Be thankful to the terrorists that you didn't have to sit through this.
Terror warnings, a poor run of form and an odd Saturday fixture combined to spare most Ankaragücü fans from another dreadful performance.
The club had four half-decent shots on target in the first half, to İnegölspor's none. İnegölspor did manage, however, to do the horizontal equivalent of powering the ball into row Z - with a shot in front of goal going straight to a winger and being declared offside by a particularly zealous linesman.
Ankaragücü put the ball into the back of the net comfortably in the 51st minute - only to meet an offside decision from the above.
Five minutes later, İnegöl got a few chances of their own, and a beautiful AG counterattack was also declared offside.
Ankaragücü had one chance every ten minutes from then on - a breakthrough foiled by a well-timed tackle by the İnegöl keeper on the left-hand side, a great curving shot that deflected off the post, and a close-quarters encounter that led to an injury to the İnegöl keeper.
No joy for 'Gücü, on another sad day for the country in general.