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Manchester United contra Bayern Munich 1998/99

Este si que fue un tremendo partido entre los mejores del mundo. Nunca se ha visto un partido, un campeonato, que se ha decido asi en los últimos 2 minutos! Ojalá que haiga otro partido asi este año!
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