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(L-R) Alper Potuk of Fenerbahce, Hakan Kadir Balta of Galatasaray, Robin van Persie of Fenerbahce, Olcan Adin of Galatasaray, Luis Carlos Almeida da Cunha (Nani) of Fenerbahce during the Super Lig match between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce on April 13, 2016 at the Turk Telekom Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

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