Fenerbahce has etched its name in the annals of basketball history, clinching a EuroLeague Final Four berth after a nail-biting overtime victory against Monaco.

In a showdown filled with adrenaline and drama, Fenerbahce emerged victorious with an 80-79 triumph over Monaco in Game 5, becoming the first road team to achieve such a feat since the playoffs’ reintroduction in 2005.

Led by standout performances from Nick Calathes (14 points), Scottie Wilbekin (14 points), and Tarik Biberovic (13 points), Fenerbahce managed to overcome their opponents.

Calathes proved to be the hero of the night, delivering clutch three-pointers and pivotal defensive plays that ultimately propelled Fenerbahce to victory.

The thrilling encounter saw both teams leave everything on the court, with Monaco putting up a valiant fight led by Mike James (20 points), Donatas Motiejunas (16 points), and Elie Okobo (15 points).

Despite Monaco’s formidable challenge, Fenerbahce remained composed under pressure, executing crucial plays and maintaining their composure in the face of adversity.