Real Madrid must now play CSKA Moscow in the semi-finals of the Final Four, to be played at the Fernando Buesa arena in Vitoria on 17th of May at 9pm CEST. This will be the second time he two sides have met in this round of the Euroleague after last year’s final where the Whites won la Décima, Laso’s side getting to the final after beating the Russian team 83 to 92.
The two most successful clubs in Europe will do battle. Real Madrid have won ten European Cups while CSKA have won seven. The Whites got here after beating Panathinaikos in a 3-0 series win in the quarter-finals, while CSKA needed four games to beat Baskonia 3-1. The final will be played on Sunday 19th of May at 8:30pm, whilst the third-place play-off will be contested a few hours earlier, at 5:30pm.