AC Milan are expected to have another bumper crowd at San Siro for tomorrow’s game against Salernitana, according to a report.
Milan put defeats against Fiorentina and Sassuolo behind them with a 3-0 win over Genoa on Wednesday night as a Junior Messias brace followed a Zlatan Ibrahimovic free-kick, with the gap to Napoli in first back to a point after they slipped up.
That keeps the Rossoneri firmly in the pack chasing for the Scudetto, and MilanNews writes that – after the 53,000 tickets sold for at Milan-Sassuolo on 28 November – Milan are heading for 45,000 supporters expected tomorrow at San Siro for Milan-Salernitana.
That means that the total numbers of Rossoneri fans present at the last two home games will be close to 100,000 – a number that shows the amount of enthusiasm that supporters have for the team given their good start to the campaign.
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Wish i could be there 😍