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Champions League Final: Inter Milan vs. Bayern Munich Live Stream (Free Online Video)

Inter Milan vs Bayern Munich Live Stream UEFA Champions League Final

Inter Milan vs. Bayern Munich Live Stream: FC Internazionale Milano and Bayern Munich (Munchen) will meet tonight at the Bernabeu in Madrid to settle who is Europe’s best team. This UEFA Champions League final will not only feature two of the continent’s great football teams, but also two of the sport’s most successful coaches, Jose Mourinho of Inter Milan and Bayern’s Louis van Gaal, and both are bidding to win the title for a second time.

Mourinho used to work under Van Gaal at Barcelona, and so the “Special One” will have to pick his squad painstakingly given the Dutchman’s knowledge of him. Both have made daring comments in the run-up to the match, with the Portuguese describing the fixture as bigger than the World Cup final, while Van Gaal claimed that his side play more “beautiful football” than Inter.

“This is the Champions League final where the coaches, rather than the players, dominate attention,” said Glenn Roeder, the former Newcastle United boss.

The Serie A heavyweights reached the quarterfinals by knocking out the Chelsea team that went on to win the Premier League title. Manchester United fell to Bayern in the last eight, and FC Barcelona was sent home by the Italians in the semifinals.

Inter will become the first Serie A club to win a season treble if they prevail over the Bundesliga giants, while the Bavarians will be aiming for their fifth European crown, which they last won in 2001 in a penalty shootout over Valencia.

The match kicks-off at 20:45 CET. Who do you think will be crowned the best in Europe? Let us know your predictions in the comments section below this post.

UPDATE: Argentine striker Diego Milito scored two amazing goals to give Inter a 2-0 win over Bayern in a gripping Champions League final. It was the Nerazzurri’s first triumph in Europe’s elite club competition since winning consecutive titles in 1964 and 1965.