Sabri Sarioglu and Mevlut Erdinc scored a goal each in the second half Saturday to help
Edin Dzeko had given the visitors the lead in the 27th minute with a header, although a frustrated
Sarioglu scored from a free kick in the 51st to equalize. Erdinc then headed in the final goal in the 66th.
"It was unpleasant to concede a goal but we didn't give up and after it we fought like lions," said
Turkey, also known as the comeback king of Euro 2008, in which it was eliminated in semi-finals, now have seven points from three matches before visiting Estonia in their next qualifier on Wednesday.