GdS: Milan player ratings for Slavia Praha win – four stand out; duo disappoint

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan took care of business against Slavia Praha in a rather routine way, at least in contrast to some of the angst generated by the first leg performance.

Just like in that game at San Siro, a red card for Slavia inside the opening half an hour heavily conditioned the outcome, as did the three first half goals that Milan got through Christian Pulisic, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Rafael Leao to secure a 7-3 aggregate win.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (seen below) has their ratings from the game, starting with the overall team performance and Stefano Pioli’s management, both of which earned a score of 7 out of 10.

The best player for the Rossoneri was Rafael Leao who scored a gorgeous goal and got an assist, earning him a 7.5, while Fikayo Tomori was the worst as he picked up a silly yellow card which means he misses the first leg of the quarter-finals so he got a 5.5.

Mike Maignan made some important stops after playing on with a knee problem that eventually forced him off, while Pulisic got a goal and an assist like Leao, and Loftus-Cheek added another goal. All three got a score of 7.

Matteo Gabbia, Theo Hernandez and Yacine Adli were each awarded scores of 6.5, while Davide Calabria, Yunus Musah and Olivier Giroud were graded a 6.

Marco Sportiello and Pierre Kalulu got the same off the bench, with Malick Thiaw getting half a mark less.


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