Argentine coach Sergio Hernández made his European continental debut today at Casademont Zaragoza with a 78-75 victory over Nizhny Novgorod, from Russia, for the third round of group D of the Basketball Champions League (BCL).
The match was played at the Prince Felipe Pavilion in the city of Zaragoza, and the venue won with partials of 17-16, 33-44 and 54-55.
In Zaragoza played the Santa Fe guard Nicolás Brussino, former Atlanta Hawks and Dallas Mavericks, who was also led by “Oveja” Hernández in Peñarol de Mar del Plata.
Brussino, a member of the starting lineup, scored nine points (3/5 doubles and 1/2 triples), took an offensive rebound and two defensive rebounds, gave three assists, recovered three balls and lost two, in 21 minutes and 35 seconds on the court. .
Hernández, former DT of the Argentine national team, had already made his debut in the local tournament, with a narrow 102-103 defeat against Baxi Manresa last Sunday.