by Cesare Guzzi
Bombs, fireworks, firecrackers and flags smoke in Corso Buenos Aires to celebrate the victory against Spain. Traffic problems in Porta Venezia. The Moroccan community has 20,000 inhabitants throughout the province
In Milan, orphaned by the World Cup and the national team, there are those who celebrate. And it’s an over-the-top party that explodes just before 7pm with former Inter fan Hakimi (again a piece of Milan) scores the decisive penalty against Spain. Morocco goes to the quarterfinals of the World Cup and between Corso Buenos Aires and Porta Venezia, the fans’ party explodes. Smoke bombs, fireworks, firecrackers, flags and blocked roads to celebrate a historic victory.
Hundreds of young fans, mostly of the second generation, took to the streets after the final whistle. The Moroccan is one of the most present communities in Milan nearly 20,000 residents throughout the province. traffic problems in the area. A contingent of police and carabinieri are present to avoid the risk of riots, as seen in Belgium last week. The fans then flocked along Corso Buenos Aires and improvised a procession. At the moment there are no reports of tension other than the party and the constant arrival of fans. Flags and fireworks also in the districts of Corvetto and Giambellino-Lorenteggio.
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December 06, 2022 ( edit December 06, 2022 | 19:46)
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