A Great Goal From Arda Güler Gives Turkey the Victory Against Georgia

Arda Güler
Arda Güler (Credit: Getty Images)

A piece of genius from Real Madrid‘s Arda Güler gave Turkey its first victory in the Euro Cup. Although later in stoppage time, with Georgia desperate and Mamardashvili in the Turkish area, Aktukoglu scored the third goal, it was the spark of a different footballer that caused the Turkish outburst. Güler was the youngest to score a goal in his debut in the continental tournament, at 19 years and 114 days old, surpassing the previous record of Cristiano Ronaldo, who was fourteen days older when he scored the first in a long list.

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But the Turkish team did not have it easy despite the result, because Georgia responded with integrity, and in the play prior to the last goal, they were able to score twice, with a shot to the post first and Davitashvili’s subsequent shot that Akaydin headed home. when he sneaked in; or two minutes before. Mikitaudze forgave one meter from the goal.

A torrential rain flooded part of the stands and was one step away from suspending the game; two hot fans like those of Boca and River, fought in the stands until the German Police and an Argentine referee intervened. What could go wrong? Well, on the contrary, everything turned out well. More than good. Even the referee, who was superlative. Turkey and Georgia played one of the most interesting matches that have been played so far in the championship, and which the Turks won, although the Georgians could have done so, who form a brave group, perhaps a bit weak at the back, but who He doesn’t mind attacking. When they did, quite often, the structures of the Turkish team shook.

It was these who began to take the pulse of the match, in two corner kicks that Bardakci finished off, beating the Georgian defenders. On the next Turkish attack, Ayhan shot from the edge of the area and the ball, subsequently hitting the post, sailed across the goal line before being cleared by the defense. It seemed that Turkey was much superior, but then Georgia began to wake up with a shot from Mekvabishvili that was poisoned when it touched a defender, although Gulok was attentive to send it for a corner.

The game began to go from one side to the other until Turkey scored, after a ball hanging into the area, the protective clearance with a header, and the appearance of Müldür, who grabbed a spectacular volley that slipped into the corner of Mamardashvili’s goal. In the midst of Turkish euphoria, another action also ended up in the net, but the VAR detected that the tip of the finisher’s boot was in front of the last defender.

The Turkish souffle deflated somewhat and Georgia went for the tie. He achieved it after half an hour, after a dribble in the area by Kochorashvili, who left the ball to Mikautadze, who pushed it into the goal. Shortly after, a volley shot by the scorer went just wide, in an entertaining and interesting festival of football by the two teams, which after the break, under the torrential rain, continued at it, until Burn Güler invented his marvel to break the tie.

And in the remainder of the match, Turkey scored a goal, in an open field action with the eleven Georgian players desperately trying to finish off the last corner, but the chances, especially for the losers, followed one another.

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