Retired Ghana midfielder, Bernard Mensah won the 2020-21 Turkish Cup with giants Besiktas against Antalyaspor on Tuesday evening.
The former Kayserispor captain was a second half substitute as the Black and Whites Eagles beat their opponents by a 2-0 score line to bag their second trophy of the season.
Midfielder Josef de Souza Días from Brazil scored on the third minute of the match to put the 2020-21 Turkish Super Lig champions in the lead very early in the game.
Valentin Rosier grabbed the second goal for Besiktas on the half hour mark to propel them to the cup triumph and win their second trophy of the campaign.
Twelve minutes to full time, Mensah came on to play the last few minutes of the match as he took Atiba Hutchinson’s place on the 78th minute mark when his team was cruising to victory.
The 26-year-old Ghanaian versatile midfielder scored four goals and provided one assist in 31 matches in the Turkish Super Lig.
The former Atletico Madrid man retired temporarily from international football and has won his first career double after winning the Turkish Super Lig and Turkish Cup respectively this season.