Swedish Professional, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is of a strong belief that Serie A giants, AC Milan can end Juventus' Scudetti dominance after an outstanding performance that ensured a 2-1 win over Inter Milan on Friday, 17th October, 2020.
The striker placed AC Milan 2-0 up in 16 minutes, before Romelu Lukaku could pull a goal for Inter before the half-time. It was a tough and interesting game, putting AC Milan three points ahead of Atalanta through four games. Ibrahimovic sees no reason why Milan cannot regain the title they last won in 2011 before Juventus' streak of nine successive Scudetti.
Speaking with Sky Sports Italian, He says AC Milan is at the beginning and that since he arrived, the club has being doing great, especially after the Coronavirus Lockdown. He also adds that the team is growing rapidly and that the psychology of players is great. In his opinion, "Scudetto is a sure possibility but it is still a long road."
Will they win a Scudetti this year?!
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