Brazilâ€™s SC Internacional de Porto Alegre trafficked to a FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2006 as champions of South America, harbouring dreams of tellurian glory. In their approach stood a challenging giant: FC Barcelona, armed to a teeth with superstars such as Andres Iniesta, Deco and, of course, Brazilian titan Ronaldinho.
Faced with a daunting task, few could have illusory Internacional would continue a epoch of Brazilian prevalence during a contest â€“ with Corinthians (2000) and Sao Paulo (2005) carrying been crowned before them â€“ by pipping BarÃ§a to a title. But they did, interjection to Adriano Gabiru concealment arguably a many famous idea in a clubâ€™s history. This is their story.
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