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AC Milan fans trap players - reports

November 24, 2013
By ESPN staff

Angry AC Milan supporters have reportedly prevented players leaving the San Siro and demanded a meeting with the team after the 1-1 draw with Genoa.

Alessandro Matri consoles Mario Balotelli after his first-half penalty miss against Genoa.
GettyImagesFans have reportedly prevented Ac Milan players leaving the San Siro..

• Paul: Wasteful Milan

Milan slipped further down the Serie A table after two early strikes to Kaka and Genoa’s Alberto Gilardino split the spoils.

Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin was the hero on the day, repelling all of Milan’s attacks including a Mario Balotelli penalty.

The result means that Massimiliano Allegri’s men have now gone five matches in the league without a win.

And according to reports, supporters from San Siro’s Curva Sud blocked the exits following the full-time whistle, demanding talks with the Allegri and the players about the club’s current plight.

"These players don't know what sacrifice is. They have so much money, while people like us work hard for them," a Curva Sud spokesperson told reporters.

The fans had earlier unfurled a banner proclaiming "Let's meet by the exit you unworthy lot", while after the match, Kaka and Christian Abbiati reportedly tried to meet a section of the supporters.

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