Milan can no longer call themselves the most successful club in the world, as they are beaten by an Egyptian side.
President Silvio Berlusconi and CEO Adriano Galliani often trotted out the phrase, based on their 18 international trophies.
It can also be found written on the jerseys and on the side of the official team bus.
It was a record matched only by Argentina’s Boca Juniors, but as of last night this is no longer accurate.
Egyptian side Al Ahly won their sixth African Super Cup, which means they have 19 international trophies to their name.
It is now likely Milan will have to change their motto to ‘The most successful club in Europe.’
Al Ahly now top the world charts with 19 trophies, followed by Milan and Boca Juniors on 18, Independiente 16, Real Madrid 16 and Barcelona 14.
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