Champions League final: Inter chief Javier Zanetti is last-man standing from Mourinho Class of 2010
A lot has changed since Inter Milan last contested a Champions League final.
In the 13 years which have followed, the Italian club has experienced a takeover at board level, financial difficulties, a fall from grace and an eventual return to the top as Serie A champions in 2021.
When Jose Mourinho guided them to European glory on that famous night in 2010, sealing an unprecedented Treble in the process, Inter were on top of the world at the Bernabeu. Yet the Portuguese's almost immediate departure for Real Madrid and that very stadium marked the beginning of a rollercoaster ride in Milan.
More than a decade later they are finally back in a Champions League final, though this time Inter are aiming to thwart a Treble rather than win one themselves as they take on Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Unlike in 2010, when Mourinho's side rocked up in Madrid as clear favourites after dumping out Guardiola's Barcelona in the semi-finals, Inter are heavy outsiders heading into thisshowdown with the English champions, who have dreams of matching arch-rivals Manchester United's historic Treble win of 1998-99.