All tickets to this evening’s Serie A clash between Inter and Atalanta have been sold out, the third full house for the Nerazzurri at San Siro this season.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that around 36,000 seats look to have been filled for the match, pending the numbers for tickets available to travelling Atalanta supporters.
Inter have already managed two sell-out crowds, with the Serie A clash with Bologna and the Champions League group stage opener against Real Madrid both featuring the highest number of fans in stadium possible given the reduced capacity.
The Nerazzurri look to have achieved this feat once again, with a sell-out attendance predicted for this evening’s important match against Atalanta.
Given that Wednesday’s match between AC Milan and Venezia featured an attendance of 26,185, the Nerazzurri still look to be winning the attendance battle at the San Siro with city rivals the Rossoneri.