VIDEO | All our goals from the 2010/11 season


104 goals: from Pandev’s goal in the Super Cup to Milito’s strike in the Coppa Italia final

MILAN – One season, 57 games, 104 goals and three trophies. The 2010/11 season started for the Nerazzurri on 21 August 2010 with a 3-1 win in the Italian Super Cup against Roma at San Siro with Goran Pandev opening the scoring. That first match brought the first trophy. That season lasted 57 games and was enriched by two other triumphs: the Club World Cup with Inter on top of the world, and the Coppa Italia which closed the season on 29 May 2011. That final was also 3-1, with goals from Eto’o and Milito sealing the Nerazzurri’s seventh national cup triumph. Samuel Eto’o left his mark on that season: he turned up in all the big games and scored 37 goals in total.


  • 57 games played: 33 wins, ten draws, 14 defeats

  • 104 goals scored, 70 conceded

  • Most appearances: Samuel Eto’o 53, ahead of Javier Zanetti (52) and Lucio (47)

  • Top scorer: Samuel Eto’o 37 goals – 21 in the league, eight in the Champions League, five in the Coppa Italia, two in the Italian Super Cup and one in the Club World Cup

  • Placing: 2nd in Serie A, Champions League quarter-finals, Italian Super Cup winners, Club World Cup winners, Coppa Italia winners

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Tutti i gol della stagione 2010/2011

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