March 15, the second round of the UEFA Champions League 1/8 final, Porto vs. Inter Milan, the first half has already passed
Kick off, but there are still many Inter Milan fans outside the stadium who did not enter.
Inter Milan 1-0 Porto in the first round, which gave Inter Milan a certain advantage in this game.
Football-italia reports that after hours of tense negotiations, all but 150 Inter fans will be allowed into the stadium to watch tonight’s Champions League match with Porto, but they will not be able to carry Nerazzurri scarves or flags.
There have been fears that the roughly 1,000 fans who came to watch the game will not be allowed into the venue.
That’s because they have tickets for areas other than the designated away area, and they’re worried about crowd riots.
After negotiations, the two sides found a solution and most people will be allowed into the stadium.
The only exception is that 150 people get tickets in the area of the most enthusiastic home fans.
But there is a problem that when Inter fans enter the “neutral” area, they cannot carry any scarves, flags or other clothing that can easily identify them as Nerazzurri supporters.