In the 34th week of the Super League, Sivasspor, coached by Rıza Çalımbay, and İlhan Palut’s team Konyaspor shared their trump card. Sivasspor beat Konyaspor 3-1 at home. With this result, Sivasspor increased the streak of not losing in the league to 11 matches. The Central Anatolia team will also play with Fenerbahçe, Beşiktaş and Başakşehir in the remaining weeks.
Sivasspor defeated Konyaspor with a score of 3-1 in the match played in the new 4 Eylül Stadium. Sivasspor went ahead with the goal of Mustapha Yatabare in the 27th minute. In the 45th minute, Max Gradel sent the ball from the top auta to the penalty kick. Konyaspor caught the tie with Zymer Bytyqi in 54. In the 68th minute, Kayode brought Sivasspor to the upper hand again. Robin Yalçın, who was in charge of the ball in the penalty won in the 87th minute, determined the score.
On the other hand, in Sivasspor, Hakan Arslan left his team with 10 people after the red card he saw in the 80th minute.
Following this result, Sivasspor achieved an unbeaten streak of 11 matches and reached 47 points. Konyaspor, on the other hand, lost 40 points after 4 weeks.
In the next week of the league, Sivasspor will go to Gençlerbirliği away. Konyaspor will also host Kayserispor on its field. There are also Fenerbahçe, Beşiktaş and Başakşehir matches in Sivas’s remaining fixture.