- Nov 15, 2019
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Samuel Eto’o believes Inter‘s Champions League triumph in 2009-10 should inspire Cameroon to win the World Cup in Qatar.
The ex-Nerazzurri striker is in Milan to present a friendly match that will take place at Milan’s Stadio Meazza on May 23. Many football legends will attend the event, including Leo Messi, Francesco Totti and Andrea Pirlo.
“I didn’t think I had the chance to play here again, but football is about surprises. I will be back here [San Siro] with many former teammates,” he told FCinternews.
“We usually meet somewhere else, not on the pitch. It will be a chance to speak the same language together.
“If a journalist wants to play, he can. Seriously. I think football belongs to everybody: journalists, players and staff members. Everyone must enjoy football.”
Eto’o was asked if he believes Inter can still win the title. Inzaghi’s men are two points behind their city rivals Milan, with three games remaining. The Nerazzurri host Empoli at the Stadio Meazza today.
“Inter are one of the most important teams, I don’t see why they shouldn’t win the title,” the former striker said.
“They have a winning mentality and until the last moment, everything is possible. I hope they’ll win.”
Eto’o joined José Mourinho’s Inter in 2009 and won the treble in his first season at the club. He remained at the Stadio for two seasons, leaving the club in August 2011. He scored 53 goals in 102 appearances with Inter and has recently been named President of the Cameroon FA.
The former striker mentioned Inter’s treble-winning campaign, saying that his national team could go against all odds and win the World Cup in Qatar by following their example.
“You don’t need to have aliens in your team to win the World Cup,” he claimed.
“You need good preparation, a strong mentality, and craziness. I won a few trophies in my career and I always offer Inter as an example. In 2009, nobody thought we could win [the Champions League] and José Mourinho did something incredible with a group of men and warriors. I’d like to see something similar in my Cameroon.”