Ten man Kasimpasa let slip a two goal lead to draw 2-2 against Bursaspor in a Turkish League game which had four Nigerians lead by CAF 2017 African Player of the year nominee William Troost-Ekong.
Ekong was on from start to finish same as his Nigerian compatriot Mikel Agu who is on a season loan to the Turkish outfit from Portuguese giants FC Porto.
The duo failed to bail Bursaspor from a sloppy start which saw them concede twice 37 minutes into the game decided at the Recep Tayyip Erdogan Stadi, home ground of Kasimpasa.
Kasimpasa lost their way when Trezeguet was sent off with 30 minutes left to play in the game, and the sending off proved costly as their defence line lead by Chelsea loanee Kenneth Omeruo failed to hold on to their two goal lead.
Omeruo and the back line of his team failed to build on their two goal caution with Emem Eduok scoring again, the second time he has found the back of the net this season in the Turkish League.
Following the sending off Agu lead Bursaspor’s charge for a leveller and they finally got it in the final minutes of regulation time with Troost-Ekong also impressive with his abilities during set pieces in the opponent’s half.