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Mugdat Celik Gives Away Penalty And Gets Sent Off Vs Old Club Galatasaray

Mugdat Celik Gives Away Penalty And Gets Sent Off Vs Old Club Galatasaray

Kayserispor forward Mugdat Celik had the worst game possible against former side Galatasaray - giving away a penalty and getting sent off.

Celik spent the 18/19 season with Galatasaray and lined up against them in a Turkish Super Lig clash on Monday.

Every player dreams of putting one past their old team and proving why they were wrong to let you go - but that was far from what happened.

Instead, the 30-year-old gave away a crazy handball which you can check out below, while also giving away a penalty and getting himself sent off.

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Just look at that reaction.

Mbaye Diagne scored penalty away and it looked like Celik had handed the victory to 'Cim-Bom' in a nightmare scenario.

But Gustavo Campanharo popped up to level the scores and spare his teammates blushes, with the game ending 1-1.

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Fans have had their say on the clip and they think it looks too convenient - alleging there could be match fixing going on.


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Celik has since locked his Twitter account following the game.

Topics: Football News, Football, Galatasaray, Rivalries, Weird

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