The Italian Inter Milan team led by Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, on this day in 2010, succeeded in eliminating Spanish team Barcelona From the Champions League competition, Barcelona, under the leadership of Pep Guardiola, won an insufficient victory against Inter Milan, with a goal for free, in the match held between them on April 28, 2010, at the “Camp Nou” stadium, in the away leg of the Champions League semi-finals .
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique scored a great goal at the Inter Milan second leg in the Champions League, but this came too late to save the situation, as it was recorded in the 84th minute of the meeting, and the Blaugrana lost 1 – 3 in the first leg.
Inter Milan finished the game with Barcelona with ten men after referee Thiago Motta was sent off.
Inter Milan decided to qualify for the final of the Champions League with aggregate 3-2, while Barcelona bid farewell to the competition at home and among its fans, and later crowned the title at the expense of Bayern Munich in the season that Mourinho ended with achieving the historical trio after winning the League and Cup in Italy.
Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, Inter Milan coach at the time, and the current coach of Tottenham Hotspur, celebrated hysterically after the end of the team’s match against Barcelona and the last exclusion from the Champions League, where he took place on the field and provoke Barcelona fans with violent phrases and words while Victor Valdes wanted the former Barcelona keeper Calm him and keep him off the stands.