Former Nigeria international Victor Moses was very instrumental in Fenerbahce’s seventh win of the season over Sivasspor succeeding in getting an assist in the hosts’ first goal on match day 26 of the Turkish Super Lig.
The dramatic game which ended 2-1 in favour of the Yellow-Navy Blues took place at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadi on Friday night.
Two goals in the last 16 minutes of the game from Roberto Soldado and Mehmet Ekic proved decisive as the visitors paid the price for making mistakes to make it their tenth defeat of the season.
Ozer Hurmac gifted Sivasspor the lead on 73 minutes from Emre Kilinc’s assist.
On-loan Chelsea star Moses, who lasted 90 minutes was creative enough for the equaliser. His assist to Soldado in the 74th minute helped the home side level matters.
The match winner finally arrived through Mehmet Ekici in the 86th minute.
Moses has played in eight games for Fenerbahce and has scored twice.
The win brought enough relief for coach Ersun Yanal as his wards got their second win in the last five games to move to 13th on the Turkish Super Lig ladder.