UEFA President Michel Platini has sent a letter to Milan congratulating the club for winning the Champions League.
The Rossoneri claimed their seventh win in the competition by defeating Liverpool in Athens on Wednesday, thus becoming the world’s most successful outfit with 16 international trophies.
"We want to congratulate your club for winning the 2006-07 Champions League," read the letter to Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
"There was an amazing atmosphere inside the Spyro Louis Stadium and Milan’s victory reflected the team’s spirit of solidarity, the commitment and desire to make the match a special one.
"We would also like to congratulate your players for the fair-play shown to their opponents even after the final whistle.
"Also, we want to express our appreciation for your supporters’ behaviour, as they celebrated Wednesday’s win in a positive way and proved that football can and must be a sporting and cultural celebration.
"Once again we congratulate your club for this season’s performances and look forward to the Super Cup Final [against Sevilla] in Monaco [on August 31]."