Milan Fans Have Bought 7000 Tickets Out Of 12000 Tickets Already Sold For This Weekend's Game Against Lazio

April 22, 2022

A Serie A clash with Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico should feel like an AC Milan home game. This was the result of protests by the home team's fans.

According to La Repubblica, which provides data on tickets sold so far for this weekend's match between the Rossoneri and the Biancoceleste. It was noted that the visitors' fans had already purchased more than half of the available tickets for the game.

Of the 12,000 tickets sold, around 7,000 were bought by Il Diavolo fans, meaning Stefano Pioli's side now feels more like a home game than the gloomy atmosphere that usually greets their visit to the capital.

Lazio's Curva Nord will be almost empty as Ultras announce they will not attend the match, as tickets for the most popular part of the stadium are 40 euros, the Tiber stand is 60 euros, plus 110 euros for tickets to the Monte Mario sector.

Milan certainly hopes this situation will give them the edge to maintain their top spot in Serie A while maintaining their hopes of winning the Scudetto this season. Also, Rafael Leao and his friends need to step up and regain their confidence after being slaughtered 3-0 by Inter in the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final this week.

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