Fenerbahce trounced Bursapor
4-0 to win the Turkish Cup for the first time in 29 years on
Wednesday, gaining some consolation for finishing runners-up in
the league to Galatasaray.
Just two minutes into the game in Ankara, Fenerbahce went
ahead with their first attack as captain Alex de Souza, who was
involved in all the goals, delivered a killer pass for Caner
Erkin to score with ease.
Fenerbahce racked up several more chances, including one
effort disallowed for offside, before Cristian Baroni unleashed
a fierce strike from outside the box.
Bursapor were unable to break Fenerbahce's dominance in the
second half, and Brazilian Alex crossed for Semih Senturk to
slot home a third from close range.
Senturk then turned provider for Alex to finish off a
counter-attack in the 78th minute that sealed the game.
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