Right up until the end both teams played more or less on an equal level, but in the final quarter the players from Vojvodina allowed their nerves to get the better of them. In contrast, the team from Russia was self-confident and concentrated.
They outscored the hosts 10:0 taking the score to 67:77. Furthermore, Vojvodina received several technical fouls which also hindered any comeback. All that Dynamo Moscow had to do in the final minutes was to play hard and the victory over Vojvodina was theirs.
As usual it was Milan Gurovic who was the best player for his team, however it was Branko Milisavljevic who was the most outstanding player tonight.
MVP: Branko Milisavljevic
Zvi Sherf, Head Coach, Dynamo Moscow:
"We played a very tough game in Nivi Sad. Last week we lost against Maroussi at home and this game woke us up and we played much better. We achieve almost all strategic aims in this game and we are ready for the next game at home."
Nikola Lazic, Head Coach, NIS Vojvodina:
"Dynamo deserved to win this game. We led them to lead the game, and because they are a good team, it was hard to make our way back. It was a good game, but we have to say that the referees had strange criteria."
Branko Milisavljevic, Dynamo Moscow:
"It was a very important game, because the victory of this game meant the first place of D group FEL, so we had to win it. We made a good strategic and psychological training and we won."