When Donnarumma left Milan for Paris SG in 2021 without the Milan club receiving any compensation for the transfer, he was dubbed the "Dollar Rumble". Today he was back for the first time at his old home stadium and the reception was anything but cordial.

When Rafael Leão equalised to make it 1-1 for Milan with a bicycle, the penalty area was full of fake dollar bills with Donnarumma's face on them.

When Olivier Giroud distinctly nodded in 2-1 at the start of the second half, the banknotes were cleared.

"The more players that are available, the better for us. The team worked well together and deserved the win. Now we have to perform well against Dortmund and overtake them," Milan coach Stefano Pioli told BeIN Sport.

Also thrown banknotes in the second match

PSG had a great chance to equalize in the final minutes but Lee Kang-in shot into the outside of the post.

It was Milan's first win in the CL this autumn after two draws and one loss and the hope of reaching the playoffs is alive.

Dortmund top Group F after a 2-0 win at Newcastle without the injured Alexander Isak. Also in this match, fake money was thrown in in a protest against Uefa's desire to change the format with more teams and more matches. The fans protested against what they perceive as a greedy Uefa that only cares about money.