min. 84 Erkan Zengin (Trabzonspor), min. 57 Quaresma (Beşiktaş)


Red Card: min. 60 Quaresma (Beşiktaş)

Yellow Cards: min. 22 Mbia, min. 47 Erkan Zengin, min. 90 Salih Dursun (Trabzonspor), min. 24 Motta, min. 52 Beck, min. 90 Ersan Adem Gülüm (Beşiktaş)

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