Muntari not giving up on Serie A title

The Ghanaian midfielder remains optimistic that the Rossoneri can leapfrog Antonio Conte's team in the league table in their two remaining fixtures of the season
AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari hopes Massimiliano Allegri's men can pip Juventus to the Serie A title in the remaining matches of the 2011-12 campaign.

The reigning champions have closed in on the league leaders, and are now just a point behind the Bianconeri in the table, following their 2-0 win over Atalanta on Wednesday and the Old Lady's 1-1 draw against Lecce.

Muntari is now praying for another Juve slip-up as his team aims to retain the Scudetto.

"We’re happy to have played a great game even if we suffered a lot. It’s not easy to play and to have to wait for the Juventus result as well, but that’s the way it goes at the end of the season," Muntari stated to the official Milan website.

"We’re a great team and we want to get as high on the table as we possibly can. We have two games left, and I pray that we’ll be able to get past them [Juventus] in the league table."

Milan resume Serie A action on Sunday when they take on Inter.