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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Nerrazuri Kings of Europe. Inter 2 - Bayern 0.

Milito celebrates 1st of two goals

Inter Milan completed their treble by beating Bayern Munich 2 - 0 at the Santiago Bernabeau in the Champions League final last night. A brace from Argentinian hitman, Diego Milito settled the match which was entertaining as two different game plans were on display. The Italians sticked to a tight defense and strike with quick lightning counter attacks, while the Germans probed and showed slick passing.

Arjen Robben was took out from the match by cynical tackles by the Inter players and were unable to influence the game. Ivica Olic almost put the Bavarians a goal up when he had sight on goal but shot wide after some pressure from former Bayern defender, Lucio. After that, the game see sawed with Bayern doing most of the probing.

But against the run of play, Milito struck through one route football. Cesar punted upfield, headed down by Milito to Sneijder, who then passed to Milito to slot home pass Butt. 1-0 Inter.

The second half started of by Mourinho letting Bayern wait for them to come out for almost 10 minutes. Gamesmanship again from the Portuguese.

The game continues from the first half, with Bayern probing but unable to get any leeway. Inter stuck to their play and sealed off the game with another Milito goal. Receiving a pass from SamuelEto'o, Militon turn a Bayern defender before slotting it in. 2 - 0. Game. Set. Match. Glory for the Nerrazuri.

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