Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Inter Milan 1

Here is the rather charmingly gobbledegook Google translation of the Corriere della Sport's coverage of the match. Can't see Gabriel Garcia Marquez or Vargas Llosa getting into any British newspapers... good to know that Spurs have so many literary laureates on their side. Did Pinter support Spurs?

Inter crumbles: Benitez plays the card of replacing despair with Biabiany Coutinho, and throwing in Milito (who hit the crossbar), to save at least the pride in what he considers his adopted homeland. Here comes the goals of the flag, the 36 'the second time, with Eto'o in the area served by Sneijder. The Nerazzurri have not, however, arrows to their bow and give life to a dull performance, to forget. And do you pierce suspicious offside - at the end of regulation time - the third goal of the Spurs: Author Pavlyuchenko, which came in place of Van Der Vaart. No Inter leaves its mark: the Spurs are calling the shots. And they do it on the notes of the chorus' When the Spurs go marching in ', thus evoking the golden age of Lilywhites in 1963 when they conquered the Cup Winners' Cup. Redknapp returned with a large dusting and many years later remains a beloved team, proud and proud of its Jewish connotation. His fans call themselves Yid Arm. They are the favorite team of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Mario Vargas Llosa. Toast tonight. Inter must reflect the qualification is not compromised but the problems are all, and before the eyes of Massimo Moratti, Capello and Prandelli, puts them all out. Headache for Benitez sees lengthen the list of injured players. Tonight new entry in the infirmary, Sulley Muntari.

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