Nigerian duo of Emem Eduok and Kenneth Omerou found the back of the net as Kasimpasa edged Konyaspor 2-1 on Sunday.
Former Dolphins FC striker Eduok scored his fourth league goal of the season and his second in as many games.
He latched unto Neumayr pass and gave Kasimpasa the lead in the 12th minute of the game.
Second half substitute Amir Hadziahmetovic who came on for Musa Araz in the 55th, immediately equalized a minute later for Konyaspor.
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Nigerian forward Imoh Ezekiel then came on in the 82nd minute for Konyaspor who piled the pressure on their host while in search of the match winner.
But Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo who is on loan from Chelsea had the last word as he scored the second goal for Kasimpasa one minute into added time, a goal that turned out to be the match winner.
Eduok was subbed off in the 93rd minute for Kasimpasa while another Nigerian striker Peter Eze failed to make it off the bench for the visitors.
The win takes Kasimpasa to 10th on the Turkish Super league table after 13 matches while Konyaspor stay in 15th position.