The match of the second day of the Serie A, AC Milan against Modena, filmed on 13 October 1929 by Emilio Gola and refereed by Ermenegildo Melandri of Bologna, is not so important. For the record it ended 1-0 to the Rossoneri with Rocco Ranelli's goal in the 33rd minute of the first half, but the highlight was the temple in which it took place, the San Siro Stadium, built only three years earlier and owned by Milan (only later would it be bought by Milan City Council and shared with Internazionale, which in these years was more parochially called Ambrosiana). It is not yet the Scala of football San Siro, but it already impresses, with its 35,000 seats. Have you ever seen it like this? Ah, Milan in the 1929-30 season would finish mid-table, like Modena, and Ambrosiana would win the Scudetto.