Bayern Munich Vs. Inter Milan, 2011 UEFA Champions League: Defenders Trade Yellow Cards, Score Remains 2-1 (3-1), Bayern

We're now 10 minutes into the second half, and Inter Milan still looks incapable of defending their title. Bayern Munich is not only up two, 3-1, but they're dominating possession, and as the match progresses they seem more willing to play patiently, a slight change some a style that normally sees them aggressive they to utilize their star winger players.

In the 57th minute, however, Inter was granted a chance, with Breno earning a yellow card after he brought down Goran Pandev 38 yards from goal. Wesley Sneijder drove a ball toward the center of the area, hoping for some brilliant randomness. The ball came out to the right of goal, from where Inter eventually moved it back down and around to the left, play a ball into space near the left corner of the six-yard box. There, Thomas Kraft came out to cover the ball.

Since, Inter has been unable to build any positive momentum, with Lucio drawing a yellow card after he took down a Bayern player in midfield, preventing a break-out. As the hour approaches in Munich, the score remains 3-1, Bayern.

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