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It's May 25 1967, we're at Lisbon's Estadio Nacional, and Celtic have just made history - defeating Italy's Inter Milan 2-1 to become the first British team to win the European Cup.Captain Billy McNeill - nicknamed Cesar because he resembled film star Cesar Romero - is exhausted, but still has the energy to lift the mighty trophy aloft.
Ninety-minutes of football which wrote the team's name in the record books.--
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