By Gazzetta dello Sport journalists Luigi Garlando and Andrea Schianchi
Never before had there been such a brave, attacking, wonderful and entertaining Italian team, which is why UEFA named it as the very best of all time. Towards the end of the 1980s, Arrigo Sacchi's Milan conquered Italy, Europe and the world. They won the Scudetto in 1988, pipping Diego Maradona's Napoli to the title. Domestic success was followed by European glory in the 1989 European Cup final against Steaua Bucharest in Barcelona and an international honour in the shape of the Intercontinental Cup, by beating Atletico Nacional in the final. Another European Cup and Intercontinental Cup would follow, as well as two European Super Cups and an Italian Super Cup. All those feats will be relived in Trento, through the protagonists who will delve into detail all about those glory years, revealing secrets big and small, while displaying relentless passion throughout.