November 14, 2019

Real Madrid 81 – 77 Fenerbahce Beko

81 - 77
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Details

Date Time League Season Match Day TV
October 3, 2019 22:00 Euroleague 2019 - 2020 Round 1 BeinSports

Results

Team1234TOutcome
Real Madrid3013211781Win
Fenerbahce Beko2121132277Loss

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Real Madrid

Min PTS AST STL BLK FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OFF DEF TO PF
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Fenerbahce Beko

# Player Min PTS AST STL BLK FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OFF DEF TO PF
9Leo Westermann7:4900000100001212
19Nando De Colo35:34222006726441272
21Derrick Williams40:00192114839244611
44Ahmet Düverioğlu2:4820001100001000
70Luigi Datome8:4601000100000102
10Melih Mahmutoğlu30:1180201423000012
12Nikola Kalinic13:57130103411440315
16Kostas Sloukas27:5155101402331022
35Ali Muhammed10:0641000100440013
91Vladimir Stimac22:5841001200222212
 Total 7712511733821192110161521

Head Coach: Zeljko Obradovic

In a battle of Turkish Airlines EuroLeague giants, Real Madrid defeated Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul 81-77 in the Spanish capital on Thursday. Jeffery Taylor led the winners with 19 points and only 1 missed shot. Anthony Randolph had 15 points, Facu Campazzo added 14 plus 8 assists and Rudy Fernandez scored 10 for Real. Nando De Colo led Fenerbahce with 22 points, Derrick Williams added 19 plus 10 rebounds and Nikola Kalinic scored 13 points for the guests. It was a back-and-forth battle; The hosts led 19-4 early, but Fenerbahce rallied late in the first half and took the lead, 43-44, soon after the break. An 11-0 run helped Real to a 64-55 margin at the end of the third quarter. A jumper by Kostas Sloukas tied the game, 73-73, but Taylor made the difference down the stretch. Ahmet Duverioglu got Fenerbahce going with a layup that Randolph bettered with a three-pointer for a 3-2 Real lead. Taylor followed consecutive layups with a triple, getting help from Edy Tavares and Campazzo to make it a double-digit game, 14-4. A red-hot Taylor struck again from downtown and dunked off a steal before Fenerbahce called its second timeout in 43 seconds. Vladimir Stimac sank a jumper and a couple of free throws and three-pointers by De Colo and Melih Mahmutoglou gave Fenerbahce hope at 26-17. Sergio Llull and Tavares helped Real keep a 30-21 lead after 10 minutes. Dunks by Jordan Mickey and Randolph restored a 34-23 Real lead early in the second quarter. Williams stepped up for Fenerbahce with a three-pointer and a power layup and De Colo scored again to bring the guests within 35-33. De Colo and Williams kept pacing Fenerbahce, but Fernandez rescued Real with 4 quick points, Mickey added a jumper and Gabriel Deck scored in the low post to keep the hosts ahead, 43-42, at halftime. A jumper by Mahmutoglou completed Fenerbahce’s comeback, 43-44, immediately after the break. Real needed a go-to guy and found one in Randolph, who stepped up with a tip-in and a couple of three-pointers in an 11-0 run that established a 54-44 lead. Mahmutoglou and Williams tried to change things for the visitors, but Taylor and Campazzo each sank one from beyond the arc to keep Los Blancos comfortably ahead, 64-55, after 30 minutes. Campazzo insisted from downtown early in the fourth quarter and soon added a layup for a 69-57 Real margin. De Colo and Williams scored around the basket and Kalinic added a three-pointer to give Fenerbahce hope at 73-68 with over 4 minutes left. Williams also struck from beyond the arc and a jumper by Sloukas tied it at 73-73. Taylor scored down low and once Campazzo and De Colo traded free throws, Taylor scored again for a 79-75 Real edge with a minute left. A layup by Deck sealed the outcome in the final seconds.

Pivotal performer

Jeffery Taylor scored three times in double digits in the entire 2018-19 EuroLeague regular season. He made the difference on this night, getting 12 of his 19 points in an opening 19-4 run. He scored a couple of layups around the basket in the final minutes to make sure Los Blancos cruised to a big win.

Game-changing moment

Fenerbahce rallied from a 15-point deficit to take the lead, 43-44, right after the break. Madrid improved its defense and found a scoring reference in Anthony Randolph, who had 8 points, including two bombs from downtown, in an 11-0 run that gave Real the lead for good, 54-44.

Stellar stat

Real Madrid took better care of the ball and that was shown in the stats. It finished the game with 23 assists, 10 steals and 14 turnovers, beating its opponent in these three categories – Fenerbahce had 12 assists, 5 steals and 15 turnovers,

Court

Wizink Center
WiZink Center, Calle de Jorge Juan, Goya, Salamanca, Madrid, Área metropolitana de Madrid y Corredor del Henares, Community of Madrid, 28001, Spain

Officials

Referee
Mehdi Difallah
Olegs Latisevs
Robert Lottermoser

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