Leke James made a triumphant return from injury for his Turkish club, Sivasspor with a brace in the 4-3 defeat to Fatih Karamguruk in the Turkish Super League on Saturday.
The striker who has been out of action for few months due to injury came off the bench to score two goals for his club.
Caicedo opened the scoring for Sivasspor just before the half-hour mark before Diagne restored parity for Karamguruk on the stroke of halftime.
Diagne scored his second goal in the 53rd minute before completing his hat-trick in the 80th minute.
Ozdoev added the fourth goal Fatih Karamguruk to set them on their way to a comfortable victory before Leke James halved the deficit.
The 30-year-old came off the bench in the 82nd minute, he scored his first goal in the 91st minute before adding the second five minutes later to make the scoreline respectable for Sivasspor.
Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa came off the bench for Sivasspor in the 90th-minute.
Sivasspor occupy the 13th position on the Turkish league log, while Fatih Karamguruk remain in 8th.