Fans in Milan celebrate Inter's Champions League victory (2)

09:04, May 24, 2010      

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"We didn't manage to buy any tickets, so we left yesterday from Marche (central Italy) to reach Duomo Square and feel closer to our team," said two friends, Michele and Carlo. "It's very exciting for us to be here, tonight it's almost the same as watching the match at the stadium, with so many people celebrating all around us," he said.

"I came along with some 20 friends of mine from Turin, this is a historical day and I didn't want to miss this fantastic victory, " said Fabio. "We are going to the airport right now and wait for the team to return from Madrid, I can't wait to welcome it," he added.

Arrived in Milan Malpensa airport short soon before 5:00 early morning on Sunday, Inter players went to Meazza stadium, where a crowd of some 35,000 fans welcomed them with a rumble.

Cars and motorbikes adorned with the colors of Inter, packed with fans chanting slogans and waving big flags and plastic cups, roamed the city center for all the night untill Sunday morning.

Source:Xinhua
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