I still remember this match (and my memory for football matches is rather bad). This was a really difficult one and Frank was at his best. The Swiss had won the first leg of the World Cup play-offs 2-0 so the Turks had to win with a three goal difference. Hard, but not impossible until Switzerland got a penalty after 27 seconds.
According to Frank de Bleeckere:
One of the most important matches of his career. TV cameras and newspaper journalist were waiting for the Belgians at the airport baggage carousel. 50.000 Turks yelling and whistling made it impossible to hear the Swiss hymn. The Turkish players were diving and complaining, every second was a battle, the fans threw things on the field. Frank describes it as if he was in a cocoon: not bothered by the aggression and tension, just concentrating on the match.
The turks couldn't score the necessary last goal, knowing they'd qualified, the Swiss didn't celebrate but fled to their dressing room. Oddly enough the Turks also ran off the field. Fights broke out inside the corridor.
One Turkish player, Serhat Akin, then player for Anderlecht, visited the Belgian officials to congratulate them with the match.