Former Inter right back Maicon remembered the Nerazzurri’s Treble winning season earlier today, discussing the final league game of that season against Siena in a video posted on Inter’s Twitter page.

“It was a hard but unforgettable match. On 16 May 2010, Siena-Inter. It was definitely our second step towards the conquest of the Treble. Always Forza Inter!”

The Brazilian full back spent six years of his career with the Nerazzurri from 2006 to 2012, winning four league titles with the club in that time, as well as two Coppa Italia and the Champions League, amongst other trophies. He made 249 career appearances for Inter in his six years at the club, scoring 20 goals and providing 50 assists.

Maicon was a core part of coach Jose Mourinho’s squad in the 2009/10 Treble winning campaign, missing only five games all season.

The Brazilian right back made 52 appearances across all competitions that season, for a total of 4582 minutes. In that time, he scored seven goals and provided 12 assists, including scoring a crucial goal against Barcelona in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals.