The Spaniards are back in the semifinals. A two-point shootout for the Slovene

Germany was one of the most amazing surprises in the championship, in the eighth round defending champion of bronze France, but Spain was over his strength.The Germans stayed in the game until the middle of the third quarter, at 48:45.

But the rest of the quarter won the Spaniards 20: 5, with 14 points from this line given by Marc Gasol, with 28 points the best matchmaker.

Pivotman Memphis v. Germany confirmed his improvement in shooting from a distance when he turned four of the six Trojan attempts, joined them with 10 rebounds and four assists.

Dennis Schröder, the author of 27 points and eight assists, shone again in the German jersey.

Spain was in the last place guarding the lead and allowing the young German selection to be at least repaired.

The Spaniards managed the tenth quarterfinals on the European Championship in a row. The last failed in 1997 against Russia.On the contrary, Germany lost the chance to advance to the semifinals after twelve years.

A great shooting performance, a few turns, nervousness and drama offered a second Tuesday duel, after which the Slovenes could enjoy the 103: 97 win over Latvia.

At the beginning of the last quarter, the Slovenians have already scored 12 points, but Kristaps Porzingis and Davis Bertans have shown a fighter ride and nearly skidded.

But your opponent could have leveled at the key moment star Luke Doncic.Madrid’s eighteen-year-old Real Madrid defector has kept the lead and along with Goran Dragic’s main support, Slovenia has won Slovenia.

The total of the Baltic was not even the best individual shooting performance of this championship, which was taken care of by Porzingis 34 points, Davis Bertans added 23 points and his older brother Dairis added 12 points and six assists. > The Slovenian team rightly relied on Dragger’s individual spells (26 points, eight assists and six rebounds) with Dončić (27 points and nine rebounds), joined by Anthony Randolph with 16 points and nine rebounds, and inconspicuous but reliable Klemen Prepelič as author 17 points (penalty throw 12/12).Underworld veteran Gašper Vidmar blinked four blocks.