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Saturday May 14 2011
Boateng does the Moonwalk!

Kevin-Prince Boateng kept his promise and performed a Michael Jackson dance routine on the San Siro pitch during spectacular Scudetto celebrations!

The players all came out individually to accept the cheers of the crowd amid deafening music, followed by the management staff and Coach Massimiliano Allegri.

Having been given their gold medals, captain Massimo Ambrosini was last out to lift the Serie A trophy on the San Siro pitch amid fireworks, red and black confetti and champagne.

The squad then held up a giant club flag with the 18th title and paraded it all the way around the stadium.

There was also a large screen set up in Piazza Duomo for those supporters who couldn't get tickets to the 4-1 win over Cagliari, including one with a goat dressed in the Rossoneri strip!

The players brought their children out on to the field to join the celebrations.

The lights were dimmed and a giant white sheet placed on the field as a projector screen for the images of their Scudetto celebrations last week against Roma and a speech from President Silvio Berlusconi.

Each player was then celebrated with an individual image, his autograph and his shirt number projected on to the stadium.

Everyone was waiting for the moment that Boateng had pledged a few weeks ago – that he would do Jackson's Moonwalk dance on the San Siro pitch.

The lights went out and a spotlight picked out the Ghana international on a special podium, dressed in full Jackson outfit of sparkly black jacket, black trousers, white t-shirt and fedora hat placed over his face.

Boateng did a full dance routine as 'Billy Jean' played in the stadium, including Moonwalk and final twirl to throw his hat into the crowd.

The night concluded at around midnight local time with a spectacular fireworks display and light show inside the stadium.

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