November 20, 2019

Fenerbahce Beko 90 – 82 Bayern Munchen

90 - 82
Full Time


Date Time League Season Match Day TV
November 8, 2019 20:45 Euroleague 2019 - 2020 Round 7 BeinSports


Fenerbahce Beko1822212990Win
FC Bayern Munchen1524232082Loss


Fenerbahce Beko

10Melih Mahmutoğlu21:46141001145000003
12Nikola Kalinic30:00105001122220222
16Kostas Sloukas25:10133104713220133
19Nando De Colo21:15124013313331100
21Derrick Williams24:44192103326781211
24Jan Vesely25:0383214700004313
35Ali Muhammed17:2331000014000202
44Ahmet Düverioğlu14:5722001200000204
70Luigi Datome10:4952211211000214
77Joffrey Lauvergne8:5341002400000110

Assistant Coach: Vladimir Androic
Head Coach: Zeljko Obradovic

FC Bayern Munchen


Fenerbahce downs Bayern at home

Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul bounced back from recent losses by downing FC Bayern Munich 90-82 at home on Friday. Fenerbahce improved to 2-5 in the standings while Bayern dropped to 3-4. Derrick Williams led the winners with 19 points. Melih Mahmutoglu added 14, Kostas Sloukas had 13, Nando De Colo 12 and Nikola Kalinic 10 for Fenerbahce. Greg Monroe led Bayern with 19 points. Vladimir Lucic added 14, Petteri Koponen and Maodo Lo each had 11 while Paul Zipser got 10 for the guests. Koponen and Monroe led a 0-9 run which allowed Bayern to get an early 7-11 lead. Williams and De Colo stepped up to put Fenerbahce ahead, 18-15, after 10 minutes. Zipser took over in the second quarter, getting help from Lucic and Lo to keep Bayern within 40-39 at halftime. Three-pointers by Koponen, Alex King, Lo and Zipser allowed Bayern to take the lead, 61-62, after 30 minutes. Jan Vesely, Williams and especially Mahmutoglou stepped up in crunch time, as Fenerbahce got a 85-73 margin and never looked back. Vesely got Fenerbahce going with a layup and a floater for 4-0 lead. De Colo bettered Lucic’s layup with a three-point play but Koponen hit a jumper and Monroe scored twice in the paint to give Bayern its first lead, 7-8. Koponen capped a 0-9 run with a bomb from downtown but Fenerbahce found a go-to guy in Williams, who quickly tied it at 11-11. Lo hit a jumper but a jump hook by Ahmet Duverioglu and a triple by De Colo made Bayern call timeout at 16-14. Joffrey Lauvergne scored down low for a 18-15 Fenerbahce lead after 10 minutes. Lucic struck from beyond the arc early in the second quarter. Leon Radosevic added a put-back layup which Zipser followed with a three-point play for a 20-23 Bayern edge. Sloukas buried an off-balance jumper and Mahmutoglou buried back-to-back three-pointers to make the hosts regain the lead. Zipser and Lauvergne traded baskets and a triple by Lo tied it again, 30-30. Luigi Datome answered from downtown and Sloukas added a jumper but Lucic and Monroe answered for a 35-35 tie. Williams followed a jumper with a three-point but Lucic and Danilo Barthel kept Bayern within 40-39 at halftime. Monroe and Lucic each scored around the basket for a 40-43 Bayern lead soon after the break. De Colo and Lo exchanged layups and a dunk by Williams gave the hosts hope at 44-45. Koponen silenced the crowd with a triple but Kalinic answered from downtown and Williams put Fenerbahce ahead, 49-48. Lo and King also joined the three-point shootout to make the hosts stop the game at 53-54. Diego Flaccadori scored in penetration, then King and Zipser each buried a triple but Williams and Sloukas kept Fenerbahce within 61-62 after 30 minutes. Vesely dunked early in the fourth quarter and a three-pointer by Sloukas made Bayern call timeout at 66-62. Kalinic capped a 9-0 Fenerbahce run with a power layup and Datome added a jumper for a 70-64 lead with 7 minutes left. Vesely hit a jumper, getting help from Mahmutoglou and Williams to keep the hosts way ahead, 76-68. A three-pointer by Mahmutoglu broke the game open, 79-68, with over 4 minutes left. Ali Muhammed and Mahmutoglu insisted from downtown to make sure Fenerbahce cruised to a well-deserved win.

Pivotal performer

Derrick Williams had an outstanding performance against his former team, allowing Fenerbahce to win the game. He finished the game with 19 points on 3-of-3 two-point shots, 2-of-6 from downtown and 7-of-8 free throws, adding 3 rebounds, 2 assists, a steal and 5 fouls drawn for a PIR of 23.

Game-changing moment

Bayern led 59-62 late in the third quarter but Fenerbahce gave its best when it mattered. Kostas Sloukas swished a jumper and followed Jan Vesely’s dunk with a three-pointer. Nikola Kalinic added a power layup and Gigi Datome and Kalinic added one jumper apiece in a 13-2 run that gave Fenerbahce the lead for good, 72-64. All its veteran players contributed to the run – a true team effort.

Stellar stat

Fenerbahce shot the ball really well, hitting 20-of-30 shots inside the arc (66.7%) and 12-of-24 from downtown (50%). The hosts had a season-high 24 assists and limited turnovers to just 9.


Ulker Sports Arena
Barbaros Mh, Sarı Mimoza Sokağı 1/1, 34746 Ataşehir/İstanbul, Turkey


Carlos Peruga
Ioannis Foufis
Sreten Radovic

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