Ghana striker, Caleb Ekuban was on the score sheet as Trabzonspor drew 1-1 with Sivasspor at home in the Turkish Super League on Monday.
The former Leeds United striker started the game where he was deployed as a supporting striker in a 4-2-3-1 formation on match day 11.
Ekuban notched home Trabzonspor’s opener just on the stroke of half time having been assisted by Abdulkadir Umur.
Back from recess, Trabzonspor were bent on holding on to their 1-0 lead which they fought to but left it late in the game to concede an equalizer.
Sivasspor reorganized and came back stronger though created a few chances.
Turkish international, Hakan Arslan pulled parity for the visitors with an assist from Guinean international, Mustapha Yatabare on the 76th minute.
The draw leaves Trabzonspor 12th with 13 points while Sivasspor remain 16th with 10 points and a game in hand.
Caleb Ekuban who has been in fine form for his side, played the entire game at the Senol Gunes Akyazi Stadyumu.
Games return next weekend with Ekuban set to make yet another impact for his side.
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