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OMT: UCL Group Stage Matchday 5: Inter Milan - SPORTING; San Siro, 22.11.06




UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Group Stage Matchday 5

FC Inter Milan v
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Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro), Milan
Tuesday 22.11.2006, 20h45 (CET)
Ref: Frank de Bleeckere (BEL)





This is probably the most important game so far of this season but strangely enough I am not that nervous about it. This relaxed feeling comes from the fact that I feel that Sporting did so far much more than it was expected from us.

We were dismissed by many at the start of the group stage as an inexperienced team, that could not aspire to more than a dicussion for the third place with Spartak Moscow.

We have proved on the pitch that we are much more than that.

Sporting has at this point still strong chances of qualifying for the last 16 and for that we need to win in Milan. That is obviously a huge task for this young squad but I trust we can do it!

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Miguel Veloso reentered Paulo Bento's plans
With the options upfront weakened by the forced absences of Liedson and Yannick Djaló, the Lions' coach recalled João Alves


by João Sanches
Translated from O Jogo
21.11.2006


Only with two forwards available - Alecsandro and Bueno -, Paulo Bento called 19 players for the game with Inter Milan. After having rest in the last weekend, Miguel Veloso was included again in the options of the coach. Also left out in the options for the 10th round match of the League, João Alves is one of the midfielders present in the list of players called.

In Lisbon stayed Liedson - suspended for one match -, Yannick Djaló - still physically limited due to the injury suffered, one week ago, when representing the U-21 NT - and Romagnoli - by technical option. The argentine creative is, clearly, losing in the tight fight for a place amongst the best. Going on like this, he may, eventually, consider a chance to give a new path to his career, already in December or January, even because the deal that links him to Sporting expires at the end of the season - he is on loan from the Mexicans of Veracruz.

The group of players elected for the big game tomorrow is as follows:

Goalkeepers: Ricardo and Rui Patrício.

Defenders:
Miguel Garcia, Abel, Anderson Polga, Tonel, Miguel Veloso, Ronny and Marco Caneira.

Midfielders:
Rodrigo Tello, Custódio, Paredes, João Moutinho, Farnerud, Carlos Martins, João Alves and Nani.

Forwards: Alecsandro and Bueno.

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MANCINI'S SQUAD TO FACE SPORTING LISBON
Tuesday, 21 November 2006 14:12:01
APPIANO GENTILE - Roberto Mancini has named this 20-player squad for Wednesday's UEFA Champions League Matchday 5 game against Sporting Lisbon (Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, kick-off at 20:45):

Goalkeepers: 1 Francesco Toldo, 12 Julio Cesar Soares

Defenders: 2 Ivan Ramiro Cordoba, 4 Javier Zanetti, 6 Maxwell, 11 Fabio Grosso, 13 Maicon, 16 Nicolas Burdisso, 23 Marco Materazzi, 25 Walter Samuel

Midfielders: 5 Dejan Stankovic, 7 Luis Figo, 14 Patrick Vieira, 15 Olivier Dacourt, 19 Esteban Cambiasso, 21 Santiago Solari, 91 Mariano Gonzalez

Strikers: 8 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 10 Adriano, 18 Hernan Crespo

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Scolari advises Inter to buy Nani

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22.11.2006


Luiz Felipe Scolari launched today a warning to Inter Milan: "This Sporting is a very young and dangerous team, with players of high technical value and very difficult to beat".

Portugal's coach, on an interview published today by the newspaper Corriere dello Sport, refers individually to Alvalade's team, guaranteeing that Nani, a name very much mentioned in the Italian press, "is already a firm value, very strong on the one on one, and, being still very young, will become one of the great football players in the world in two years time".

"If Inter decides to buy Nani they will be very right in doing so, he is the true heir of Figo", advises the Brazilian manager.

Referring that "the problem of this Sporting is the great difficulty in scoring goals", Scolari also mentions, amongst others, Joăo Moutinho "who has loads of talent and three hundred kilometres per game".

