AC Milan failed to bounce back from the big defeat against Atalanta, claiming just one point at home against Sampdoria.
The Rossoneri failed to score for a third straight game and continued their woeful season of goalscoring in general as a resolute performance from Claudio Ranieri’s side earned a point.
Milan had a total of 13 shots with 11 being on target, but they could not find a way to beat Emil Audero despite the introduction of Zlatan Ibrahimovic early in the second half.
Tuesday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) offers their player ratings for the game, from which Gianluigi Donnaurmma emerged with the top score, registering a 7.5/10 after a couple of heroic saves.
Ismael Bennacer also impressed and scored a 7 from the regista position, whilw Theo Hernandez (6.5) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (6.5) also scored well.
Mateo Musacchio and Rafael Leao both got a 6/10, while captain Alessio Romagnoli was awarded a 5.5 after a shaky game. There were 5s for Davide Calabria, Rade Krunic, Giacomo Bonaventura, Hakan Calhanoglu and Krzysztof Piatek.
The worst on the pitch, however, was Suso (4), who disappointed again and it was the Rossoneri who took the most whistles of all.