Inter Milan defeated Bayern Munich 2-0 courtesy of a brace by Argentina striker Diego Milito to win the UEFA Champions League at the Real Madrid’s Bernabeu Stadium on Saturday. Inter’s first European championship in 45 years sees them secure the first treble by a Serie A club following their recent their Italian league and Coppa Italia triumphs.
Inter’s coach Jose Mourinho became only the third manager to win the UEFA Champions League with two clubs. He previously lifted the cup with FC Porto during the 2003/04 season.
Bayern Munich: 22-Hans Joerg-Butt; 21-Philipp Lahm, 5-Daniel van Buyten, 6-Martin Demichelis, 28-Holger Badstuber; 10-Arjen Robben, 17-Mark van Bommel, 31-Bastian Schweinsteiger, 8-Hamit Altintop (Miroslav Klose 63); 11-Ivica Olic (Mario Gomez 74), 25-Thomas Mueller.
Inter Milan: 12-Julio Cesar; 13-Maicon, 25-Walter Samuel, 6-Lucio, 26-Cristian Chivu (Dejan Stankovic 68); 4-Javier Zanetti, 19-Esteban Cambiasso, 10-Wesley Sneijder; 9-Samuel Eto’o, 22-Diego Milito (Marco Materazzi 90+2), 27-Goran Pandev (Sulley Muntari 79).