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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Matrix Delivers The First Scudetto To Inter Since 1989

Today at Siena, Inter Milan, with two goals by Marco "Matrix" Materazzi, defeated the Tuscan side, 1 to 2, to secure their first Serie A championship since 1989. It was ironic that the game was decided by an Italian, since Inter routinely fields 9 or 10 foreign starters. Inter wins the championship with five games still to play, and have only lost one game during the entire campaign. This marks the first time Roberto Mancini has won the Serie A title as a coach.

In Italy, the championship is called the "Scudetto," which means the Cup. Inter was awarded the title last year under the black cloud of Calciopoli. Juventus had won the title on the field; however, were stripped of this distinction during the summer. This is the first championship for Signor Massimo Moratti, the owner of the club, who has spent millions over the years to bring glory to the Inter faithful.

Complimenti, Inter.

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