Kasimpasa beat Antalyaspor 2-1 at home to move into 6th place in the Super League on 37 points.
The Istanbul minnows had to wait until the 78th minute for Hakan Arslan to give them the lead and he went onto bag a brace just eight minutes later.
Omer Sismanoglu did score a late goal for the away side but it proved to be nothing more than a consolation goal.
Just when it looked like things could not get any worse for Antalyaspor Danilo was sent off after the final whistle for sarcastically applauding the referee.
On-loan Chelsea defender Kenneth Omeruo started for the home side and put on yet another solid defensive performance.
KASIMPAŞA: 2 – 1 ANTALYASPOR
Stadium: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Referee: Ümit Öztürk, Gökhan Memişoğlu, Osman Gökhan Bilir
Kasimpasa: Isaksson, Veysel Sarı, Omeruo, Titi, Veigneau, Abdullah Durak, Pavelka (min. 56 Hakan Arslan), Tunay Torun (min. 74 Adem Büyük), Scarione, Koita (min. 60 Del Valle), Eren Derdiyok.
Manager: Rıza Çalımbay
Antalyaspor: Mbolhi, Inkoom, Celustka, Diego, Motta, Emrah Başsan (Dk. 63 Ömer Şişmanoğlu), Yekta Kurtuluş, Charles Fernando (min. 87 Lazarevic), Serdar Özkan (min. 79 Sakıb Aytaç), Danilo, Eto’o.
Manager: Jose Morais
Goals: min. 78 & 86 Hakan Arslan (Kasımpaşa), min. 90+3 Ömer Şişmanoğlu (Antalyaspor)
Red Cards: min. 75 Inkoom, Danilo (Antalyaspor)
Yellow Cards: min. 24 Abdullah Durak, min. 90+1 Veigneau (Kasımpaşa)