Adriano Galliani claims he saw a bit of Arrigo Sacchi's Milan in last night's 3-0 win over Napoli in a match billed as a title decider at San Siro.
The Rossoneri put on a sensational second half display with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato and Kevin-Prince Boateng getting amongst the goals.
"What I saw seemed like the Milan of 20 years ago," Galliani said. "It was a fundamental game. We knew that.
"Now we have another one on Saturday. The team played well. Napoli had one shot at goal, which was saved practically by Christian Abbiati.
"Marek Jankulovski was a big surprise. He did more than an hour very well. He played great after being out for a long time.
"I liked Mark Van Bommel a lot.
"We have stretched the table wonderfully. We are top of the League with a five-point gap on second place.
"Up until this point we had a three-point advantage on second place. Now we have five.
"We have been top for many months. Now there are 11 games in front of us."
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