Music was played at a high volume during Inter‘s title celebrations at San Siro on Monday in an attempt to mute chants from Curva Nord.

Inter became Serie A champions for the 20th time on Monday after beating their city rivals Milan 2-1 at San Siro.

On paper, it was a home game for the Rossoneri, so a loud minority of Nerazzurri supporters, circa 7,500, remained in Curva Nord to celebrate with players after the final whistle.

However, it is fair to say Milan didn’t enjoy celebrations from their city rivals in their home. After the final whistle, the Rossoneri played disco and techno music at high volume, and it became louder and louder as celebrations from their rivals dragged on.

A few minutes earlier, just before the final whistle, Milan ultras in Curva Sud had trolled their city rivals by unveiling a Juventus banner coloured in blue and black and a message that read: “You lose final, steal leagues. You’ve become everything you always hated.”

Inter have now won the 20th title in history, so they’ll get a second star on their chests from

2 thought on “How Milan tried to mute Inter’s title celebrations”
  1. Albert still needs to become a man, he hasn’t yet , MY GUESS IS HE NEVER WILL. FORZA INTER

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