Olanrewaju Kayode struck his fourth league goal of the season as Sivasspor secured a comeback 2-1 win at home to Altay on Sunday afternoon.
The Nigerian international ended a run of five games without a goal to equalise for the hosts in the 78th minute, 24 minutes after Martin Rodriguez had given the visitors the lead.
Ivorian forward Yatabare then came off the bench to net a stoppage-time winner that sent Sivasspor to the 40-point mark and erased any fears of relegation this term.
In Scotland, Rangers maintained the pressure on leaders Celtic with a dramatic 2-1 win at Dundee FC on Sunday.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst rested the Nigerian duo of Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun after their midweek exertions in the Europa League.
But the Dutch manager would have regretted his actions after Dundee led at halftime, thanks to Christie Elliot’s sixth-minute opener.
The champions could have levelled the scores in that half, but captain James Tavernier missed a penalty.
van Bronckhorst sent in Aribo at the interval and it did not take long for former Arsenal man Aaron Ramsey to drag the Gers back on levelled terms.
The match was heading for a draw that would have crushed Rangers’ title ambitions, but Connor Goldson produced the winner with just four minutes of regulation time left on the clock.
Balogun replaced Alfredo Morelos in the 87th minute, while Super Eagles invitee Calvin Bassey saw every minute of action.