Clean sheet for Lehmann
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lehmann played the first half of the pre-season friendly in the Bad Waltersdorf Stadium in Austria but was barely troubled by the Turkish outfit.
The match will have been a pleasant introduction for Lehmann, who ended Arsene Wenger's protracted search for a goalkeeping replacement for David Seaman.
Stuart Taylor came on for Lehmann at the interval and the encounter was settled just three minutes into the second period.
Teenage trialist Gael Clichy fed Freddie Ljungberg and the Swede turned the ball into the path of Dennis Bergkamp for the Dutchman to slide home.
Aston Villa preserved their 100 percent record on their tour of Scandinavia with a 4-2 success over Bodens BK.
The Premiership outfit were trailing but strikes from Olof Mellberg, Darius Vassell, Peter Crouch and an own goal from Destin Makumbu sealed the win.
Bolton Wanderers kicked off their brief tour of Malta with a 2-1 triumph over Birkirkara, courtesy of early goals from Jay-Jay Okocha and Youri Djorkaeff.
The veteran Frenchman was later taken to hospital, along with Nicky Hunt, as trialist Ibrahim Ba was given a run out.
Tottenham coasted to an easy victory during their tour of South Africa as they overcame Kaizer Chiefs 2-0.
Helder Postiga's shot deflected off Robbie Keane and into the back of the net after just 27 seconds and Matthew Etherington scored the second just before the interval.
Southampton's pre-season preparations suffered a setback as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat against Halmstads in Sweden.
The Saints were trailing 2-0 until Jo Tessem headed in Fabrice Fernandes's cross five minutes from time to grab a consolation.
Manchester City survived a scare against Third Division Lincoln City as they salvaged a 2-2 draw at Sincil Bank with Paul Bosvelt making his debut for Kevin Keegan's men.
Goals from Paul Mayo (penalty) and Matthew Bloomer put The Red Imps in command before Nicolas Anelka and Paulo Wanchope spared City's blushes.
Premiership new boys Wolves saw their preparations for life among the elite hit the buffers for the second time in a few days after a 2-1 reverse at Yeovil.
After a strong line-up was beaten 6-1 at Morecambe on Saturday, a similarly robust side suffered defeat to the Football League newcomers.
Paul Butler headed into his own net on 42 minutes and Kevin Gall doubled Yeovil's advantage on 62 minutes before Alex Rae grabbed a late consolation.
Swindon Town were unable to cope with the threat of a Manchester United XI, which contained a batch of the club's promising youngsters.
Eddie Johnson, Phil Bardsley, Paul Picken and David Paul scored for The Red Devils with David Duke netting Swindon's goal.
Leyton Orient were held 0-0 by a Tottenham XI which included Gary Doherty and Chris Perry while a Newcastle United XI notched a 2-0 win over Whitley Bay.
Besiktas 0-1 Arsenal
Birkirkara 1-2 Bolton
Bodens BK 2-4 Aston Villa
Halmstads 2-1 Southampton
Kaizer Chiefs 0-2 Tottenham
Leyton Orient 0-0 Tottenham XI
Lincoln City 2-2 Manchester City
Swindon Town 1-4 Manchester United XI
Whitley Bay 0-2 Newcastle United XI
Yeovil 2-1 Wolves