By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Massimiliano Allegri's squad were taking part in a friendly against lower league side Pro Patria prior to the restart of the Serie A this weekend. However, a section of the crowd racially abused Milan's Kevin-Prince Boateng, Mbaye Niang, Urby Emanuelson and Sulley Muntari, prompting Boateng to leave the field midway through the first half before the rest of the Rossoneri squad followed suit.
Niang told Tg1 that the team would do the same if they found themselves in a similiar situation once more, regardless of the competition they were taking part in.
"We are ready to do this again in Serie A or the Champions League, even if we are playing against Barcelona or Real Madrid," he stated.
"Our captain Massimo Ambrosini did the right thing by taking the team off the field. I’d never seen anything like this in France."
The decision made by Milan was applauded by Italian national team manager Cesare Prandelli, who issued a rallying call for the country to stand united against a disgraceful minority.
"Massimiliano Allegri understood the problem. We are all tired of this. We are all fed up," he said.
"Milan were fantastic, as all together we can probably manage to ruin the plans of these few people."
AC Milan return to Serie A action this weekend with a game against Siena at the San Siro.