By FOX SPORTS staff
The Rossoneri travel to the Camp Nou next week with a 2-0 advantage after Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari both struck during the first leg. Putting on a defensive master-class during the game, AC Milan managed to keep the likes of Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta at bay.
While some expect Massimiliano Allegri to set his team out to defend their lead during the return leg, Sacchi told Rai Radio2 that Milan should seize the opportunity to hammer one final nail into the Barcelona coffin.
"My recent impressions of Barcelona have been poor. They look anonymous to me," he remarked.
"AC Milan run the risk of going out only if they play scared."
Despite their commanding lead at the top of La Liga, Barcelona go into their Champions League game against Milan on the back of double El Clasico defeats to fierce rivals Real Madrid recently.
Sacchi believed that the Catalan side's disappointing spell was a result of complacency.
"Barcelona don’t thrill you anymore, first of all because they’ve lost their leader [Guardiola], and then because they’ve won the Spanish league so easily, which has probably caused the team to relax. And in a team like that, Messi is no longer a devastating player," he pointed out.