Yesterday was the tenth anniversary of the title of Champions League who got the Inter de Milan with Jose Mourinho as a coach and a group of Argentine soccer players who were essential to achieve that coronation. In an Instagram live, Javier Zanetti and Diego Milito (Two of the “Albicelestes” players that made up that squad together with Stephen Cambiasso and Walter Samuel) recalled anecdotes of that team that reached a Historical Triplet (Champions League, Scudetto and Copa Italia).
"We had an extraordinary groupThat was the most beautiful thing ”, Milito highlighted as soon as the talk started. Zanetti, captain of that team, agreed with his former teammate and added: "Proof of that is that ten years have passed and we continue talking."
To win that Champions League, the Neroazzurro team had to get rid of the Barcelona of Lionel Messi and Pep Guardiola. For the current technical secretary of Racing that key had a special seasoning since on the other side was his brother Gabriel. In the chat with the Pupi, Milito revealed an unknown anecdote about how those parties unleashed a family crossing: “I remember the first leg, my brother was in the bank and my father celebrated the third goal, mine, and then apologized. "
After winning the first leg 3-1 at home, Inter fell 1-0 on the return leg in Catalan soil and managed to qualify for the grand final in which they would then defeat Germany's Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid . "After Barcelona we understood that this cup had to be ours"The Prince recalled.
"Today they are showing all our matches and I still feel the emotions that I felt in MadridZanetti, who is currently one of the vice-presidents of the Milan club, was sincere. And Milito concluded: “For me, being in a club like Inter was a dream, I came to a family, for me Inter is this and I am proud to have been part of it. I remember everything perfectly, it's like it was yesterday. These days are imprinted on history because of how difficult and important this objective was ”.