Matches

18/12/2010
0:3 (0:2)
  • Goran PANDEV (13')
  • Samuel ETOO (17')
  • Jonathan BIABIANY (85')

Summary

Internazionale on top of the world

FC Internazionale Milano have won the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2010, maintaining Europe’s recent stranglehold on the title with a convincing 3-0 win over TP Mazembe Englebert.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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21
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17
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31
18
36
28
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88

Coaches

Lamine N'DIAYE (SEN)
(ESP) Rafael BENITEZ

Officials

Referee: Yuichi NISHIMURA (JPN)Assistant Referee 1: Toru SAGARA (JPN)Assistant Referee 2: Toshiyuki NAGI (JPN)Fourth official: Victor CARRILLO (PER)Fifth official: Jorge YUPANQUI (PER)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
Worldfootfan
20/12/2010 at 22:49
Worldfootfan (Germany)
Internazionale was just too strong for Mazembe, congratulations to them. But Mazembe did a great job in beating SC Internacional. That was already a great achievement. Personally I would have liked to see Hekari advance a bit further.
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Albert_1961
20/12/2010 at 05:13
Albert_1961 (Singapore)
Congratulations, Inter Milan for bringing the Club World Cup back to Italy. Forza Italia...
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reggina1952
19/12/2010 at 18:14
The trophy did not go to europe it went to Internazionale of Italy
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Statistics

16Shots9
4Corner kicks5
4Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
44%Possession (%)56%
  • Inter Milan's Brazilian defender Lucio heads the ball past TP Mazembe's Dioko Kaluyituka
  • Inter Milan's Brazilian defender Lucio challenges TP Mazembe's Dioko Kaluyituka
  • Inter Milan's Brazilian players Maicon, Julio Cesar and Lucio celebrate
  • Inter Milan's players celebrate with the trophy
  • Inter Milan's players celebrate with the trophy
  • Javier Zanetti of FC Internazionale Milano poses with the fair play award
"We controlled the ball, dominated midfield and ultimately controlled the game because of that. The game had to be about control of the ball and we made sure it was not easy for Mazembe tactically," Rafael Benitez, FC Internazionale Milano coach.