Galatasaray ace celebrates goal with policemen to honour fallen officers in Istanbul bombings

Yasin Oztekin hugged two officers after opening the scoring against Gaziantepspor on Sunday

Galatasaray winger Yasin Oztekin hugged policemen after scoring against Gaziantepspor to honour the 30 officers who died in Saturday's Istanbul bombings.

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Oztekin opened the scoring for his side after 12 minutes and ran over to two officers and celebrated with them.

A number of civilians alongside 30 officers lost their lives in two separate attacks in Istanbul in the aftermath of Besiktas' 2-1 victory over Bursaspor.

Galatasaray captain Selcuk Inan also brought an officer onto the field to honour the victims of the tragedy during the clash against Gaziantepspor.

Oztekin added a second for Galatasaray after 66 minutes, before Abdullah Elyasa Sume pulled one back for Gaziantepspor.

However, Oztekin completed his hat-trick late on as Galatasaray secured a 3-1 victory on home soil.

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