Bar some really small ones, Massimo Busacca made no mistakes. There isn't much more to say about his performance in this match.
Maybe he talks too much to the players, he seems to be a bit emotional as well. Maybe it's all an act, I don't know, but he has this very angry face to warn players and than, a minute later, he shows them that wonderful smile he has. Not unlike a young Al Pacino. He did a lot of warning in the first half, but because it seemed as if he didn't want to book anyone (yet) the players didn't take his warning really seriously. This was until the second half when he started booking players and didn't allow as much as in the first. A lot of referees do that, and I think it went well this time.
Turkish and Belgian hooloigans started throwing thing at each other and a group even tried to enter the field. Busacca had to stop the match for about 6 minutes. An Anderlecht player, Lucas Biglia, went to talk to them and actually managed to send them back. Since Anderlecht had no chance of winning this match or even score a goal, Busacca wisely decided to add only 3 minutes stoppage time.
Another team without any good forwards to speak of against a bunch of Turks, Brazilians and former Brazilians and a Chumpa Chops salesman.