segunda-feira, 30 de maio de 2011
2 out of Eto'o, Inter beat Palermo and give the first title to Leonardo.
Eto'o led the victory that gave the first title of his coaching career at Leonardo. Inter Milan won the Italian Cup title on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Palermo at the Olympic stadium in Rome. The highlight of the match was Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o, who scored twice, from two assists from Sneijder. The third goal was scored by Inter's Diego Milito, while Muñoz cashed after the opponent played controversy.Vice-champion of the Italian Championship, the team's coach Leonardo could at least settle for his seventh title in the Cup (1939, 1978, 1982, 2005, 2006, 2010 and 2011). The Brazilian coach, who debuted in the role just at archrival AC Milan win at Inter, the first career title.Palermo already missed the chance to win his first trophy of the tournament knockout. Before Sunday, the last final played out by the club in the competition in 1979.The gameIn the quest for their first title in the competition, Palermo almost opened the scoring, the ball rolling for 28min. The young Argentine winger Pastore received freely in the area, but others said the ball, and Julius Caesar came out of goal to defend.On the other side, Inter have not wasted the opportunity he had. At 25, after faltering in the Palermo midfielder, Dutchman Sneijder accurately uploaded and played on the left to Eto'o, who moved freely behind the back four, invaded the area and touched the goalkeeper's output to swing the net.Despite the setback, the Palermo still almost tied for the first time. After rebate chat area, Julius Caesar had to stretch to do more good defense.In the second half followed the Brazilian goalkeeper important to the club, as did excellent pitching in defense of Miccoli. However, Inter have not forgiven another mistake from the opponent.Again, Sneijder took advantage of the opponent flinch and made another pass to Samuel Eto'o on the right. The Cameroon forward to stand in front of the goalkeeper Sirigu, without having trouble wrapping up for the networks, at age 31.Already in the final minutes, the Argentine Muñoz received free corner kick to head for the cash Palermo. The goal generated a lot of complaints from players from Inter, as the source of the play corner should have been marked as a goal kick.But in stoppage time, the team returned to Milan to celebrate. Diego Milito received little crosses in the area and only had the job of pushing the networks.