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Post derby techno music. Palmeri: “High volume and only Inter on the pitch”

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Post derby techno music.  Palmeri: “High volume and only Inter on the pitch”

The Sportitalia correspondent explained what happened at the end of the derby with deafening music playing from the speakers while the Nerazzurri celebrated on the pitch

Most of the Inter fans heard the deafening music playing San Siro at the end of the race between Milan e Inter, with the Rossoneri playing at home, he thought about the fire hydrants Barcelona. They were activated then, at the end of the semi-final, while Mourinho ran to the Camp Nou under the sector of the Nerazzurri supporters.

Yesterday, at the end of the race, deafening techno music started playing, and even those watching the race on TV had a hard time hearing. It came from Milan’s milieu that very loud music would be played to ensure public order. But those who were at the stadium assure that while only Inter was left on the pitch to celebrate with the supporters who remained in the stadium, while the AC Milan supporters had already left the stands, the volume of the music was still very high.

Like Tancredi Palmeri, correspondent for Sportitalia, who says: “Discoscudetto: it’s 10.59pm, 16 minutes after the final whistle; the rest of the stadium has emptied, including the AC Milan side. The north curve remains to celebrate, the players still on the pitch for a short time. The techno music pumps even louder in the stadium before”. In short, public order didn’t really seem like a problem at that moment.

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