Sunday, December 19, 2010

Inter Milan win World Club Cup in Abu Dhabi 3-0 against Congolese champions

TP Mazembe Englebert: Kidiaba, Kaliyutuka (Ndonga 89), Kimwaki, Kasusula, Nkulukuta, Kabangu, Bedi, Mihayo, Ekanga, Kasongo (Kanda 46), Singuluma.
Subs Not Used: Bakula, Tshani, Mwepu, Mabela, Sunzu, Mvete, Kanyimbo, Kayembe, Ngome.

Booked: Kaliyutuka, Ekanga, Bedi, Kasusula.

Inter Milan: Julio Cesar, Chivu (Stankovic 54), Maicon, Cordoba, Zanetti, Lucio, Motta (Mariga 87), Cambiasso, Eto'o, Milito (Biabiany 70), Pandev.
Subs Not Used: Castellazzi, Sneijder, Muntari, Materazzi, Alibec, Benedetti, Santon, Nwankwo, Orlandoni.

Booked: Motta.

Goals: Pandev 13, Eto'o 17, Biabiany 85.

Att: 42,120

Ref: Yuici Nishimura (Japan).


Quarterback said...

So Benitez has won his first trophy as Inter manager. It won't stop the rot, though, which has already set in. After all, he also won the European Champions League with Liverpool before everything turned pear shaped.

And, what sort of tournament is this? Inter had 12 substitutes on the bench and the Congolese side had eleven. That makes a mockery of football. It might as well be gridiron!

Anonymous said...

Quarterback, a World Cup Club tournament has its place.

Alf Ramsey