World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish national football team upset their Ukrainian rivals 2-0 in a friendly game with in Ingolstadt, Germany, on Tuesday.
Stadium: Audi Sportpark
Referees: Michael Weiner, Holger Henschel, Christoph Bornhorst
Ukraine: Piatov, Kucher (min 46 Khacherdi), Garmash (min 46 Nazarenko), Aliiev (min 46 Shevchenko), Shevchuk, Rotan, Milevskyi (min 67 Seleznov), Konoplianka, Rakitskyy, Butko (min 64 Gusiev), Devich
Turkey: Mert, Semih (min 32 Omer), Egemen (min 78 Emre), Hamit, Nuri, Gokhan (min 84 Engin), Hasan Ali, Arda (min 66 Tunay), Mehmet Topal, Mustafa Pektemek (min 80 Umut), Caner (min 66 Sercan)
Scorers: min 30 Caner, min 68 Mustafa Pektemek (Turkey)
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