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Ancora un finale per l’Inter

It wasn’t easy but Inter fully deserved tonight’s win in the return leg of the Italian cup semi-final at the Giuseppe Meazza against Rome. A splendidly executed and deliciously malicious goal by the lion Saaaamueeel Eeet’ooo (copyright: Recalcati) put Inter on course for the final after a well controlled 1st half. To their credit, the giallorossi never gave up and fought back until the end led by a resilient Marco Boriello. It’s too bad that the Principe is still in his unlucky phase because he deserved to get a goal after brilliantly seeing Cassetti (or it might have been Burdisso) fly off to the right stand: this time the ever tricky Meazza pitch did not work in his favour and contrived to make him lose his footing at the decisive moment of the final shot to score.

But never mind. The nerazzurri have honoured their captain’s prestigious milestone by another win and are therefore in the final against Palermo in Rome on the 29th and it should be a great game no matter what. It would be a fitting opportunity for the Principe to step back into the limelight.

Photo album:

Il lione!

JZ: Not even sweating a bit after 95 minutes of play

Brigitte Bardot & Carlos hosted the post-match discussion

OMG! Brigitte Bardot catches a glimpse of the big man's cleaveage