Milan put themselves back on track as they defeat Bologna 2-1 at San Siro in an intense but exciting game that gives fans hope for the future.
Gianluigi Donnarumma (6.5): One of the best performances of the game with a couple of incredible saves.
Ignazio Abate (4.5): A true liability to his teammates, failed all his crosses and was partly responsible for the goal conceded, looked tired for the most part and lacked focus.
Mateo Musacchio (5): Some very questionable decisions, bad defending and lack of focus that have cost a goal to his team.
Leonardo Bonucci (6): A true leader on the pitch, always seemed to be on point though a couple of bad passes, he was a great support for his teammates.
Ricardo Rodriguez (6): Did what he does best on the left side of the pitch, stopped the opponent from creating and helped the strikers by pushing forward.
Franck Kessie (6): Despite being extremely wasteful in the final third, he assumed his role perfectly in the midfield by blocking the attacks and moving the ball forward quickly.
Ricardo Montolivo (6.5): Between successful passes, duels won and his several blocks, there is no doubt that he played a major part in his team’s victory.
Bonaventura (8 MOTM): His best game in a long time, created chances, helped the midfield to move the ball as much as it was needed, and above all scored a brace and gave the win to his team.
Suso (6): Not a very convincing performance. Was a bit too predictable and did not play with enough enthusiasm but played well enough to bring some danger on the right side of the pitch.
Kalinic (5.5): Apart from the assist on the first goal, he was not really visible and did not seem to offer much to the team.
Fabio Borini (6.5): Yet another incredible performance, with desire and passion. Always gave everything he had, resulting in an assist and an overall satisfying display.