- Newly-crowned Turkish League champions Trabzonspor celebrated their success in an incredible way to end a fantastic campaign
- The Super Lig champions cruised on the sea in big yachts and speed boats as they celebrated their first league title wildly in 38 years
- Trabzonspor defeated Altay 2-1 in the penultimate game of the campaign in front of their fans in their final home game
Trabzonspor pulled out the best league celebrations ever after cruising wildly on the sea in jubilations following their success this season.
The Turkish Super Lig side won the league title for the first time in 38 years after beating strong competition from giants Fenerbache and Galatasaray.
In a video posted on Twitter, players, the technical team, management and fans of the club were spotted singing and chanting while enjoying the moment on the sea.
Trabzonspor became champions after their 2-2 draw against Antalyaspor with five games remaining in the campaign.
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However, they had to wait until they were handed the title in front of their fans to celebrate in sensational style.
Trabzonspor will represent Turkey in the UEFA Champions League next season after several years of coming close and failing to make it to the group stages.
Nigerian forward Anthony Nkwaeme wins 2021/22 Turkish league with Trabzonspor
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Anthony Nwakaeme has won the 2021-22 Turkish Super Lig title with Trabzonspor with three matches to spare, Soccernet.ng and Goal report.
The Nigerian international who has not featured for the Super Eagles in over three years has been an integral part of Trabzonspor’s history since joining the club four years ago.
Despite playing a 2-2 draw with Antalyaspor inside the Medical Park Stadium on Saturday, April 30, Trabzonspor won their first league title in 38 years.
Former Fenerbache star Yaw Preko believes Ronaldo will not be a threat to Ghana at the World Cup
Ex-Fenerbahçe and Black Stars attacker Yaw Preko has revealed Cristiano Ronaldo does not possess the threat he used to have some years ago and thus Ghana should not focus on the ex-Real Madrid superstar.
Preko, who played 68 times for Ghana, further explained the Black Stars should channel their attention on the dangerous men surrounding Ronaldo instead of the Manchester United attacker.
Ghana has been pitted in Group H alongside Portugal, Uruguay, and the Korea Republic with Ronaldo's Portugal tagged as favorites to qualify from the group.
Source: Sports Brief News