Ghana midfielder Bernard Mensah was shown red card for Kasimpasa in their 3-2 defeat at home to Antalyaspor in the Turkish SuperLig on Friday evening.
Ghana international Bernard Mensah received his first booking in the 10th minute for a foul on Maicon.
The visitors took the lead in the 42nd minute through Turkish midfielder Deniz Kadah.
And just five after the recess, Mensah was given his marching orders after impeding an attacking move by the visitors.
The red card took its toll on the Kasimpasa as they conceded the second goal of the evening when Senegalese forward Souleymane Doukara scored in the 53rd minute.
Kasimpasa recovered from the mess as they pulled level through another Senegalese forward Mbaye Diagne 66th minute before quickly adding the second four minutes later.
And just as Kasimpasa were pushing for the winner, Harun Alpsoy stunned the boisterous home crowd at the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadyumu with a powerful header in the 82nd minute.
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