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Eto'o calls on Inter to 'finish job'

Published: Thursday 1 April 2010, 0.41CET
Samuel Eto'o called on FC Internazionale Milano to "finish the job" next Tuesday after helping the Italian champions earn a 1-0 win in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final against PFC CSKA Moskva on Wednesday. "We deserved to score more but what counts is winning," he said. "We're looking forward to the return in Moscow. One-nil is a good result but 2-0 would have been better. We must now just concentrate on finishing the job on 6 April."

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Published: Thursday 1 April 2010, 0.41CET

Eto'o calls on Inter to 'finish job'

Samuel Eto'o called on FC Internazionale Milano to "finish the job" next Tuesday after helping the Italian champions earn a 1-0 win in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final against PFC CSKA Moskva on Wednesday. "We deserved to score more but what counts is winning," he said. "We're looking forward to the return in Moscow. One-nil is a good result but 2-0 would have been better. We must now just concentrate on finishing the job on 6 April."
Last updated: 01/04/10 0.52CET

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