Why did the invasion of the Ottoman Turks into Europe in the 14th century not provoke the same successful counter-crusades

Why did the invasion of the Ottoman Turks into Europe in the 14th century not provoke the same successful counter-crusades as the onslaught of the Seljuk Turks against Byzantium in the 11th century?

By the time the crusaders arrived in Palestine, the state of the Seljuk sultans was split and mired in strife. The state of the Ottoman sultans did not know civil wars, so the Europeans began to defeat it only in the 18th century, when they surpassed the Ottoman Turks in military technology and army organization.

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