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Xbox 720

on Sunday, 05 February 2012. Posted in General

Well Microsoft announced that they are not going to release the Xbox720 this year so this ends the roumours.

But Microsoft great sales in 2011 may be a good way for them to make an even greater console! Even if they are not going to release it this year but in 2013 they will almost sure release it!

Xbox720 may have integrated Kinect system or this could come as an optional accessory(Microsoft might still sell this as an optional to make bigger sales).

The controllers also might be different from those from 360.

Are you excited about the new console from Microsoft? And what would you like to see at Xbox720?

Uruguay-South Koreea Just finished

on Saturday, 26 June 2010. Posted in General

A few seconds ago Uruguay - South Koreea match finished. I can't believe i got the right final score (Uruguay 2-1 South Koreea). I could win a lot of money if i was betting. Now let's see if i get the USA - Ghana score right ( i don't think i will get this one right). If i will get this one right too then i might tell myself why i didn't bet? lol

Anyways it was a match played on a bad weather. It was raining hard and Suarez scored a wonderfull goal!

Suarez Uruguay Scored Against South Koreea

Knockout stage begins and so the show begins. Let's hope the  show will keep going!

FIFA World Cup 2010 South Africa Knock Out Stage

on Saturday, 26 June 2010. Posted in General

And here we are. The FIFA World Cup 2010 Tournament reached the knock out stage. Today the first knock out matches will be played. In the first game there will be Uruguay against South Koreea and in the second game USA will meet Ghana. Who do you think will win?

My predictions: Uruguay 2-1 South Koreea

USA 0-0 Ghana (there will be extra time)

Germany-Serbia FIFA World Cup 2010

on Friday, 18 June 2010. Posted in General

I know i didn't wrote for a while but i'm writing this article now. Germany plays with Serbia in the second match of the group D. Just watching this game right now and Germany's forward Klose has been sent off. And now Serbia has scored. It will be hard for Germany to win this match but anyway the first winning it's very important for them.

Another two matches will be playing next: England - Algeria (i predict an England winning by 2 goals)

and Slovenia - USA (i predict a draw 1-1).

Till now the World Cup has been a spectacular one, poor in goals but the games were entertaining.

blackjack had joined blogs! Let's welcome him and let's hope he will have a nice blog.

blackjack's blog: http://www.igcent.com/blogs/blackjack.html

Netherlands vs Denmark

on Monday, 14 June 2010. Posted in General

The match is about to begin. The first European duel is between Netherlands and Denmark. Two pretty evenly teams but Netherlands has the first chance beacause of the valuable players and the lately results and why not because the players may feel in South Africa like they feel at home. The hole stadium is orange and one of South Africa's languages is the dutch language because they where one of the first people to colonize the Cape Town.

Denmark beat Netherlands in the 1992 European Tournament semifinals and after that they won the trophy. So Netherlands needs to win this match to revenge. It would be great for Netherlands to win this match and then win the trophy.

Netherlands vs Denmark

Who will win? We'll see.

Another day from the World Cup has gone ...

on Sunday, 13 June 2010. Posted in General

Yep. A day full of winning results. This is the first day when all the matches played ended in a winning.

In the first match Slovenia winned against Algeria 1-0. Algeria had even an red-booked player in the second half.

The second match was between Serbia and Ghana. Was a match between two equal teams. Serbia played good in the first half but after their defender had been sent off and Ghana scored from penalty the whole match was lost.

In the last match of the day Germany gived us a spectacular game, the Australian team looked like they didn't know what is happening on the field while Germans where scoring goal after goal.

4 goals and Germany surpassed Australia and they are the first for now in the group.

Tomorrow are some interesting matches: The en-titre world champions (i am very curious about how they will play) Italy will meet Paraguay (i predict an Italy winning)

Japan vs Cameroon (maybe an draw or an Cameroon winning)

Netherlands vs Denmark (Netherlands have a very powerfull team, they can even win the World Cup with it but Denmark has a good team to so i'm thinking about an Netherlands winning 1-0 or 2-0 maybe).

All the best and wait to see some even more spectacular games than the ones played till now.

