A sold-out and extraordinarily beautiful Assago Forum, with its 12.400 spectators, welcomes Milan and Azimut Leo Shoes Modena. Before the match the Italian hymn  warms the hearts of all those present: it is a real show, a show of extraordinary level. Azimut Leo Shoes Modena begins the game with Christenson as director, captain Ivan Zaytsev as the opposite, side players Bednorz and Urnaut, centrals Mazzone and Anzani, libero Salvatore Rossini. Revivre starts with the diagonal Sbertoli-Abdel Aziz, side players Maar and Clevenot, centrals Piano and Kozamernik, libero Pesaresi. In the first set, balance is the master, 12-12 and the match is open. Modena pushes hard, Milan responds every single hit, 14-14. Milan suddenly improves its game up to 20-23. Revivre Milan closes 22-25 the first partial, 0-1. In the second set, Milan starts very strong, 6-8 with Piano and his teammates playing a fast and effective volley. Giani's team is always ahead, in a set where Velasco also includes Kaliberda for Urnaut, the output does not change, 22-25, 0-2. In the third set, Modena runs ahead, 8-5 with Pinali replacing Zaytsev. The yellows remain ahead, 16-15, then Milan changes gear, overcomes and places the break, 18-19. Revivre Milan closes 20-25 and the match ends at 0-3.