Halkbank Ankara won their 4th Turkish Super Cup with a 3-2 win over Maliye Piyango.
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Atanasijevic scores 25 points to lead Perugia to straight sets win in Pool A of the CEV Champions League.
The away matches of the 2018 CEV Men’s Champions League have ended with eight teams advancing on to the fourth round of the competition.
The third round home matches have concluded on the men’s side of the competition, with the second round of matches set to begin on December 11, 2017.
The Czech Republic bested France in four sets to move on to the quarterfinals alongside Slovenia, Bulgaria and Italy.
Serbia picked up its second win of the competition, edging Estonia in five sets and all but ensuring itself the top spot in Pool A with a 2-0 mark, while Russia seized control of Pool C at 2-0 with a sweep of Slovenia.
Finland held on for the five-set win over Estonia to open Pool A play, while Serbia made short work of Poland. A pair of sweeps highlighted Day 1 action in Pool C with wins by Russia and Slovenia.
Slovenia locked up the top of the table on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Portugal in spite of resting many of its key players.