The match witnessed the entry of Egyptian striker Mostafa Mohamed as a substitute between the two halves.
The loss froze Galatasaray’s balance at 8 points, in eighth place, while Alanyaspor jumped to seventh place with nine points.
Fatih Tarim, the technical director of Galatasaray, continued not to rely on Mustafa Muhammad as a key player.
And between the two halves, Emperor Tarim made 3 changes at once, including Mustafa Mohamed and Algerian Sofiane Feghouli.
And Mustafa Mohamed created an immediate danger seconds after the start of the second half, hitting a ball from outside the penalty area that passed just above the crossbar.
Mohamed returned in the 59th minute and headed in after Patrick van Anholt’s cross, but it passed over the crossbar.
The danger continued from the Egyptian striker, who received a new cross in the 67th minute from Feghouli this time, but his header shot past the post.
Hurricane headers continued in the 83rd minute after Alexandro Cicalados cross, but Mostafa Mohamed was unable to hit the goal as well.
The shock came in the 87th minute when Portuguese Daniel Canadias scored a fatal goal for the visitors.
Galatasaray did not give up, and Mustafa Mohamed tried to equalize in the 89th minute, but his right-footed shot was not accurate and passed over the crossbar.
Mostafa Mohamed is still looking for his first goal with his team Galatasaray this season, as he only scored in the Egyptian national team shirt against Gabon.