Ghana forward Kevin Prince Boateng has dedicated Besiktas victory over Alanyaspor to fallen Turkish soldier in Syria.
The 32-year old came off the bench to help the Black and White Eagles to a 2-1 win at the Bahcesehir Okullari Arena.
Boateng replaced Jeremain Lens after 62 minutes with his side a goal down, as he inspired Besiktas to a comeback victory.
"Well done mates," he posted on Twitter after the game. "We strongly believed to win tonight!. Our thoughts are for all the Turkish soldiers victims in Syria, my deepest condolences," he added.
The on-loan Fiorentina attacker is enjoying a good start to his career in Turkey after netting twice in his first four games.
His impressive displays has forced the club to begin negotiations over a permanent deal.
And according to Turkish sports portal Fotomac, Besiktas are proposing a two year permanent deal with the Ghanaian.
Well done mates ?? We strongly believed to win tonight! ???? Our thoughts are for all the turkish soldiers victims in Syria, my deepest condolences ???????????????? #AALvBJK @Besiktas #Deligibiseverim #Mehmetçi?inYan?nday?z pic.twitter.com/AdWKqe88kv— Kevin-Prince Boateng (@KPBofficial) February 28, 2020