Felipăo opens the door for an eventual passage through the Italian football "in two years time", reminding that he has Italian passport, due to his family roots.

"Now I want to qualify Portugal for the Euro so that in two years time I can move to Italy", ends Scolari.

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Scolari is now trying a career as a football agent apparently

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Compulsory to make points
A defeat would finish with the Lions' hopes in the Champions League.
A victory will be an historical feat.


by Filipe Alexandre Dias and Ricardo Reis, in Milan (Italy)
Translated from O Jogo
22.11.2006


Sporting goes almost over hot embers for this third duel with Inter this season, after having faced the Milan team in the presentation game to its public in Alvalade and, afterwards, in the opening match of the Champions League - with a promising win. To the Lions it is asked, at least, that they do not leave the pitch of the majestic Giuseppe Meazza bent to the weight of a defeat which, if it happens, will leave them, immediately, without chances of reaching the last 16 of the millionaire competition, being left to fight for a place in the UEFA Cup, although that depends on the result obtained by the last placed of Group B, Spartak Moscow, against Bayern Munich. However, since that goal of Caneira that left the "nerazzurri" KO, on a dream return to the tournament by the group lead by Paulo Bento, many things changed.

After a negative start, Inter has been recovering ground, having already surpassed Sporting, with a total of six points. In Serie A, life has been also smiling to the current champions. In spite of having lost one of their main attacking players (Júlio Cruz), the rich squad of the Italians should not accuse that and other absences. The same cannot be applied to the green and whites: Paulo Bento knew already that the suspended Liedson would be out, but the injury of Djaló left the forward line even more weakened in terms of alternatives. This, it is good to recall it, in a phase in which it have been the midfielders and the defenders, the ones to make the difference when it is time to score.

It is asked, therefore, that this failure can stop in San Siro, in a match where the team of Alvalade plays a desive strike for their European future. A victory in Italy would be, more than a great step forward towards the next round, but also an unparallel feat in the centennial history of Sporting, that never won there a match for the European competitions.

SPORTING's Tactics: 4-4-2
Nani with Alecsandro


With so few solutions for a striking force where Liedson and Yannick Djaló are absent, Paulo Bento should make Nani change sector and go forward on the pitch. The young creative will move in this way from his usual position of inside midfielder to make a striking pair with Alecsandro. This alternative will be thus used to solve the problem of lack of forwards, allowing the Lions' coach to have one more option upfront at he bench, in this case the Uruguyan Carlos Bueno.

Inter's Tactics: 4-4-2

Midfield reinforced

Everything points at, Mancini will leave Figo out of his starting XI. Nevertheless, that will not change the ususal approach of the "nerazzurro" coach to the matches, as Mancini will certainly present the same system shown in Alvalade. A midfield diamond - just like in Sporting -, reinforced with some muscle. Dacourt will be the most defensive man in the middle, accompanied by Vieira and Zanetti, on the right and left, respectively. Stankovic will be the most advanced unit in the middle, supporting the attack, that will count with Crespo and Ibrahimovic as protagonists.


SPORTING's results so far in the UCL 2006/07:
Sporting | Inter Milan 1-0
Spartak Moscow| Sporting 1-1
Sporting | Bayern Munich 0-1
Bayern Munich | Sporting 0-0

SPORTING vs Inter:
UEFA Cup 1990/91 (Semi-finals)
10/04/91 Sporting | Inter Milan 0-0
24/04/91 Inter Milan | Sporting 2-0

Champions League 2002/03 (3rd qualification round)
14/08/02 Sporting | Inter Milan 0-0
27/08/02 Inter Milan | Sporting 2-0

Champions League 2006/07 (Group stage)
12/09/06 Sporting – Inter Milan 1-0

Total:
Games 5
Won 1
Draw 2
Lost 2
Goals 1-4


Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan (Italy)
20h45 (Local time - CET)
Refs: Frank De Bleeckere [Belgium]
Mark Simons + Peter Hermans


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The official line-ups are out and...surprise, surprise...once again what was expected to be Sporting's first XI ends up being wrong...

