Rest your pint on history.
2007 Champions League Final vs Liverpool, Revenge in Athens
2001 Derby della Madonnina vs Internazionale, 6-0 against Inter
1994 Serie A vs Napoli, Clinching the Scudetto
1988 Champions League Final vs Barcelona, 58-game unbeaten run
Four Historic Matches
2007 Champions League Final vs Liverpool
Filippo Inzaghi, 82'
2 - 1
In Istanbul in 2005, Milan did not deserve to lose to Liverpool. Not long after, the teams would face each other again in the final, this time in Athens. The Milanese had only one thing on their mind, and that was revenge. They imposed themselves from the whistle and dealt a lethal blow to the English side with Filippo Inzaghi scoring twice to lift the trophy in a 2-1 win.
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQL9DmsEGWs
2001 Derby della Madonnina vs Internazionale
6 - 0
Inter 0-6 Milan. It is unlikely that you will ever hear or see this result again. Milan won the game convincingly and set the record for the biggest win in the Derby della Madonnina, thrashing the poor Inter side.
video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoOGSckJK1
1994 Serie A vs Napoli
Angelo Colombo, 78'
4 - 1
This was Milan’s first Scudetto since 1979, and it was one of their toughest. The season was eventually won by Milan by only three points after they defeated Napoli in the final stages of the campaign. It was a title that would rip the heart out of Naples and give birth to a super power.
video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjPlATGvQ98
1988 Champions League Final vs Barcelona
Dejan Savićević, 47'
4 - 0
In an amazing 58-game unbeaten run, Milan of this era are now often referred to as the greatest club side of all time and swept all before them. In 1994, they played a Barcelona side and, in fairness, Milan missed key names. However the solidarity, work ethic, and incredible belief and skill saw them romp to a 4-0 win that could arguably be classed as one the of the best games of all time.
video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLv_94e41vA