Manchester City and Inter Milan meet in the Champions League final

Manchester City and Inter Milan are playing today in the Champions League final, with the English looking for an unprecedented trophy, against an Italian team that already has three ‘ears’ in its history.

At the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, in Istanbul, the newly consecrated three-time English champions, including the Portuguese Rúben Dias and Bernardo Silva, have the second opportunity to reach for the first time a trophy that they missed in 2020/21, when they lost the decision with Chelsea, at Estadio do Dragao.

Having secured the Premier League and FA Cup this season, City are now looking for the ‘treble’ – made in England only achieved by Manchester United, in 1998/99 – after, in the first phase, having passed with distinction Group G, before eliminating Leipzig, in the round of 16, Bayern Munich, in the ‘quarters’, and holders of the trophy, Real Madrid, in the semi-finals.

Inter Milan, on the other hand, ‘survived’ a Group C in which they had Bayern and FC Barcelona as opponents, later becoming the ‘executioner’ of two Portuguese teams, FC Porto, in the round of 16, and Benfica, in the ‘ quarters’, in addition to also having overtaken eternal rival AC Milan, in the ‘half’.

Although the ‘nerazzurri’ reach the ‘Champions’ decision with less favoritism than Manchester City, they display a much richer record than the opponent, taking into account that they have already won the main European club competition three times: in 1963/64, 1964/65 (against Benfica), both still in the old European Cup, and in 2009/10, under the command of the Portuguese José Mourinho.

Manchester City and Inter Milan will play from 20:00 (Lisbon time), at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, in Istanbul, in a match that will be led by the Polish Szymon Marciniak.

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