On 4 April 1909, Sport Club Internacional, better known as Internacional, were formed. Hailing from Porto Alegre in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, the club can cite an impressive history which has spawned a number of top players from the land of the five-time world champions, including Dunga, Claudio Taffarel, Lucio, Nilmar and Alexandre Pato, to name but a few.

One lesser-known hero made his name in 2006 as O Colorado celebrated their greatest ever international success. Shortly after winning the Copa Libertadores, Internacional took on Spanish giants Barcelona, then reigning UEFA Champions League holders, in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan.

Having dominated for much of the match, the Catalan side failed to convert their numerous chances at the Yokohama Stadium, thanks in large part to the heroics of Inter goalkeeper Clemer.

However, the night would belong to Adriano Gabiru, who entered the fray in the 76th minute in place of captain Fernandao and netted the only goal of the game just six minutes later, etching his and the club's name into the history books.

Relive all the highlights from that thrilling final and all of SC Internacional’s subsequent celebrations with FIFA.com’s Video of the Week.