Oğuzhan Genç wrote: He is the greatest transfer!

Beşiktaş, who managed to get 1 point in their last three league games without scoring a goal, hosted Trabzonspor, who also had bad days. The burgundy team, which was in 3rd place, just 1 point ahead of the black and white team, was also in Dolmabahçe after losing its last three games.

Beşiktaş, who ended their transfer silence by signing defender Joe Worral from Nottingham Forest before the game, have been arrested again in terms of goals. Even though Semih Kılıçsoy attempted his first shot at home with 25 minutes left, the Black and Whites were unable to find the goal. While Uğurcan Çakır wasn't even on the ground, let alone parrying, Semih appeared on the stage again. In the 44th minute, he sent the ball in front of him into the corner with a perfect forward shot and gave Beşiktaş the lead with his first accurate shot.

Beşiktaş started the second half hesitantly, but Semih had no intention of stopping. He took the ball from the middle of the opponent's field, followed the defense, stopped and increased the difference to two. With the remaining time, Trabzonspor's Trezeguet shot the ball in front of the goal, which Visca said “take it and throw” in the 75th minute, but Mert Günok could not pass it in the 89th minute.

Beşiktaş won at a time when dark clouds began to cloud the air again, leaving Trabzonspor behind and climbing to 3rd place. He won the hearts of his fans a little by boosting their morale for the coming weeks, especially for Antalyaspor's crucial game in the Turkish Cup.

Despite the victory, the game was not satisfactory, there are still flaws. Transfers other than Joe Worrall are also expected. But the biggest transfer is Semih Kılıçsoy, not only for Beşiktaş but also for Turkish football, which is lacking in strikers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *