Posted On Friday, 19th April 2013
Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is aware that his AC Milan side must beat Juventus in its own backyard in the top-of-the-table clash on Sunday to stand any chance of finishing second in Serie A.
The Rossoneri must now fight to finish second in the league as their hopes of winning the Scudetto the title has faded very fast.
That is because Juventus’ 15-point advantage with only six games remaining makes it almost impossible for Milan to clinch the title
Boateng is concerned defeat at the Juventus Stadium would jeopardise prospects of playing Champions League football.
The Ghanaian was sent off as Juve claimed a 2-0 victory in last season’s meeting in Turin and he is particularly eager to reach the final whistle as part of the winning team.
“If we want to finish second then we will have to win in Turin. The team that makes the fewest errors will win the match, he told La Repubblica.
“The Juventus match will be a special game and no-one here needs any more encouragement going into it.”
Juvetus, who have Kwadwo Asamoah in their fold, require just seven points from the remaining games to guarantee the defence of its title