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AC Milan players apologise to ultras following heated confrontation at full-time after defeat to Spezia puts top four hopes in jeopardy... but Simon Kjaer insists the clash was 'POSITIVE' ahead of Inter semi-final second leg Spezia scored two second half goals as Milan's recent form got even worse Several members of the squad including manager Stefano Pioli were involved Milan face rivals Inter on Tuesday as they attempt to overturn a 2-0 deficit 

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AC Milan's players confronted their own fans after a shock defeat in Serie A on Saturday.

The Champions League semi-finalists lost 2-0 to Spezia, who are in the relegation places in the division, to round of their nightmare week following defeat to rivals Inter on Wednesday.

The club now find themselves outside of the Champions League places in the league table and their fans didn't take the result kindly, perhaps still hurting from their weak performance against their rivals.

Several players, including Simon Kjaer, Olivier Giroud and captain Theo Hernandez, went over to thee fans following the full time whistle, with manager Stefano Pioli also involved.

There was some back and forth between the two groups before they went their separate ways for Milan to begin preparation to try and come back from 2-0 down in the Champions League on Tuesday.

AC Milan players were involved in a heated confrontation with their own fans on Saturday

AC Milan players were involved in a heated confrontation with their own fans on Saturday

The team lost 2-0 for the second time in a week as they went down to lowly Spezia

The team lost 2-0 for the second time in a week as they went down to lowly Spezia

Kjar told DAZN via Football Italia that the fans made their feelings clear in the altercation.

He said: 'They said this evening was insufficient, but there is a game on Tuesday where we need to just cancel today and

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