Goalscorer Giacomo Bonaventura was voted as the man of the match against Napoli in La Gazzetta dello Sport’s player ratings.
The Rossoneri put in a battling display at San Siro on Saturday night and avoided making unwanted history by losing their 8th game of the season in 13 rounds.
Hirving Lozano got the opening goal for the visitors before Bonaventura levelled with a stunning strike.
La Gazzetta – as cited by MilanNews.it – awarded Bonaventura a 7 for his efforts, while Gianluigi Donnarumma also received the same mark.
Mateo Musacchio and Rade Krunic were both awarded a 6.5, while Andrea Conti, Theo Hernandez, Lucas Paquetà, Franck Kessié and Davide Calabria all got 6.
Alessio Romagnoli (5.5) was described as “less secure than usual” while Lucas Biglia was given a rating of 5 after a number of errors.
Ante Rebic (4.5) was also criticised, but Krzysztof Piatek got the worst mark, being awarded a 4 after leaving the field to a number of audible jeers from fans.