NEWS
Wednesday March 9 2011
Line-ups: All-attack Milan face Spurs

Gareth Bale is on the bench, but Kevin-Prince Boateng starts with Alexandre Pato, Robinho, Clarence Seedorf and Zlatan Ibrahimovic at White Hart Lane.

Milan need to overturn a 1-0 first leg defeat at San Siro, but have to completely revamp their midfield against Tottenham.

Gennaro Gattuso is suspended following his fracas with Joe Jordan, joining the cup-tied Antonio Cassano, Mark Van Bommel and Urby Emanuelson.

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Tassotti: 'Milan emergency against Spurs'

Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti feels they can get past Tottenham “even if we are in an emergency situation.”

The Rossoneri lost the first leg 1-0 on home turf and travel to White Hart Lane this evening without Gennaro Gattuso, Massimo Ambrosini, Andrea Pirlo, Pippo Inzaghi or the cup-tied Antonio Cassano, Mark Van Bommel and Urby Emanuelson.

“We need to be balanced,” said Tassotti. “As long as the game is on 0-0, it will be balanced.”

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Dawson: 'Milan forced Spurs back'

Tottenham stars Michael Dawson and Peter Crouch acknowledge Milan “forced us to sit back” in a tense second leg.

Spurs are notorious for their attacking approach and had won all their Champions League home games, but were fortunate to escape with a goalless draw at White Hart Lane, beating the Rossoneri 1-0 on aggregate.

“Winning ugly? Definitely. The first half performance was back to walls, but we worked our socks off. Same in the second half. Look at it now, it's rocking,” Dawson told ITV.

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Redknapp: 'Milan made Tottenham work'

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp concedes “Milan made it difficult for us to get near them with that fantastic ability in their team.”

The 1-0 first leg victory proved crucial, as the Rossoneri dominated at White Hart Lane, but were unable to break the deadlock.

“It's a great night for the players, the fans and everyone. We're delighted,” he told ITV.

“It was hard work out there tonight, Milan are a good side and you can see why they're a great club with the tradition of winning the Champions League.

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Flamini: 'We dominated Spurs'

Mathieu Flamini was “sad” at Milan's Champions League exit. “We spent the entire match in Tottenham's half.”

The Rossoneri dominated at White Hart Lane, but were unable to recover from their 1-0 first leg defeat.

“We were here to earn qualification and it did not arrive, so we are sad, as we gave our all and the goal did not come,” said the midfielder.

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Ibra: 'Milan were the better team'

“Over two legs Tottenham had one shot on goal and scored,” said Zlatan Ibrahimovic. “The best team doesn't always win.”

Milan exited the Champions League with their heads held high after having by far the better of the play at White Hart Lane, but went out 1-0 on aggregate.

“We played well, but didn't get the goal, which was the only thing we were lacking this evening,” said the Swede.

“Over two legs Tottenham had one shot on goal and scored. The best team doesn't always win.

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Wednesday March 9 2011
Pato: 'Milan dominated in London'

Alexandre Pato feels “it is tough to go out like this after dominating the game” at White Hart Lane.

Milan had by far the better chances and possession, but couldn't overturn their 1-0 first leg defeat against Tottenham.

“It is tough to go out like this after dominating the game and doing so well,” said ‘The Duck.'

“What we needed was a goal and we didn't get it. We played well, but without the scoreline, it's all irrelevant in the end.

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Tuesday March 8 2011
Boateng shock Spurs comeback

“It is very probable” Kevin-Prince Boateng will be on the pitch against Tottenham tomorrow, said Milan chief Adriano Galliani.

The Ghana international was thought to be out of action after limping off at half-time during Saturday's 1-0 win at Juventus.

He was diagnosed with a sprained ankle, but is making a remarkable recovery and trained with his teammates today.

“I was not at Milanello this morning, but from the news I hear, it is very probable Boateng will be on the field tomorrow,” revealed Vice-President Galliani.

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Tuesday March 8 2011
Allegri has Boateng quandary

Max Allegri hints that Kevin-Prince Boateng “has a good chance of starting” at White Hart Lane tomorrow, “but the formation depends on him.”

Milan have to overturn a 1-0 first leg defeat to Tottenham and thought they'd be without the Ghana international when he limped off with a sprained knee during Saturday's win at Juventus.

“Boateng has one more night to go and we have to see how he's feeling tomorrow morning, but he has a good chance of starting,” said the Coach in his pre-match Press conference.

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Monday March 7 2011
Bale fit for Milan tie

Tottenham have received a boost ahead of Milan's visit to White Hart Lane this week, as Gareth Bale appears to be fit again.

The Wales international played the last 20 minutes of Spurs' 3-3 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux on Sunday.

Milan have reason to fear Bale after he scored a hat-trick against Inter at San Siro in the Champions League earlier this season.

A bad back kept Baloe out of the first leg of Tottenham's second round clash with Milan last month, but the Premier League outfit still won 1-0.

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