Football giants face off at the National Stadium
Inter Milan players Tommaso Berni and Federico Valietti brewed up a storm and made their own Singaporean-style coffee at Coffee Break in Amoy Street Food Centre.
Calling all football lovers: celebrate the beautiful game on Singapore soil with the International Champions Cup.
Singapore became the first-ever Southeast Asian country to host a leg of the International Champions Cup (ICC). The inaugural edition did not disappoint, with riveting matches that saw three of European football titans faced off in front of a crowd of more than 104,000. Bundesliga giants FC Bayern Munich, English Premier League champions Chelsea FC and Serie A legends FC Internazionale Milano battled it out at the Singapore National Stadium in a round-robin, three-match tournament.
The final game saw Italian legends Internazionale Milano, take on the Blues in a tightly fought game to close out the tournament on a high. Eventually, the Nerazzuri stormed to a 2-1 victory to bring home the coveted cup.
Beyond the pitch, the players immersed themselves in local Singapore culture as Inter Milan players Federico Valietti and Tommaso Berni tried their hand brewing a cup of local kopi (coffee) at Coffee Break in Amoy Street Food Centre.
Bayern Munich powerhouse Hasan Salihamidzic dropped in at Kim Choo boutique along East Coast Road, where he sampled signature dishes of the Peranakans (Straits-born people of Chinese and Malay/Indonesian heritage indigenous to the region). Not only is he fleet of foot, but he also displayed a deft hand at wrapping traditional rice dumplings, amazing all with his culinary skills.