Fenerbahçe Beko, who started the fight well in the Peace and Friendship Sports Hall in the capital Athens, was ahead 20-11 in the first quarter, and entered the locker room 43-27.
FENERBAHÇE DOES NOT GIVE A CHANCE
Continuing its superior game in the second half, the yellow-navy team won the match 76-71, which was ahead 58-49 in the third quarter.
THE MOST SCORE VESELY
Jan Vesely, who scored 18 points in Fenerbahçe Beko, became the top scorer of the match.
With this result, the yellow-dark blue achieved their 19th victory in the THY Europa League. Olympiakos, whose three-game winning streak ended, took his 17th defeat.