AC Milan are reportedly still expecting a decent crowd at San Siro for the first home game of the season despite Sunday’s dismal showing against Udinese.
The Rossoneri fell to a 1-0 defeat at the Stadio Friuli to begin the 2019-20 campaign in a game which saw very few positives.
The side failed to registed a single shot on target throughout the 90 minutes, something which has happened just five times in the last 10 years.
Marco Giampaolo is expected to ring the changes for the game against Brescia as Milan look to right the wrongs from the weekend, and a change in formation could also happen.
Either way, MilanNews.it reports that Milan supporters have ‘not lost their enthusiasm and confidence’ in Giampaolo’s new Milan.
As such, around 50,000 spectators are expected at San Siro for the game against Brescia, the report claims.
The average home attendance for the Rossoneri last season was 54,651 – the second highest in Serie A – as per worldfootball.
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