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Posted at 3:34 PM ET, 12/15/2010

Video: Inter Milan 3, Seongnam 0

By Steve Goff

European champion Inter Milan advanced the FIFA Club World Cup final with a 3-0 victory over Seongnam of South Korea. Diego Milito's back-heel set up the second goal and he scored the third for Inter, which will face tournament darling Mazembe of DR Congo in Saturday's title match in Abu Dhabi.

By Steve Goff  | December 15, 2010; 3:34 PM ET
Categories:  Club World Cup, Italy  | Tags:  Club World Cup  
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Comments

A back heel at speed to another player at speed who shows just enough power and touch to get it past the keeper . . .. nice!

Posted by: delantero | December 15, 2010 11:43 PM | Report abuse

I got that move.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | December 16, 2010 7:16 AM | Report abuse

I got that move.

Posted by: I-270Exit1

On FIFA 10, maybe.

Posted by: delantero | December 16, 2010 9:15 AM | Report abuse

My son beats me by 5 goals each time we play FIFA 10. I can run in a straight line and pass, but that's about all the video game moves I have.

Jacob mentioned Paltini's statement on moving the 2022 WC to the winter. Now Sepp is talking about it too. If FIFA either moves the date or allows other Arabian Gulf nations to co-host, all the losing bidders should sue for whatever the legal term for "switching the terms of the contract after the bidding" is called.

Posted by: I-270Exit1 | December 16, 2010 9:50 AM | Report abuse

If FIFA either moves the date or allows other Arabian Gulf nations to co-host, all the losing bidders should sue for whatever the legal term for "switching the terms of the contract after the bidding" is called.
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+1

I would be more specific and include the fact that the selection criteria were made up on the fly. As Paul Gardner pointed out at Soccer America, if never hosting before were such an important criterion, they should have said so up front and spared the U.S., England, Spain, South Korea, and Japan the trouble of preparing bids.

Posted by: universityandpark | December 17, 2010 12:58 AM | Report abuse

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