Video: Inter Milan Singing “Inter Bells” is the Cringiest Thing You’ll See This Christmas

Video: Inter Milan Singing “Inter Bells” is the Cringiest Thing You’ll See This Christmas

Inter Milan may be sitting just two points off the top of Serie A, but the club’s recent good form fails to excuse a very questionable move into Christmas carolling.

Luciano Spalletti has worked wonders since moving to the San Siro in the summer, with Inter already just 20 points short of last season’s disappointing haul, when the club finish in a miserable 7th place in the league.

And with Inter finally applying a bit of pressure on Juventus and Napoli at the top of the table, the club’s social media team clearly felt the time was right to spread a bit of Christmas cheer.

So, without further adieu, we help bring you Inter’s peculiar version of Jingle Bells, featuring club legend Javier Zanetti, current skipper Mauro Icardi and Japan international Yuto Nagatomo:



Inter have been on such a strong run in recent games that Spaletti told reporters that his team had forgotten what it felt like to lose prior to their 3-1 home defeat to Udinese earlier this month.

Perhaps on the evidence above, the team should stick to the day job!


Staff Editor

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