... and the quiet has covered South Africa again

on Sunday, 13 June 2010. Posted in General

Now that the matches had finished the quiet covered South Africa. This tournament makes South Africa come to life and all the people seems to think about the World Cup that is being played in SA.

The matches played were pretty spectacular. I liked the very much. Argentina played very nice but they didn't played at they max possibilities. A goal was enough to win and to achieve 3 points. The next matches will be (as the statistics say) even more easy. Argentina will have to play with South Koreea and Greece.

Greece loss with 2-0 the match against South Koreea considered the most accesible match for the greeks in this group.

England and USA had a pretty spectacular game. The most spectacular part was when the goalkeeper of England droped the ball and USA scored. Is not that cool to lose because of a mistake. But this is football. The tournament goes on and we wait till the traditional trompets from South Africa will be heard again on the stadiums.

The next matches will be: Algeria vs Slovenia (i predict a draw)

Germany vs Australia (i predict a Germany winning 1-0 maybe)

and Serbia vs Ghana (i predict a draw or a Serbia winning 1 or 2 - 0).

Google got background images

on Saturday, 12 June 2010. Posted in General

Google got background images

If you have an account with Google you can costumise your background as you want.

Google background image

FIFA World Cup 2010 - Who will win the trophy?

on Friday, 11 June 2010. Posted in General

Now that the World Cup tournament has started and the first match ended as a draw we can start wondering who will win the World Cup trophy. Most of the people bet on Spain and Brasil but i would bet that Argentina/Holland/Italy maybe even Portugal. Italy even if they are the latest trophy winners nobody wants to bet on'em. Why? Because a lot of the key players are missing but so Brazil has a lot of key players missing (Ronaldinho didn't even been called by Dunga).

So who will win the World Cup? Leave a comment to let me know.

FIFA World Cup 2010 Surprises

on Friday, 11 June 2010. Posted in General

Well it seems that i must make a fresh category only for this FIFA World Cup Tournament ... Just finished watching South Africa 1-1 Mexico. It was a pretty nice game with an awesome goal scored by South Africa. In my opinion South Africa played pretty well and they have an awesome defending could they be a possible surprise for this World Cup?

Expecially at the World Cup you can see a lot of surprises. They could be much more. Let's see what Honduras will make. One of the smallest countries that are at the World Cup but they can make some pretty good mathes.

FIFA World Cup 2010 Stadiums continuation

on Friday, 11 June 2010. Posted in General

7.Free State Stadium - Mangaung/Bloemfontein

Free State Stadium - Mangaung/Bloemfontein

Home to some of the country's most fanatical group of supporters, the Free State Stadium is likely to be the centre of attention during the FIFA World Cup™. The stadium was given a plush new look for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. It hosted the memorable semi-final match between Spain and USA where the latter secured one of the biggest surprises of the tournament by sending the European champions packing in front of a capacity crowd.

The Free State Stadium was upgraded from a capacity of 38,000 to 40,911 during the refurbishments. The stadium has hosted numerous major football and rugby union matches, and Bloemfontein's natives are renowned for their passion for sport. While the former played second fiddle to the latter for decades, football's popularity explosion - aided by the emergence of Bloemfontein Celtic - is changing this. The Celtic fans are known as Siwelele, a Sotho term.

Stadium:

Free State

City:

Mangaung / Bloemfontein

Built:

1952

Construction:

medium upgrade

Completion:

2008

Gross Capacity (after upgrade):

40,9

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
10 14 June - 16:00 Group E Japan Japan Background Cameroon Cameroon
19 17 June - 16:00 Group B Greece Greece Background Nigeria Nigeria
27 20 June - 13:30 Group F Slovakia Slovakia Background Paraguay Paraguay
34 22 June - 16:00 Group A France France Background South Africa South Africa
48 25 June - 20:30 Group H Switzerland Switzerland Background Honduras Honduras
51 27 June - 16:00 Round of 16   1D - 2C  

8.Durban Stadium - Durban

Durban Stadium - Durban

The newly-built Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban will host one of the semi-finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. The ground epitomises the architectural innovation on display in South Africa and takes its design inspiration from the South African flag, with its grand arch representing the unity of this sport-loving nation. The two legs of the arch on the southern side of the stadium come together to form a single footing on the northern side, symbolising the new unity of a once-divided country.

The 62,760-seater has been specifically designed as a multi-purpose venue and an amphitheatre complete with a cable car which ascends to a viewing platform at the top of the expansive 350m arch, a staggering 106m above the pitch. From this vantage point, visitors can experience spectacular panoramic views of the nearby shoreline and the city. The roof is attached to the arch by 95mm-diameter steel cables. Each seat of the stadium is spacious and comfortable, providing a clear line of sight to the pitch.

It is a world-class and multifunctional arena located in the heart of the Kings Park Sporting Precinct. Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium will be the jewel in the crown of the Kings Park Sporting precinct. The entire area will feature additional sporting arenas and facilities as well as restaurants, shops, play areas for children and a pedestrian walkway linking the stadium complex to the beach.

The stadium was built on the site of the old Kings Park Stadium. Moses Mabhida, the ground's namesake, was born in Thornville near Pietermaritzburg on 14 October 1923 into a poor family who were later forced off their land. In 1963, Mabhida was asked by Oliver Tambo while working in Prague rallying support from the World Federation of Trade Unions, to come back to Africa to develop the ANC's armed wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK). He underwent military training and became the chief political instructor of new military recruits. He later served as the commander of MK.

Name:

Durban Stadium

City:

Durban

Construction:

new

Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity:

62,760

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
7 13 June - 20:30 Group D Germany Germany Background Australia Australia
16 16 June - 16:00 Group H Spain Spain Background Switzerland Switzerland
25 19 June - 13:30 Group E Netherlands Netherlands Background Japan Japan
35 22 June - 20:30 Group B Nigeria Nigeria Background Korea Republic Korea Republic
45 25 June - 16:00 Group G Portugal Portugal Background Brazil Brazil
53 28 June - 16:00 Round of 16   1E - 2F  
62 07 July - 20:30 Semi-finals   W59 - W60  

9.Port Elizabeth Stadium - Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth Stadium - Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, set on the shores of the North End Lake is the first football dedicated stadium in the city or surrounding areas. The stadium, one of the newly-built stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, was completed a year prior to the commencement of the world's greatest show on earth - a major milestone for the city.

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will host the match for third place, and a quarter-final amid a total of eight matches during the FIFA World Cup. The stadium has an eye-catching, unique roof-structure and a spectacular view, overlooking the North End Lake.

Before the construction of this multi-purpose venue, all international football matches were played at the Eastern Province rugby stadium, the EPRU Stadium. The playing field is natural grass with the outer / surrounding area to be artificial turf. One of its first major test events  was the coveted Soweto Derby between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs - a game that attracts capacity crowds in South Africa.

Name:

Port Elizabeth

City:

Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

Construction:

new

Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity:

42,486

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
4 12 June - 13:30 Group B Korea Republic Korea Republic Preview Greece Greece
13 15 June - 16:00 Group G Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire Background Portugal Portugal
21 18 June - 13:30 Group D Germany Germany Background Serbia Serbia
31 21 June - 16:00 Group H Chile Chile Background Switzerland Switzerland
37 23 June - 16:00 Group C Slovenia Slovenia Background England England
49 26 June - 16:00 Round of 16   1A - 2B  
57 02 July - 16:00 Quarter-finals   W53 - W54  
63 10 July - 20:30 Match for third place   L61 - L62  

10.Green Point Stadium - Cape Town

Green Point Stadium - Cape Town

One of the most artistic football venues in South Africa, the newly-built Green Point Stadium is situated in one of the much sought-after areas in the city of Cape Town. Green Point Stadium is one of the two semi-final venues for the FIFA World Cup™.

This multi-purpose venue is also going to be used to stage major events and concerts. Fans will be a stone's throw from the ocean and the mountains of Cape Town will also provide the backdrop for matches. The location is ideal as it is a short walk from the transportation hub of the city. The new stadium has been partly built on land that was previously used as a golf course.

The stadium, which has an exterior that is covered with noise-reducing cladding has a capacity of 64,100 and is scheduled for completion in December 2009. The Green Point Common, on which the new 2010 stadium is being built, was originally much larger than what now remains, and included most of the land between the sea and Signal Hill, stretching from the city centre towards Sea Point.

