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Ninety seconds with ... Christian Vieri

Published: Saturday 1 December 2012, 13.12CET
"The anthem is beautiful, the stadiums are full and there is always a nice atmosphere," Christian Vieri tells UEFA.com about the UEFA Champions League in a quick-fire chat.
by Francesco Corda
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Published: Saturday 1 December 2012, 13.12CET

Ninety seconds with ... Christian Vieri

"The anthem is beautiful, the stadiums are full and there is always a nice atmosphere," Christian Vieri tells UEFA.com about the UEFA Champions League in a quick-fire chat.

Christian Vieri experienced UEFA Champions League football with AC Milan, FC Internazionale Milano and Juventus, with whom he reached the 1997 final.

In the latest in our series of quick-fire 90-second video interviews with football's big names, Vieri speaks to UEFA.com about playing in the competition, his most memorable night in the UEFA Champions League and his feelings about the tournament. "It was always very emotional," says the 39-year-old former Italy forward. "The anthem is beautiful, the stadiums are sold out and there is always a nice atmosphere."

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