BC Khimki won a place in the Final Four of the EuroCup on Wednesday, ending the dream season of Dexia Mons-Hainaut.
The Belgian club had surprised everyone with their run in the competition but in the end could not prevent the Russians from securing a 94-78 win in the decider.
Dexia Mons Hainaut remain the surprise of the EuroCup at the quarter-final stage of the competition.
The Belgian side upset the formbooks yet again on Friday night, beating Russian side BC Khimki to extend the best of three series to a deciding game next week.
Dexia Mons-Hainaut have lived a dream all season in the EuroCup by staying alive in a competition most expected them to exit after the first stage.
The fans and the players of the Belgian club are still dreaming after a 79-73 home triumph over Russian high-fliers BC Khimki.
Dexia Mons-Hainaut have played the role of the underdog throughout this year's FIBA EuroCup and now aim to make BC Khimki their next scalp.
Few expected the Belgians to do much in this year's competition having failed to make it beyond the qualifying round in the last two seasons.
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President: Ronald Gobert
Manager: Thierry Wilquin