Farnerud will start instead of Carlos Martins, which means João Moutinho will be having the number 10 role and the Swede will be on the left side of the diamond.

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Bayern draw 2-2 in Moscow with Spartak which means that the Russians still have a chance to get the 3rd place if they win or draw (2-2 at least) in Alvalade.

Maybe it's better like this as this means that a draw tonight will not be such a positive result for us after all and we'll be looking for the 3 points.

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Very interesting result today. Inter have been playing better in the Serie A now and Sporting will have to be at their best despite the loss of Liedson.

In other Portuguese news , Hugo Almeida will be in the starting XI against Chelsea today and with the injury of Carvalho, Mourinho has decided to call up youngster Nuno Morais.

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Is Caneira hurt? He was just subbed out for Abel.

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Inter 1-0 SPORTING (HT)

It is difficult for us to do better than this. After 24' two players injured had to be subbed. Not only we are playing with an improvised attack now we have to do the same in defense and that had direct consequences in the match as it was Miguel Veloso the one to blame for having left Crespo alone in front of Ricardo.

In any case Sporting is doing a great job holding the midfield and what a match by Moutinho and most of all by Nani

Alecsandro has been harmless upfront but we don't have any other choice.

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Looks like UEFA Cup..

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Inter 1-0 SPORTING (HT)

It is difficult for us to do better than this. After 24' two players injured had to be subbed. Not only we are playing with an improvised attack now we have to do the same in defense and that had direct consequences in the match as it was Miguel Veloso the one to blame for having left Crespo alone in front of Ricardo.

In any case Sporting is doing a great job holding the midfield and what a match by Moutinho and most of all by Nani

Alecsandro has been harmless upfront but we don't have any other choice.
Sporting played very well. I said this after the first game, that Sporting are very good at capitalising on their strength- pace, fitness and agility, but this was their limit. In both games vs Sporting the game was Inter's to lose.

I expect to a good run by Sporting in the UEFA cup. Very very capable team.
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Sporting played very well. I said this after the first game, that Sporting are very good at capitalising on their strength- pace, fitness and agility, but this was their limit. In both games vs Sporting the game was Inter's to lose.

I expect to a good run by Sporting in the UEFA cup. Very very capable team.
Thank for your words.

Looking at the way we had to improvise our forward line, before the game started and our defense after 25' of game played, I think it was really hard to do better than what we did.

We shouldn't forget who were the teams involved in this game.
Inter is one of the richest teams in the world that has one of the strongest squads around.
Sporting is a young, inexperienced and much poorer club that paid in this CL the fact of having a short squad for the needs of such a tough competition.

All in all I couldn't be more proud than what I am now for what these kids managed to do and now we just have to do our best to beat Spartak Moscow and try to do the best that we can in the UEFA Cup.

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A normal result in a normal all ending with sporting getting what they were realy capable to do looking at this group,the third place.

In the end it will be porto who will pass to the last 16 and benfica and sporting going to the uefa cup.

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A normal result in a normal all ending with sporting getting what they were realy capable to do looking at this group,the third place.

In the end it will be porto who will pass to the last 16 and benfica and sporting going to the uefa cup.
I agree...

are you more calm now kleber?

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Crespo strikes knockout blow
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Wednesday, 22 November 2006
by Richard Aikman from San Siro, Milan


Hernán Crespo's fine first-half strike proved enough for FC Internazionale Milano to qualify for the last 16 and end Sporting Clube de Portugal's hopes of advancing from Group B.

All to play for

The Nerazzurri took to the field knowing that unless they won, they would be left facing a difficult trip to FC Bayern München in two weeks' time, but the Argentinian forward's first UEFA Champions League goal in just under a year – his last came 364 days ago for Chelsea FC – means Inter will now compete for section supremacy in Bavaria. Sporting still have the UEFA Cup to play for, and will enter that competition with a home draw against FC Spartak Moskva on Matchday 6.

