Legendary Inter midfielder Esteban Cambiasso has thanked those who voted him into Inter’s Hall Of Fame as part of the class of 2020.
Cambiasso has joined the Hall of Fame, which is in its third year of existence, alongside fellow treble winning heroes Julio Cesar and Diego Milito as well as legendary former Inter captain Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Bergomi.
The former Argentine national team player, who joined the club from Spanish powerhouses Real Madrid in 2004, is the third midfielder to be inducted into the Inter Hall of Fame following Lothar Matthaus in 2018 and Dejan Stankovic in 2019.
Cambiasso spent a decade with Inter and during his time with the club he made 430 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he scored 51 goals.
During the course of his 10 years in Nerazzurri, he won five Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia, four Supercoppa Italiana, one Champions League and one Club World Cup.
In an interview with Inter’s official club website, Cambiasso said: “I’d like to thank all the Inter fans who’ve allowed me to enter into the Hall of Fame: now my name sits alongside some of the greatest players to have ever honoured this shirt. What an honour! Forza Inter forever!”