Inter Can Do Anything In One Game  —Sneijder Warns Man City Ahead UCL Final

Inter Legend Sneijder Warns Man City Ahead of UCL Final

Former Inter midfielder, Wesley Sneijder, has warned Manchester City that his former side is capable of anything in a one-off game like the UEFA Champions League final. Inter qualified for their first Champions League Final in over a decade by eliminating city rivals Milan 3-0 on aggregate in the semi-final.

City, who are making a second appearance in the final, will go into next month’s final as favorites but Sneijder is not ruling out the possibility of Inter securing a fourth European title. “There are no impossible games, there are difficult games and this is surely one of those,” warned Sneijder.

Sneijder’s Inter side eliminated Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona in the semis in 2010 and went on to win the trophy in the final against Bayern Munich. “The teams are different and football has changed as well,” noted Sneijder. “Guardiola has created something extraordinary, but they can concede something in defense, and Inter are physically structured to be up to the task.”

On whether Erling Haaland is the best striker in Europe at the moment, Sneijder said, “Right now, he’s probably the most devastating forward, but nobody wins alone. Manchester City have so many dangerous players that it’s impossible to only focus on one. Inter must play as a unit, go ahead without fear, and keep their heads high.”

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In conclusion, the final between Manchester City and Inter Milan will be an exciting game to watch, and anything can happen. Inter Milan, under the guidance of Antonio Conte, has shown that they are a force to be reckoned with, and Manchester City must be at their best to secure their first Champions League trophy.

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