AC Milan were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw as Inter struck late to claim a points in the Derby della Madonnina on Sunday.
The Rossoneri had led twice through two Suso goals either side of half time, but were pegged back first by Antonio Candreva and then by a 91st minute Ivan Perisic tap-in.
Who impressed for Vincenzo Montella’s men, and who failed to pull their weight?
Donnarumma (7): Gigio did all he could to keep out the Nerrazzuri attack with some great saves but unfortunately conceded two goals.
Abate (6.5): Captain Ignazio had an up and down game. Made a few good defensive moves but barely contributed in attack.
Paletta (5.5): We barely saw Gabriel in this encounter. He hasn’t made a single tackle or interception throughout the game.
Gomez (6.5): Many doubted the Paraguayan before the match but he proved doubters wrong and was the best defender in the game for the Rossoneri.
De Sciglio (5.5): A poor performance from Mattia continues his inconsistency, raising questions whether he actually has a future with the Rossoneri.
Kucka (5.5): The Slovak put on a lacklustre performance in midfield despite making a few good defensive moves to stop the opposition midfielders.
Locatelli (6.5): Playing his first Derby della Madonnina, