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L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
LA Galaxy, Ibra e il Fenomeno Ronaldo di nuovo insieme
L'ex fuoriclasse di Inter e Milan ha fatto visita ai Los Angeles Galaxy
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
S.Koreans divided over upcoming inter-Korean summit
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
S.Koreans divided over upcoming inter-Korean summit
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
S.Koreans divided over upcoming inter-Korean summit
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
S.Koreans divided over upcoming inter-Korean summit
Opinion is divided in South Korea as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepares to walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Kim Jong Un takes historic step to inter-Korean summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Kim Jong Un takes historic step to inter-Korean summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Kim Jong Un takes historic step to inter-Korean summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Kim Jong Un takes historic step to inter-Korean summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on 27 April for a historic summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in, the highest-level encounter yet in a whirlwind of nuclear diplomacy.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has suffered a torn hamstring muscle, the champions confirmed on Monday, and will be miss this weekend's clash against Inter Milan and possibly the rest of the season.
Serie A: Juventus lose defender Giorgio Chiellini to hamstring injury for remainder of title run-in
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has suffered a torn hamstring muscle, the champions confirmed on Monday, and will be miss this weekend's clash against Inter Milan and possibly the rest of the season.
Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late winner to help Napoli win 1-0 at Juventus and reignite the Serie A title race on Sunday. Napoli trailed Juventus by six points last weekend but the Bianconeri drew at Crotone midweek, and two straight wins for Maurizio Sarri's team slashed the lead to a solitary point with four rounds left. "We have always believed in the title, we have to continue like this and believe in ourselves until the end," Koulibaly said. It was Juve's first league defeat at home since a 2-1 loss to Lazio in October. Its last Serie A defeat in Turin before that was in August 2015. "Winning here was practically mission impossible, we can be happy because we have played against a great team which hasn't lost at home for so long," Koulibaly said. Juventus arguably has the tougher run-in as it faces Champions League-chasing Inter and Roma as well as Bologna and Hellas Verona. "Yet another twist in the most compelling of Serie A seasons!" • Tears of joy �� • Limbs everywhere �� • Fist pumping �� Just look at what it means to Napoli after a massive, massive win in Turin. pic.twitter.com/TjwrYsLx0K— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 22 April 2018 Napoli plays Fiorentina, Torino, Sampdoria and Crotone. "We mustn't make calculations, they're useless," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "We just have to put this defeat behind us and prepare for the match in Milan. "It's true that Napoli is favorite because of the fixture list but matches have to be won. I have seen a lot in football ... anything can happen." Earlier, Ciro Immobile scored twice as Lazio beat Sampdoria 4-0 to keep pace with Roma and ahead of Inter Milan in the race for Champions League spots. Lazio remained level on points with third-place Roma and a point ahead of Inter, which struggled but won 2-1 at Chievo Verona. None of the teams can catch either Napoli or Juventus. Maurizio Sarri leads the celebrations on the touchline Credit: Reuters Napoli were aiming to boost its dream of a first title since Diego Maradona led the southern club to its only two Serie A championships in 1987 and 1990. Around 2,000 fans had escorted the team bus to the airport in Naples on Saturday. "Tonight is a feeling that only those who have been with us since yesterday can fully understand," Sarri said. "It's an enormous satisfaction. We are the only team which represents an entire population, because we are the only one which comes from a big city that only has one team. "We gave our fans a huge joy today that goes above and beyond the standings." Abbiamo vinto �� ⚽️ #JuveNapoli 0-1 pic.twitter.com/gfOIe5DyNz— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) 22 April 2018 Juventus was dealt an early blow when key defender Giorgio Chiellini limped off in the 10th minute and was replaced by Stephan Lichtsteiner. Allegri later revealed Chiellini would miss Saturday's match at Inter. Napoli pressed high but struggled to find a way through the Bianconeri back line and it was Juventus which went closest in the 17th minute as Miralem Pjanic's free kick took a deflection off Jose Callejon to leave Pepe Reina stranded but the ball bounced off the right post. The Allianz Stadium was briefly silenced shortly before halftime when Lorenzo Insigne had the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out for offside. Napoli was camped out in the Juventus half for much of the second period but never really tested Gianluigi Buffon until Koulibaly headed in a corner in the 89th minute.
Tears of joy as Napoli reignite Serie A title race with last-gasp win at Juventus
Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late winner to help Napoli win 1-0 at Juventus and reignite the Serie A title race on Sunday. Napoli trailed Juventus by six points last weekend but the Bianconeri drew at Crotone midweek, and two straight wins for Maurizio Sarri's team slashed the lead to a solitary point with four rounds left. "We have always believed in the title, we have to continue like this and believe in ourselves until the end," Koulibaly said. It was Juve's first league defeat at home since a 2-1 loss to Lazio in October. Its last Serie A defeat in Turin before that was in August 2015. "Winning here was practically mission impossible, we can be happy because we have played against a great team which hasn't lost at home for so long," Koulibaly said. Juventus arguably has the tougher run-in as it faces Champions League-chasing Inter and Roma as well as Bologna and Hellas Verona. "Yet another twist in the most compelling of Serie A seasons!" • Tears of joy �� • Limbs everywhere �� • Fist pumping �� Just look at what it means to Napoli after a massive, massive win in Turin. pic.twitter.com/TjwrYsLx0K— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 22 April 2018 Napoli plays Fiorentina, Torino, Sampdoria and Crotone. "We mustn't make calculations, they're useless," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "We just have to put this defeat behind us and prepare for the match in Milan. "It's true that Napoli is favorite because of the fixture list but matches have to be won. I have seen a lot in football ... anything can happen." Earlier, Ciro Immobile scored twice as Lazio beat Sampdoria 4-0 to keep pace with Roma and ahead of Inter Milan in the race for Champions League spots. Lazio remained level on points with third-place Roma and a point ahead of Inter, which struggled but won 2-1 at Chievo Verona. None of the teams can catch either Napoli or Juventus. Maurizio Sarri leads the celebrations on the touchline Credit: Reuters Napoli were aiming to boost its dream of a first title since Diego Maradona led the southern club to its only two Serie A championships in 1987 and 1990. Around 2,000 fans had escorted the team bus to the airport in Naples on Saturday. "Tonight is a feeling that only those who have been with us since yesterday can fully understand," Sarri said. "It's an enormous satisfaction. We are the only team which represents an entire population, because we are the only one which comes from a big city that only has one team. "We gave our fans a huge joy today that goes above and beyond the standings." Abbiamo vinto �� ⚽️ #JuveNapoli 0-1 pic.twitter.com/gfOIe5DyNz— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) 22 April 2018 Juventus was dealt an early blow when key defender Giorgio Chiellini limped off in the 10th minute and was replaced by Stephan Lichtsteiner. Allegri later revealed Chiellini would miss Saturday's match at Inter. Napoli pressed high but struggled to find a way through the Bianconeri back line and it was Juventus which went closest in the 17th minute as Miralem Pjanic's free kick took a deflection off Jose Callejon to leave Pepe Reina stranded but the ball bounced off the right post. The Allianz Stadium was briefly silenced shortly before halftime when Lorenzo Insigne had the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out for offside. Napoli was camped out in the Juventus half for much of the second period but never really tested Gianluigi Buffon until Koulibaly headed in a corner in the 89th minute.
Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late winner to help Napoli win 1-0 at Juventus and reignite the Serie A title race on Sunday. Napoli trailed Juventus by six points last weekend but the Bianconeri drew at Crotone midweek, and two straight wins for Maurizio Sarri's team slashed the lead to a solitary point with four rounds left. "We have always believed in the title, we have to continue like this and believe in ourselves until the end," Koulibaly said. It was Juve's first league defeat at home since a 2-1 loss to Lazio in October. Its last Serie A defeat in Turin before that was in August 2015. "Winning here was practically mission impossible, we can be happy because we have played against a great team which hasn't lost at home for so long," Koulibaly said. Juventus arguably has the tougher run-in as it faces Champions League-chasing Inter and Roma as well as Bologna and Hellas Verona. "Yet another twist in the most compelling of Serie A seasons!" • Tears of joy �� • Limbs everywhere �� • Fist pumping �� Just look at what it means to Napoli after a massive, massive win in Turin. pic.twitter.com/TjwrYsLx0K— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 22 April 2018 Napoli plays Fiorentina, Torino, Sampdoria and Crotone. "We mustn't make calculations, they're useless," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "We just have to put this defeat behind us and prepare for the match in Milan. "It's true that Napoli is favorite because of the fixture list but matches have to be won. I have seen a lot in football ... anything can happen." Earlier, Ciro Immobile scored twice as Lazio beat Sampdoria 4-0 to keep pace with Roma and ahead of Inter Milan in the race for Champions League spots. Lazio remained level on points with third-place Roma and a point ahead of Inter, which struggled but won 2-1 at Chievo Verona. None of the teams can catch either Napoli or Juventus. Maurizio Sarri leads the celebrations on the touchline Credit: Reuters Napoli were aiming to boost its dream of a first title since Diego Maradona led the southern club to its only two Serie A championships in 1987 and 1990. Around 2,000 fans had escorted the team bus to the airport in Naples on Saturday. "Tonight is a feeling that only those who have been with us since yesterday can fully understand," Sarri said. "It's an enormous satisfaction. We are the only team which represents an entire population, because we are the only one which comes from a big city that only has one team. "We gave our fans a huge joy today that goes above and beyond the standings." Abbiamo vinto �� ⚽️ #JuveNapoli 0-1 pic.twitter.com/gfOIe5DyNz— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) 22 April 2018 Juventus was dealt an early blow when key defender Giorgio Chiellini limped off in the 10th minute and was replaced by Stephan Lichtsteiner. Allegri later revealed Chiellini would miss Saturday's match at Inter. Napoli pressed high but struggled to find a way through the Bianconeri back line and it was Juventus which went closest in the 17th minute as Miralem Pjanic's free kick took a deflection off Jose Callejon to leave Pepe Reina stranded but the ball bounced off the right post. The Allianz Stadium was briefly silenced shortly before halftime when Lorenzo Insigne had the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out for offside. Napoli was camped out in the Juventus half for much of the second period but never really tested Gianluigi Buffon until Koulibaly headed in a corner in the 89th minute.
Tears of joy as Napoli reignite Serie A title race with last-gasp win at Juventus
Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late winner to help Napoli win 1-0 at Juventus and reignite the Serie A title race on Sunday. Napoli trailed Juventus by six points last weekend but the Bianconeri drew at Crotone midweek, and two straight wins for Maurizio Sarri's team slashed the lead to a solitary point with four rounds left. "We have always believed in the title, we have to continue like this and believe in ourselves until the end," Koulibaly said. It was Juve's first league defeat at home since a 2-1 loss to Lazio in October. Its last Serie A defeat in Turin before that was in August 2015. "Winning here was practically mission impossible, we can be happy because we have played against a great team which hasn't lost at home for so long," Koulibaly said. Juventus arguably has the tougher run-in as it faces Champions League-chasing Inter and Roma as well as Bologna and Hellas Verona. "Yet another twist in the most compelling of Serie A seasons!" • Tears of joy �� • Limbs everywhere �� • Fist pumping �� Just look at what it means to Napoli after a massive, massive win in Turin. pic.twitter.com/TjwrYsLx0K— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 22 April 2018 Napoli plays Fiorentina, Torino, Sampdoria and Crotone. "We mustn't make calculations, they're useless," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "We just have to put this defeat behind us and prepare for the match in Milan. "It's true that Napoli is favorite because of the fixture list but matches have to be won. I have seen a lot in football ... anything can happen." Earlier, Ciro Immobile scored twice as Lazio beat Sampdoria 4-0 to keep pace with Roma and ahead of Inter Milan in the race for Champions League spots. Lazio remained level on points with third-place Roma and a point ahead of Inter, which struggled but won 2-1 at Chievo Verona. None of the teams can catch either Napoli or Juventus. Maurizio Sarri leads the celebrations on the touchline Credit: Reuters Napoli were aiming to boost its dream of a first title since Diego Maradona led the southern club to its only two Serie A championships in 1987 and 1990. Around 2,000 fans had escorted the team bus to the airport in Naples on Saturday. "Tonight is a feeling that only those who have been with us since yesterday can fully understand," Sarri said. "It's an enormous satisfaction. We are the only team which represents an entire population, because we are the only one which comes from a big city that only has one team. "We gave our fans a huge joy today that goes above and beyond the standings." Abbiamo vinto �� ⚽️ #JuveNapoli 0-1 pic.twitter.com/gfOIe5DyNz— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) 22 April 2018 Juventus was dealt an early blow when key defender Giorgio Chiellini limped off in the 10th minute and was replaced by Stephan Lichtsteiner. Allegri later revealed Chiellini would miss Saturday's match at Inter. Napoli pressed high but struggled to find a way through the Bianconeri back line and it was Juventus which went closest in the 17th minute as Miralem Pjanic's free kick took a deflection off Jose Callejon to leave Pepe Reina stranded but the ball bounced off the right post. The Allianz Stadium was briefly silenced shortly before halftime when Lorenzo Insigne had the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out for offside. Napoli was camped out in the Juventus half for much of the second period but never really tested Gianluigi Buffon until Koulibaly headed in a corner in the 89th minute.
Inter's Mauro Icardi, right, scores during a Serie A soccer match between Chievo and Inter Milan at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Sunday, April 22, 2018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
Napoli snatches 1-0 win at Juventus to reignite title race
Inter's Mauro Icardi, right, scores during a Serie A soccer match between Chievo and Inter Milan at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Sunday, April 22, 2018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti sports a red sign on his face as part of an initiative aimed at raising public awareness of violence against women, prior to the Serie A soccer match between Inter and Chievo Verona, at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 20018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
Napoli snatches 1-0 win at Juventus to reignite title race
Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti sports a red sign on his face as part of an initiative aimed at raising public awareness of violence against women, prior to the Serie A soccer match between Inter and Chievo Verona, at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 20018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
Inter's Ivan Perisic, right, celebrates with his teammate Yann Karamoh after he scored during a Serie A soccer match between Chievo and Inter Milan at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Sunday, April 22, 2018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
Napoli snatches 1-0 win at Juventus to reignite title race
Inter's Ivan Perisic, right, celebrates with his teammate Yann Karamoh after he scored during a Serie A soccer match between Chievo and Inter Milan at the Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Sunday, April 22, 2018. (Filippo Venezia/ANSA via AP)
<p>Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti</p>
Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti

Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti

<p>Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti</p>
Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti

Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti

Luciano Spalletti said Inter need to show character, courage and responsibility as they aim for a top-four finish in Serie A.
Inter gave up against Chievo, admits Spalletti
Luciano Spalletti said Inter need to show character, courage and responsibility as they aim for a top-four finish in Serie A.
<p>Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt</p>
Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt

Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt

<p>Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt</p>
Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt

Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt

Mauro Icardi thought his goal in Inter&#39;s 2-1 win over Chievo had been ruled offside but the video assistant referee overturned the decision.
Chievo 1 Inter 2: Icardi grateful to VAR as Nerazzurri remain in top-four hunt
Mauro Icardi thought his goal in Inter's 2-1 win over Chievo had been ruled offside but the video assistant referee overturned the decision.
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s Ivan Perisic (R) celebrates with teammates Mauro Icardi (C) and Yann Karamoh (L) after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Ivan Perisic (R) celebrates with teammates Mauro Icardi (C) and Yann Karamoh (L) after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Ivan Perisic (R) celebrates with teammates Mauro Icardi (C) and Yann Karamoh (L) after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s Mauro Icardi (3-R) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Mauro Icardi (3-R) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Mauro Icardi (3-R) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s Mauro Icardi (L) scores a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Mauro Icardi (L) scores a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's Mauro Icardi (L) scores a goal during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s goalkeeper Samir Handanovic gestures during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's goalkeeper Samir Handanovic gestures during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's goalkeeper Samir Handanovic gestures during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo&#39;s Perparim Hetemaj (down) and Inter&#39;s Rafinha in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Perparim Hetemaj (down) and Inter's Rafinha in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Perparim Hetemaj (down) and Inter's Rafinha in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo&#39;s Emanuele Giaccherini (L) and Inter&#39;s Danilo D&#39;Ambrosio in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Emanuele Giaccherini (L) and Inter's Danilo D'Ambrosio in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Emanuele Giaccherini (L) and Inter's Danilo D'Ambrosio in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter&#39;s coach Luciano Spalletti has a red mark on his cheek before the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. Serie A players painted their cheeks with a red mark to say no to violence against women. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti has a red mark on his cheek before the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. Serie A players painted their cheeks with a red mark to say no to violence against women. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Inter's coach Luciano Spalletti has a red mark on his cheek before the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. Serie A players painted their cheeks with a red mark to say no to violence against women. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo&#39;s Ivan Radovanovic (R) and Inter&#39;s Ivan Perisic in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Ivan Radovanovic (R) and Inter's Ivan Perisic in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
Verona (Italy), 22/04/2018.- Chievo's Ivan Radovanovic (R) and Inter's Ivan Perisic in action during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and FC Inter at Bentegodi stadium in Verona, Italy, 22 April 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/FILIPPO VENEZIA
The goalkeeper had a glittering career at the highest level of the game having won the UEFA Champions League with the Italian side in 2010
Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football
The goalkeeper had a glittering career at the highest level of the game having won the UEFA Champions League with the Italian side in 2010
<p>Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football</p>
Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football

Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football

<p>Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football</p>
Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football

Former Inter and Brazil star Julio Cesar retires from football

Cesar kept a clean sheet on Saturday night at the historic Maracana stadium as his team beat America 2-0 in the second round of the Brazilian championship.
Former Brazil, Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar retires from football at boyhood club Flamengo
Cesar kept a clean sheet on Saturday night at the historic Maracana stadium as his team beat America 2-0 in the second round of the Brazilian championship.

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