(ABSTRACT) Bayern Munich – Fenerbahçe Beko match result: 68-77
In the 32nd week of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, Fenerbahçe Beko defeated Bayern Munich 77-68 on the road. Yellow Lacivertliler, who lost the first match 75-71, both achieved the double average and made his name in the quarter finals like Anadolu Efes. Both Turkish teams are in the quarterfinals of the Euroleague.
Fenerbahçe Beko was a guest to Bayern Munich in the 32nd week match of Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. 68-77 Fenerbahçe Beko got the 20th victory in the EuroLeague and secured the play-off 2 weeks before the end of the regular season.
Nando De Colo was the scorer of the game with 21 points; Marko Guduric made a significant contribution to the victory with 18 and Jan Vesely with 15 points.
Our representative started the match with five, Nando De Colo, Melih Mahmutoğlu, Marko Guduric, Jan Vesely, Ahmet Düverioğlu.
In the first 5 minutes of the first period, TKanarya, who could not perform as he wanted on offense, dropped 7 points back in this section, bringing the score to 10-7 with the baskets of Melih Mahmutoğlu and Vesely and passed the television timeout with this score. Fenerbahçe Beko, who took the lead with Dyshawn Pierre after the time-outs of Guduric and Nando De Colo, finished the period ahead 15-18.
In the second period, which started with Kyle O’Quinn’s basket, after tying 20-20, coach Kokoskov received a timeout. In the game, which continued with mutual numbers after the time-out, hard and physical contacts were high, the dressing room was reached with a score of 34-35.
Fenerbahçe Beko started the second half with a hard defense, and at the end of the first part of the third period, he gears up with Guduric and Vesely in the attack and made his opponent take a break (39-45). Defending the painted area very well in the following section, Beşiktaş increased the difference to double digits with 1:30 before the end of the third period with Guduric’s baskets: 42-52. The third period was completed with the advantage of 44-53 Fenerbahçe Beko.
Starting the fourth quarter with Marko Guduric’s three-pointer, the yellow laciverts gave his opponent an early time out: 44-56. Returning from the timeout with a three pointer, the home team reduced the difference to 6 points, this time a time out came from coach Kokoskov: 52-58. Continuing his effective game in the remaining part and maintaining the scoring advantage, Kokoskov’s students defeated his opponent 68-77.
1st Quarter: 15-18
2nd Quarter: 19-17
3rd Quarter: 10-18
4th Quarter: 24-24