Ante Rebic was AC Milan’s best player in Saturday night’s 1-1 draw with Fiorentina, La Gazzetta dello Sport claims, while Andrea Conti was the worst.
The Rossoneri were denied all three points via a controversial refereeing display at the Stadio Artemio Franchi. Zlatan Ibrahimovic saw a goal debatably ruled out for a handball, but Ante Rebic appeared to have put Milan on course for all three points.
Dalbert was shown a straight red card for a foul on Ibrahimovic, but Erick Pulgar’s penalty inside the first 10 minutes – despite VAR again showing it to be a contentious decision – rescued a draw for the home side.
According to the paper (via MilanNews), Rebic was the best player for Milan as he racked up a rating of 7/10, having scored his seventh goal in all competitions this year.
Asmir Begovic did well coming off the bench for the injured Gianluigi Donnarumma, making a vital save on Martin Caceres. He also got a 7.
Ibrahimovic was also good (6.5) and generated scoring opportunities, while Donnarumma, Gabbia, Hernandez, Kessié, Bennacer, Castillejo and Calhanoglu all got a rating of 6.
The problems were in the back four, however. Romagnoli and Musacchio both scored 5.5, while Conti got the same grade but was highlighted as the worst player as he struggled whenever Dalbert pushed up the field.