Cape Town has another world-standard stadium, Newlands, but this is primarily used as a rugby union venue.  Post FIFA World Cup, the Green Point Stadium is likely to be used by some of the Cape Town-based professional football outfits that include Ajax Cape Town and Santos.

Name:

Green Point

City:

Cape Town

Construction:

new

Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity:

64,100

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
2 11 June - 20:30 Group A Uruguay Uruguay Preview France France
11 14 June - 20:30 Group F Italy Italy Background Paraguay Paraguay
23 18 June - 20:30 Group C England England Background Algeria Algeria
30 21 June - 13:30 Group G Portugal Portugal Background Korea DPR Korea DPR
44 24 June - 20:30 Group E Cameroon Cameroon Background Netherlands Netherlands
56 29 June - 20:30 Round of 16   1H - 2G  
59 03 July - 16:00 Quarter-finals   W52 - W51  
61 06 July - 20:30 Semi-finals   W58 - W57  

 

 

FIFA World Cup 2010 Stadiums

on Friday, 11 June 2010. Posted in General

Today starts the World Cup in South Africa. The first match will be played between the organising team South Africa and Mexico. (I predict a Mexico winning) and later by night the second match of this World Cup will be played between Urugay and France (i predict a draw).

I propose you to make a journey between the stadiums from the South Africa that will be hosting the matches from this tournament.

The following details had been tooked off the official FIFA website(The stadiums are classified by their position on the map from North to South):

1.Peter Mokaba Stadium - Polokwane

Peter Mokaba Stadium - Polokwane

Named after one of the renowned sons of the struggle and emancipation of South Africa against the apartheid regime, the Peter Mokaba Stadium holds much historical significance in South Africa. Peter Mokaba was born and bred in Polokwane and was renowned for his fighting spirit and for his inspirational leadership.

The design of the  largely concrete structure  is inspired by the locally iconic Baobab tree, with the steel structure supporting the roof plane gathered together at each corner of the stadium and supported by giant ‘trunk' structures which accommodate vertical circulation ramps and service cores.

The stadium was built next to the old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane in the Limpopo Province. The newly-built Peter Mokaba stadium is situated approximately 5km from the city centre, with a total seating capacity of 41,911.

Former African player of the Year, Didier Drogba remains one of the biggest stars to play at this venue when he played for Côte d'Ivoire in a memorable and decisive CAF African Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium, with the home side prevailing 2-1.

Name:

Peter Mokaba

City:

Polokwane

Construction:

new

Completion:

2010

Gross Capacity:

41,733

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
6 13 June - 13:30 Group C Algeria Algeria Background Slovenia Slovenia
18 17 June - 20:30 Group A France France Background Mexico Mexico
36 22 June - 20:30 Group B Greece Greece Background Argentina Argentina
42 24 June - 16:00 Group F Paraguay Paraguay Background New Zealand New Zealand
2.Loftus Versfeld Stadium - Tshwane/Pretoria
Loftus Versfeld Stadium - Tshwane/Pretoria

Loftus Versfeld Stadium, situated in Tshwane/ Pretoria, is one of the oldest stadiums in South Africa. The stadium has been used for major sporting events since 1903, and the first concrete structure, which could accommodate only 2,000 spectators, was built by the City Council of Pretoria in 1923.

Since 1948 it has undergone perennial upgrades. It has been used for both rugby and football matches and is home to one of the country's top rugby teams, the Blue Bulls. Loftus Versfeld is in the heart of Tshwane/Pretoria and currently has a seating capacity of 42,858. It has hosted many significant matches including during the 1995 Rugby World Cup and 1996 CAF African Cup of Nations. It is now used by Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United as their home ground.

South Africa's national team, Bafana Bafana, achieved its first ever victory over a European side at this venue when they beat Sweden 1-0 in 1999.

