Serbia beat Georgia to book quarter final spot

In a commanding display of skill and determination, Serbia secured their place in the quarterfinals of the EuroCup with a resounding 4-1 victory over Georgia in the last 16 stage. Led by an impressive hat-trick from I. Jelic, Serbia showcased their attacking prowess and defensive solidity to set up a tantalizing clash against Croatia.

The match got off to a blistering start for Serbia, with I. Jelic opening the scoring in the 4th minute, setting the tone for what would be a dominant performance. Serbia continued to assert their dominance, with D. Damjonovic doubling their lead in the 17th minute, leaving Georgia reeling.

Serbia’s relentless attacking pressure paid dividends once again as I. Jelic added a third goal in the 19th minute, then completing his hat-trick in the 35th minute and putting the game out of reach for Georgia. Despite their best efforts, Georgia found themselves unable to contain Serbia’s offensive onslaught.

In a late consolation effort, Georgia managed to pull one back through G. Jinikashvili in the 41st minute, but it proved to be too little, too late to mount a comeback against the dominant Serbian side.

As the final whistle blew, Serbia celebrated a comprehensive 4-1 victory, booking their spot in the quarterfinals with confidence and momentum on their side. Meanwhile, Georgia exits the tournament with heads held high, having shown resilience and determination throughout their campaign.

With their quarterfinal matchup against Croatia looming on the horizon, Serbia will now turn their focus to the next challenge as they continue their quest for EuroCup glory.