Sergio Llull remains fundamental for Real Madrid of Pablo Laso. With fewer minutes and less offensive responsibility than in the past, the Balearic player continues to be the first option through which the hottest balls of the matches pass.

Before the tough River Breogán and in front of an audience as spirited and passionate as the one that populates the stands of the Pazo dos Deportes de Lugo, the Spaniard was in charge of demonstrating that it is still lethal in short (and long) distances and chilled the spirits of a pavilion that until that moment was a boiler.

Llull threw the team on his back and with two baskets (a mid-range shot and a triple in front of an opponent) in the last minute and half closed what so far has been the most difficult victory for the undefeated Real Madrid so far this season.

Via Marca.com