Stadium:

Loftus Versfeld

City:

Tshwane/Pretoria

Built:

1906

Construction:

upgrade

Completion:

2008

Gross Capacity:

42,858

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
8 13 June - 16:00 Group D Serbia Serbia Background Ghana Ghana
17 16 June - 20:30 Group A South Africa South Africa Background Uruguay Uruguay
26 19 June - 20:30 Group E Cameroon Cameroon Background Denmark Denmark
38 23 June - 16:00 Group C USA USA Background Algeria Algeria
47 25 June - 20:30 Group H Chile Chile Background Spain Spain
55 29 June - 16:00 Round of 16   1F - 2E  

3.Mbombela Stadium - Nelspruit

Mbombela Stadium - Nelspruit

The Mbombela Stadium is one of the newly-built stadia for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ and it takes its name from the local municipality which incorporates the city of Nelspruit. Mbombela is siSwati (one of the 11 official languages in South Africa) and literally means 'many people together in a small space.'

The stadium, with a capacity of 40,911, is located in the city of Nelspruit in Mpumalanga Province. It is situated approximately seven kilometers from the city centre and 12 kilometers from the nearby Kruger-Mpumalanga Airport. The ground also enjoys a close proximity to various game parks, giving spectators the opportunity to see the wildlife during rest days.

The Mbombela comes as a welcome addition to football life in Nelspruit, and will leave a legacy of the beautiful game for all the people of Mpumalanga. Before the Stadium's construction, Nelspruit had no top football venue to host international matches.

Name:

Mbombela

City:

Nelspruit

Construction:

new

Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity:

40,929

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
15 16 June - 13:30 Group H Honduras Honduras Background Chile Chile
28 20 June - 16:00 Group F Italy Italy Background New Zealand New Zealand
40 23 June - 20:30 Group D Australia Australia Background Serbia Serbia
46 25 June - 16:00 Group G Korea DPR Korea DPR Background Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire

4.Royal Bafokeng Stadium - Rustenburg

Royal Bafokeng Stadium - Rustenburg

Name:

Royal Bafokeng

City:

Rustenburg

Built:

1999

Construction:

minor upgrade

Construction:

2010

Gross Capacity:

38,646

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
5 12 June - 20:30 Group C England England Background USA USA
12 15 June - 13:30 Group F New Zealand New Zealand Background Slovakia Slovakia
24 19 June - 16:00 Group D Ghana Ghana Background Australia Australia
33 22 June - 16:00 Group A Mexico Mexico Background Uruguay Uruguay
43 24 June - 20:30 Group E Denmark Denmark Background Japan Japan
50 26 June - 20:30 Round of 16   1C - 2D  

5.Ellis Park Stadium - Johannesburg

Ellis Park Stadium - Johannesburg

Ellis Park Stadium is located in the centre of Johannesburg and has hosted many epic sporting events including the final of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup between Brazil and the United States. The ground was given a significant face-lift before the Confederations Cup finals and now seats 55,686.

Ellis Park was first built in 1928 as a rugby union stadium. It was demolished and rebuilt in 1982, again exclusively for rugby. It was named after JD Ellis, a Johannesburg city councilor who approved the use of the land for a stadium, setting aside a full 13 acres.

The ground will always occupy a special place in the hearts of the country's sporting fans after the South African rugby team shocked New Zealand to lift the 1995 Rugby World Cup trophy soon after being allowed back onto the world sporting stage. It was a moment that brought the people of South Africa together in celebration as the iconic scenes of Nelson Mandela holding aloft the trophy at Ellis Park were beamed around the world.

The largest piece of construction has been the new tier on the north stand which has increased the seating capacity to 62,000. With state-of-the-art media facilities, team whirlpools, top-class VIP areas for dignitaries, accessibility for disabled fans, a new pitch and a top-notch audio-visual setup to keep the fans informed during the game, no one will be left disappointed.

Ellis Park is home to one of the country's most popular clubs, Orlando Pirates FC.

