The Italian Job in the Champions League final

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Two elements of the Italian game seem to have played two very different roles in the Chelsea vs Bayern Champions League final.
Roberto Di Matteo’s catenaccio style layered defense that stretched Bayern worked to perfection while Jupp Heynckes decision to pull Thomas Mueller in the 84th minute to preserve a one goal lead proved disastrous.

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