MILAN NEWS

Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez has praised Milan after the Rossoneri defeat the Spanish side 2-0 in the Champions League last night.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has insisted that the Rossoneri can 'go even further' in Europe and domestically after their win over Barcelona.
Gigi De Canio isn’t surprised by Milan’s interest in Genoa’s Andrea Bertolacci. “He’s destined for a big club.”
Pedro Rodriguez has questioned the referee in the loss to Milan, while teammates Dani Alves and Andres Iniesta saw faults in Barcelona’s own performance.
Lionel Messi has still not scored a goal past Italian opposition from open play after Barcelona’s 2-0 loss at Milan on Wednesday.
Adriano Galliani has urged supporters to remember what President Silvio Berlusconi has done for Milan after the 2-0 win against Barcelona.
Marcel Desailly says Milan’s win over Barcelona on Wednesday reminded him of the 1994 Champions League Final victory.
Milan full-back Kevin Constant has admitted that Barcelona are still in with a chance of qualifying for the last eight of the Champions League.
Giampaolo Pazzini insists that Milan have proved themselves to be a united side after the 2-0 win over Barcelona.
Andres Iniesta concedes Barcelona were “not on our game” after a 2-0 Champions League defeat away to Milan.
Riccardo Montolivo revealed Milan studied Barcelona carefully and succeeded in their plan to “make their possession sterile.”
Sulley Ali Muntari hailed his Milan teammates and “the most important goal of my career” after a 2-0 victory over Barcelona.
Barcelona assistant manager Jordi Roura admits they had more problems than expected at San Siro, but “we fully believe we can turn this around.”
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati admits he didn’t have to sweat against Barcelona, not really making a save.
Massimiliano Allegri praised his players for beating Barcelona 2-0 and revealed it was “a victory I believed in and nobody else did.”
Gerard Pique admits Barcelona had “no excuses” for their 2-0 defeat to Milan. “When they scored first, we lost control.”
Massimo Ambrosini warns Milan would be “making a terrible mistake” if they thought the 2-0 victory was enough to eliminate Barcelona.
Milan were clinical to wait for the right moment, as they beat Barcelona 2-0 with goals from Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte is in the stands for Milan-Barcelona and revealed how he would tackle Leo Messi.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti explains how they’ll take on Barcelona tonight. “We must do well to use every space for the counter-attack.”