Name:

Ellis Park Stadium

City:

Johannesburg

Built:

1982

Construction:

minor upgrade

Construction Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity:

55,686

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
3 12 June - 16:00 Group B Argentina Argentina Preview Nigeria Nigeria
14 15 June - 20:30 Group G Brazil Brazil Background Korea DPR Korea DPR
22 18 June - 16:00 Group C Slovenia Slovenia Background USA USA
32 21 June - 20:30 Group H Spain Spain Background Honduras Honduras
41 24 June - 16:00 Group F Slovakia Slovakia Background Italy Italy
54 28 June - 20:30 Round of 16   1G - 2H  
60 03 July - 20:30 Quarter-finals   W55 - W56  

6.Soccer City Stadium - Johannesburg(Will be hosting the Final)

Soccer City Stadium - Johannesburg(Will be hosting the Final)

One of the most artistic and awe-inspiring football venues on the African continent, the newly-reconstructed Soccer City Stadium will host the first and final matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

The ground's design is inspired by the iconic African pot known as the calabash, and its aesthetic appeal will be heightened when the stadium is lit at night. Soccer City is located in Johannesburg's southwest and is only a short distance from one of the country's football-crazy townships, Soweto. About 40 per cent of Johannesburg's population live in Soweto and this proximity is bound to make the stadium a hub of activity throughout the 2010 finals.

The stadium is widely regarded as the heart of football in South Africa as it has hosted many important matches through history. In the mid 1980s, officials came together to build the first international football stadium in the country and the construction was funded from the football fraternity's coffers. Soccer City hosted the first mass rally of Nelson Mandela after his release from prison in 1990. Thousands of mourners lamented Chris Hani's assassination at the stadium in 1993. It was also the venue for the 1996 CAF African Cup of Nations final, with South Africa eventually triumphing 2-0 over Tunisia.

The original stadium, which was known as the FNB Stadium, had a capacity of 80,000. Upgrades involved extending the upper tier to increase the capacity to 84,490; adding 99 more suites to bring the number to 184; constructing an encircling roof; adding new changing room facilities and installing new floodlighting.

Stadium:

Soccer City

City:

Johannesburg

Built:

1987

Construction:

major upgrade

Completion:

2009

Gross Capacity

88,460

Match Date - Time Stage     Results    
1 11 June - 16:00 Group A South Africa South Africa Preview Mexico Mexico
9 14 June - 13:30 Group E Netherlands Netherlands Background Denmark Denmark
20 17 June - 13:30 Group B Argentina Argentina Background Korea Republic Korea Republic
29 20 June - 20:30 Group G Brazil Brazil Background Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire
39 23 June - 20:30 Group D Ghana Ghana Background Germany Germany
52 27 June - 20:30 Round of 16   1B - 2A  
58 02 July - 20:30 Quarter-finals   W49 - W50  
64 11 July - 20:30 Final   W61 - W62  

 

 

 

Nike - Take it to the next level - Director's Cut

on Sunday, 23 May 2010. Posted in General

Just found this video and i thought it would be a good thing sharing it with you.

Great video! You must check it out.

Jose Mourinho

on Sunday, 23 May 2010. Posted in General

Jose Mourinho. This briliant manager had made it to the top with some great big teams and now goes for even more!

The Final of the Champions League that his team had won with 2-0 seems to be the last match with him training Inter Milano. The bosses from Internazionale Milano and Real Madrid are saying that Mourinho will train from now on the team from Madrid.

A lot of fans(MisoSoup even if i don't like Mourinho's way of training i've got admit that you are right) are happy that Mourinho is going to Real and in my opinion with him as manager of this team they will be almost invincible. I can't believe what performances he could done with teams not that high rated (FC Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milano) all these teams got bigger with it's help.

Next chapter: Real Madrid!

PS: Hope that Barcelona won't dissapoint us.

Internazionale Milano had won the Champions League

on Sunday, 23 May 2010. Posted in General

I'm not a big fan of Internazionale Milano, actually i don't like this team at all (hey don't hate me) but i just saw that they have won the Champions League Final against Bayern Munchen.

I thought that the Final will be played somewhere later and i didn't watched it live. But as i saw from the statistics Inter made that "match" again as it done it with Barcelona when they kept all their players in their own side of the field. Bayern Munchen had 60% possesion but Inter Milano scored 2 goals.

Now they need to win the Clubs Tournament to be like Barcelona when they winned all the trophyes possible. (The Championship, The Cup, Champions League and the Clubs Tournament)

Inter Milano 2-0 Bayern Munchen

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