Inter Reach First Champions League Final Since 2010 After Beating Milan 3-0 On Aggregate


Inter Milan have reached their first Champions League final in more than a decade after a 1-0 victory over city rivals AC Milan in the second leg of their semi-final tie on Tuesday.

The Nerazzurri had a 2-0 lead from the first leg and Lautaro Martinez's goal in the 74th minute was enough to secure a 3-0 aggregate win.

Inter will now face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in the final in Istanbul on June 10.

This is Inter's first Champions League final since 2010, when they won the trophy under Jose Mourinho.

The Nerazzurri have been one of the surprise packages of this season's Champions League, having finished second in their group behind Real Madrid before beating Ajax and Liverpool in the knockout stages.

Inter's victory over Milan was their third win in a row over their city rivals in all competitions.

The Nerazzurri have now won the Coppa Italia this season and are still in contention to win the Serie A title.

Inter's progress to the Champions League final is a major achievement for coach Simone Inzaghi, who only took over the club in 2021.

Inzaghi has transformed Inter into a competitive side in Europe and they will be hoping to go all the way and win the trophy in Istanbul.

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