Not that much of a surprise, is it? The final matchup itself was a surprise, since in the beginning everybody thought it would be Panathinaikos and CSKA. Even though a Moscow victory was the expected final outcome, they still had to get there and live up to the hype (Panathinaikos did not, CSKA did): kind of the mentality that Messina brings with him.
Just for the record: The final score was 77-91, with Trajan “hardcore DUKE” Langdon winning the MVP award. Yes, he deserved it, since he was shooting like a machine in the first three quarters, while Siskauskas had his worst game of the whole Euroleague season.
Here are some pictures of the final game as well as Moscow celebrating: