Real Madrid came back from a 15-point deficit (28-13) and beat Olimpia Milano on the road to remain perfect in the EuroLeague (2-0).

The defending champions were down by nine at halftime (50-41), but outscored their opponents 14-26 in the third quarter to take the lead (64-67).

The Italians remained competitive until the end (80-81), yet some big three-pointers from Facundo Campazzo helped the “Whites” edge their opponents (85-91).

Anthony Randolph was unstoppable with 25 points and 11 rebounds, with Campazzo adding 21 and seven assists. Walter Tavares contributed 12 points and seven boards for the winners.

On the other hand, Mike James had 21 points and seven assists for Olimpia Milano, which suffered its first loss in the league. Vladimir Micov also scored 20 for the hosts.