Saying "Inter" and "beaten" in the same sentence?
I almost forgot how it feels.
Now, let us all have a minute of silence.
Now for the regular stuff:
Inter: 12 Julio Cesar; 13 Maicon, 2 Cordoba, 23 Materazzi, 11 Grosso (15 Dacourt 61); 4 Zanetti, 19 Cambiasso (20 Recoba 90), 5 Stankovic, 7 Figo; 10 Adriano (9 Cruz 61), 8 Ibrahimovic.
Subs not used: 1 Toldo, 16 Burdisso, 21 Solari, 91 Mariano Gonzalez.
Coach: Roberto Mancini.
The Unholy Spawn Of SatanRoma:32 Doni; 2 Panucci, 21 Ferrari, 5 Mexes, 13 Chivu; 4 Wilhelmsson (77 Cassetti 74), 16 De Rossi, 7 Pizarro, 20 Perrotta, 30 Mancini (23 Vucinic 78); 10 Totti (22 Tonetto 90).
Subs not used: 1 Curci, 14 Faty, 17 Tavano, 28 Rosi.
Coach: Luciano Spalletti.
Referee: Matteo Trefoloni (Siena).
Cards:Booked: Figo 28, Zanetti 48, Pizarro 53, Mexes 54, Stankovic 77, Materazzi 83, Doni 90+1.
Sheesh. You know it was a tough game when Javier Zanetti got booked.
My take on the game? Sadly, I was unable to watch it, what with being in school and all, but I did get to see the highlights. They didn't upset me as much as I'd expected. Hell, I've been into the Nerazzurri for so long, I kinda got used to see them losing. But still. I think that this loss will be beneficial to the team. They'll kinda snap out of it and realize that they oughtta kick more ass in order to win the damn Scudetto.
Not that they won't win it anyway. *knocks wood*
Damn you Totti. Damn you.