AC Milan will have their biggest crowd in a while supporting them at San Siro on Friday night against Udinese, according to a report.
The Rossoneri are in big need of another win after dropping points against bottom-placed side last Saturday. Milan surrendered an early lead thanks to a Junior Messias goal to trail heading into the final stages, before Ante Rebic’s shot from distance earned a point.
A loss for Inter and a draw for Napoli meant that the two dropped points went unpunished but it served as a reminder that every game provides challenges, and Stefano Pioli revealed in his pre-match press conference that he is expecting a big response.
According to MilanNews, there is a lot of anticipation and excitement for tomorrow’s match between Milan and Udinese and the number of tickets sold has gone past the 50,000 mark, while it is worth noting that the capacity limit set by the government is at 75%.