Video: AC Milan destroy classic ‘Last Christmas’ song

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AC Milan have certainly got into the Christmas spirit this year, giving fans a glimpse of their singing talent with a rendition of a festive classic.

However, the vocal ability of Alexandre Pato, Kevin Prince-Boateng and Mario Yepes leaves plenty to be desired, with Wham’s Last Christmas given the full treatment on the official Milan TV channel.

Full-back Mattia De Sciglio made a particularly good effort to woo the watchers, singing alongside a microphone-waving Santa Claus whilst doing a little dance for good measure.

With the language barrier certainly playing its part, some of the Serie ‘A’ stars can be forgiven for their horrendous efforts mind you – at least they gave it a go.

And so, for Christmas, why not have a laugh at some of the best players in Italian football making fools of themselves. Stick to the day job, boys.

Enjoy, and don’t forget to leave your comments of support – or disapproval – at the bottom of this story...

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