Real Madrid overpowers ALBA Berlin; returns to the winning track

Facundo Campazzo Real Madrid
Photo: Real Madrid

Real Madrid endured the come-back of ALBA Berlin and earned the victory at home (85-71), snapping a three-game losing streak.

The “Whites” were in front by 14 in the first half (28-14), yet the Germans turned things around and took the lead late in the third quarter (53-55).

The Spaniards, though, took over after that and closed the game on a 32-16 run to seal the deal.

Usman Garuba, Sergio Llull and Anthony Randolph led the winners with 12 points apiece. On the other hand, Martin Hermannsson had 13 points for the losing squad.

Real Madrid improved to 3-3, whereas ALBA Berlin dropped to 1-5.