|Endene Miyem was pivotal in the Bourges win that tied the series|
Bourges Basket came from six points down in the fourth quarter to beat Rivas Ecopolis and send the Round 2 series in the EuroLeague Women back to Madrid for a deciding third game.
Rivas led 58-52 with 8:22 remaining after a made jump shot by Asjha Jones Rivas but ran out of steam and fell, 68-60.
Jennifer Digbeu ignited the Bourges fightback with a three-pointer.
Ndongue next cut the gap to 58-57 with a jumper before Catherine Joens followed with a jumper just 4:48 from the end to put Bourges in front at 60-58.
Jones, one of the key players in the Rivas side this season, knotted the contest at 60-60 with a lay-up but Rivas were shut out for the final 3:53.
Celine Dumerc made one of two free-throws to put Bourges back in front and then Digbeu came up with a three-point play with 2:22 to go.
Dumerc finished the scoring with four more free-throws.
Bourges will now return to Spain looking to punch their ticket for the Final Eight with a win.
Amaya Valdemoro, who had 14 points for Rivas in the win earlier this week, didn't play on Friday.
Ndongue and Endene Miyem, a pair of France internationals in the Bourges team, each had 13 points and eight rebounds.
Essence Carson led Rivas with 21 points.