Charles De Ketelaere was given a start up front for AC Milan during last night’s Coppa Italia defeat against Torino, but he was unable to break his duck.
Today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) talks about Milan’s defeat in the Coppa Italia against Torino and in particular the performance of De Ketelaere, who was played up front in a bid to get him firing but aside from hitting the post and shooting straight at the keeper he showed very little.
He was certainly not the worst player on the night but the Belgian was one of the negative protagonists of the evening. The depth players have once again shown that they are on another level to the starters, one that is substantially below.
De Ketelaere was given the full 120 minutes, but he seemed to have the brakes on both as a striker and then when he was moved to attacking midfielder after Olivier Giroud was brought on.
Admittedly the 21-year-old was unlucky with his header from a corner that struck the post, and he ran into a brilliant performance from Vanja Milinkovic-Savic in the Torino goal, but the best players find a way and time is running out for CDK.