Robin van Persie has been hit with a two-game ban for a controversial goal celebration in a recent Turkish Cup tie.
The Turkish Football Federation initially banned the ex-Manchester United star for three matches but the 33-year-old appealed the decision and has had the sanction reduced to two.
Van Persie had told the Hurriyet newspaper: "After the free-kick Oguzhan told me to retire and go play in a team for old people.
"This annoyed me and I taught him a lesson after the goal."
Ozyakup also stated that his friendship with fellow former Gunner van Persie was no longer following the unsavoury incident.
"Just one thing. I was very good friends with a certain player on the field. That changed today," he said after the match.
"Sometimes you see the real face of a footballer on the field."