Turkish team beat Real Madrid to secure berth for Berlin.
MADRID (AA) - Fenerbahçe knocked Real Madrid out of the basketball Euroleague on Tuesday to reach the final four of the competition for the second year in a row.
The 75-63 win in the Spanish capital followed two victories against Real in Istanbul in a best-of-five fixture.
Fenerbahçe played a solid defensive game throughout the game, limiting Real to 63 points.
The Turkish side’s Ekpe Udoh finished the game with 15 points and 12 rebounds while Bogdan Bogdanovic contributed 17 points.
Fenerbahce will travel to Berlin alongside CSKA Moscow, Laboral Kutxa and either Barcelona or Lokomotiv Kuban for the final four games between May 13 and 16.