Inter Milan are closing in on a first title in over a decade after the nervy win over Hellas Verona in their latest league clash on Sunday. The Nerazzuri had not won the league since the Jose Mourinho era and it looks like that league title drought is coming to an end.
Mourinho masterminded an impressive treble at Inter Milan at the end of the 2009/10 season. The Nerazzuri had won both the league and the Coppa Italia before Argentine striker Diego Milito scored twice in the Champions League final to lead Inter to a 2-0 win over German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich thereby completing the haul of three major trophies in a season.
Inter Milan have failed to hit the heights of that season under Mourinho since then. Mourinho would leave the club to join Real Madrid after his impressive performance in the Inter Milan dugout at the end of the 2009/10 campaign. He was replaced by Spaniard Rafael Benitez. Continue reading “INTER EXTEND SERIE A LEAD”
After a woeful performance in the first half against Torino in what was looking like a game to be lost, Inter Milan made a solid comeback against their Serie A rivals to come back from two goals behind and secure a remarkable 4-2 victory.