Fenerbahçe Beko was defeated 84-72 away to Greek representative Olympiacos in the fifth and final match of the Champions League quarter-finals.
With this result, Olympiacos won the series 3-2 and advanced to the Final Four. The Greek team that won the Monaco-Macabi Playtika match will face off in their first Final Four match. Fenerbahçe Beko said goodbye to the organization in the play-off stage.
Olympiacos, who scored from quick attacks at the start of the match, finished the first half with a 20-15 lead as Papanicolaou scored 10 points.
Fenerbahçe Beko, who was effective with Godoric with three consecutive baskets in the second quarter, took the lead for the first time in the match with a free throw of the Serbian player at the 16th minute: 29-31. After this episode, Olympiacos got a 15-0 series against the yellow and dark blue team that quickly recovered and lost control of the match, increasing the difference to 13 points with 29 seconds left: 44-31. The representative of Greece went into the dressing room superior 44-33.
Finding crucial baskets with Sloukas in the final section against Fenerbahçe Beko, who used the bottom of the basket well with Motley in the third period, Olympiacos entered the final quarter with a 65-52 lead.
Fenerbahçe Beko, who tried to close the gap with Godoric’s three-pointers in the fourth and final quarters, responded with Vyzenkov’s points and Olympiacos won the match 84-72.
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