Turkey's Spor Toto Super League saw seven matches over the weekend, with surprise leaders Başakşehir continuing to top the table.
Medipol Başakşehir, which started the league with four consecutive victories, took on Atiker Konyaspor on Sunday but failed to get the three points at home in Istanbul.
The league's dark horse went 1-0 up in the 77th minute thanks to striker Mehmet Batdal, but a Konyaspor goal just two minutes later left the score at 1-1.
Despite the draw, Başakşehir continued to lead the league with 17 points, as Istanbul clubs Beşiktaş and Galatasaray also have 17 points each after weekend wins.
Second-placed Beşiktaş, also defending champions, visited Kayserispor and got three points with a single goal courtesy of 27-year-old striker Ömer Şişmanoğlu, maintaining the club's position in the second spot.
Third-placed Galatasaray took on Gençlerbirliği in Ankara in an away game, where the deciding goal from Armindo Bruma gave the Lions all three points.
Galatasaray also stand at 17 points and continue to chase Başakşehir and Beşiktaş.
- Fenerbahçe continue to disappoint -
Fenerbahçe continued to disappoint their fans on Sunday, when they drew with newly-promoted Aytemiz Alanyaspor at home.
The Istanbul side took the lead thanks to midfielder Mehmet Topal in the first half but Alanyaspor found the net in the 59th minute to earn a precious point in Istanbul.
Fenerbahçe currently stand in ninth place on nine points.
The league's seventh week will end with a game on Monday evening when the bottom two teams -- Çaykur Rizespor and Antalyaspor -- will square off.
Here are the standings as of Monday 1 p.m. local time (GMT 1000):