Abuja - John Utaka's goal was not enough for Sivasspor as they lost 4-3 away to Bursaspor in a Turkish Super Lig game played on Sunday.
Utaka opened scoring for visiting Sivasspor in the 3rd minute, but a 9th minute goal from Fernandao gave levelled the scored for the hosts, before Sener Ozbayrakli's goal two minutes later put Bursaspor in the lead for the first time in the game.
Two quick goals from Burhan Eser in the 34th and 36th minutes helped Sivasspor regained their lead, before Fernandao scored three minutes later to to equalize for the hosts as both teams went into the break on level terms.
Fernandao scored in the 69th minute to complete his hat-trick and ultimately seal a valuable home win for Bursaspor who climbed up to sixth place on the Super Lig table.
Utaka has now scored three goals in his last two matches for Roberto Carlos' team.
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