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Inca
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1-0 right now, penalty just given for Milan.

Bayern's Ismael has been crap.

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Shevchenko with a horrendous penalty!
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And Shevchenko responds with a great goal--2-0.
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I believe he has form for it.
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'That looks like good night for Bayern' says the BBC commentator of the second Milan goal. Bit excitable, perhaps.
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Ah, I was thinking the first leg had finished 1-0 to Bayern, for some reason. Perhaps it isn't looking too good for Bayern after all.
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Surprise surprise--howler from Dida, spilled a free kick to Ismael.
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It's 4-1 now.

My god, Milan are playing great right now.

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4-1.

Surely Milan can't throw away a 3 goal lead in the time that's left eh?

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Nah, not this time...
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hahahaha
scant consolation for yesterday, but still

hahahaha

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I think Pippo*'s second may be one of my favorite goals of all time. Bayern fails to clear with two defenders sliding back, Pippo scuffs his shot, which totally forces Kahn to the ground, the ball sits up perfectly for Pippo to practically seal carry into the net. The only thing that would have made it better is if he had stepped on Kahn after scoring.

(*I'm not claiming any familiarity, I'm just not sure how to spell Inzaghi.)

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The first time I saw it, I thought Inzaghi did that on purpose--it was just so perfect, the way the ball rose up and to the left to meet his head. What a great fluke.

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The only thing that would have made it better is if he had stepped on Kahn after scoring.
Damn, that's cold.
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Not really, but it would have been funny.
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Shouldn't Kahn have been booked for his verbal assault on Schevchenko after the penalty? He went out of his way to insult the poor man who had enough on his plate at the time.

Can I just add that the Austrian commentator seemed to be saying "Nazi Milan" all the time. Must be the accent.

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