Grosso strikes

Defender Rodrigo Tello had said beforehand that Sporting would be happy with a point and coach Paulo Bento's decision to deploy Alecsandro alone in attack appeared to endorse that view. However, a five-man midfield gave the visitors plenty of early possession, with João Moutinho and Custódio prominent. Sporting's achilles heel, though, was their tendency to give away fouls on the edge of the area when under pressure, enabling Fabio Grosso to try his luck with two fierce set-pieces – both of which swerved outside rather than inside the left-hand post – within the first quarter of an hour.

Crespo opener

Maicon's 13th-minute foul on Alecsandro, for which he was booked, set the tone for a fractious 20 minutes punctuated by mistimed tackles and errant passing. Defender Marco Caneira had to go off with a foot injury to be replaced by Abel, who also limped out of the fray soon after. Undeterred, Sporting kept their shape and had their first shot on goal when Pontus Farnerud fired wide on the half-hour, before Tonel rose five minutes later to head Tello's free-kick centimetres to the right of the far post. He was made to pay for that miss within seconds as Dejan Stanković's delicious chipped pass over the visiting defence set Crespo free and the No18 unleashed an unstoppable half-volley past Ricardo from just inside the area.

Tello effort
Bento's men stuck to their neat passing approach, however, and almost conjured a breakthrough of their own from a quickly-taken short corner on 40 minutes. Tello had time to send in a low shot but Marco Materazzi stretched to deflect the goal-bound effort over the bar. At the other end, Crespo nearly scored from Inter's next corner, eluding his marker at the front post to glance Stanković's centre over the woodwork.

Creative skills

Sporting introduced the creative talent of Carlos Martins on the hour in a bid to change things but his injury-depleted side struggled to carve out noteworthy opportunities against a solid Inter rearguard. The home team were not so assured in attack either as Crespo failed to turn in Grosso's 78th-minute cross with the goal gaping - although his work, and Inter's, was done.

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just to add some little details that otherwise could go unnotice to the distracted readers of this report.

The reason why Marco Caneira had to be subbed 13' in the game was a vicious tackle by Materazzi that went unpunished (not even a foul was given by the ref).
edit: Caneira might have a broken leg because of it according to the last news coming out in the Portuguese press.

During the first half Maicon had a two footed studs up tackle on Nani with red card written all over it but the ref thought a yellow was enough.

In the 2nd half (70') when Sporting could not make any more substitutions (as we lost 2 players after 25' played) Stankovic went with his studs onto João Moutinho's heel leaving him limping for the rest of the game.

I guess one can say this is normal taking into account the name of the clubs involved in this match but it stays here, just for the record.

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I agree...

are you more calm now kleber?
You know very well how you act towards the benfica fans....funny is that benfica still have to achieve the last 16 unlike Sporting....you could even be out of the uefa competitions.

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You know very well how you act towards the benfica fans....
kleber, this thread is about Sporting's game with Inter therefore I will talk about that part of your post and ignore the rest. If you have anything to say about my way of talking with the Benfica fans send me a PM and I will be very happy to answer you.

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funny is that benfica still have to achieve the last 16 unlike Sporting....you could even be out of the uefa competitions.
Yes, that's true but you have to admit that your group was slightly easier than ours...to say the least. In any case I wish you good luck in the UEFA Cup because if FS goes on being your coach you will surely need it.

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kleber, this thread is about Sporting's game with Inter therefore I will talk about that part of your post and ignore the rest. If you have anything to say about my way of talking with the Benfica fans send me a PM and I will be very happy to answer you.



Yes, that's true but you have to admit that your group was slightly easier than ours...to say the least. In any case I wish you good luck in the UEFA Cup because if FS goes on being your coach you will surely need it.
Benfica is one of the fav to win the uefa cup,if Barça doesn't end in the uefa cup you have a chance to win it.

But we can eliminate Man Unt,unlike sporting we are a experience team,that counts a lot in the european cups,also the players are always motivaded unlike in the portuguese league.

You guys should get rid of Bueno.

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