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Galatasaray striker, Henry Onyekuru scored twice on Sunday evening to help the club ecord their first win in seven outings as they came from  behind to defeat Sivasspor 4-2 at the Turk Telekom Stadium, AOIFootball.com reports.
Desperately in search for their first win in almost two months, Galatasaray fell behind after just 9 minutes when Brazilian forward Robinho put the visitors ahead much to the frustration of the home fans.
The home team then turned the tabled around with two goals in ten minutes, first when Eren Derdiyok equalised from the penalty spot before Sofiane Feghouli put them ahead for the first time in the clash.
With the half time whistle minutes away, Robinho equalised for the visitors with his second goal of the match as both teams went into the break level.
The second half was however an Onyekuru show as the Nigerian took over the leadership to hand his side all three points.
The Everton loanee first raced on to a sweet through ball from Fernando, guiding the ball past the goalkeeper six minutes after the restart to put Galatasaray 3-2 up before firing a delightful second on the 69th minute after receiving a cut back from Eren Derdiyok.
The Nigerian was adjudged man of the match with a game rating of 8.7, completing 69% of his passes, winning six duels and also helping out in the defence by making two interceptions.

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