There was a real mixed bag of player ratings after Wednesday night’s frustrating 1-1 draw against Udinese.
Today, La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive) have drawn up their scored and for the Rossoneri there are several failures. The worst on the pitch was Rafael Leao (4.5), who seems to be very bad both when used by deputy Ibrahimovic and on the wing. He is in a really negative moment.
There was a 5 given to Gigio Donnarumma for the error on Becao’s opening goal and the same vote for Theo Hernandez, who made mistakes several times in defence and was not decisive going forward.
Brahim Diaz also got a 5 as he was too shy and ineffective in his return as a starter after months. Ante Rebic also gets a 5, disappointing after his good performance with the goal in Rome. Same vote for Jens Petter Hauge, who was anonymous in the second half.
The paper gave a 5.5 to Pierre Kalulu, while Simon Kjaer, Alessio Romagnoli, Sandro Tonali, Samuel Castillejo and Soualiho Meite all got a 6. The best for Milan was Franck Kessie, who got a 7 for his incredible composure in taking a penalty in the 96 ‘and for a game that was positive overall.