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Inter makes it five in a row
May 17th, 2010 5:07AM

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[ITALY] Winning the Scudetto is old hat for Inter Milan, which clinched its fifth straight Serie A crown following Sunday's 1-0 win at Siena. The prize it eyes is the UEFA Champions League, which will be played Saturday against Bayern Munich in Madrid (TV: FOX, 2:30 pm, live, ET).

Inter play Bayern Munich in Madrid on May 22 when both teams will be bidding to make history respectively by securing a league, cup and Champions League treble.

Inter won the title thanks to a 57th-minute goal from Argentine Diego Milito.

"I'd never won a title before on the last day and don't want to do it again," said Coach Jose Mourinho, which has won two titles each at FC Porto, Chelsea and Inter." I prefer winning it with four or five matches to spare."

Inter hasn't won the European Cup since 1965.

"This is an incredible joy, a reward for all the hard work we've put in over the year," said Milito. "From tomorrow we will think about that great Champions League final."

ITALY, Serie A (Final Standings)
82 Inter Milan (champion) (Sunday: at Siena, 1-0)
80 Roma (Sunday: at Chievo Verona, 2-0)
70 AC Milan (Saturday: vs. Juventus, 3-0)
67 Sampdoria (Sunday: vs. Napoli, 1-0)
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65 Palermo (Sunday: at Atalanta, 2-1)
(Relegated: Atalanta, Siena, Livorno.)



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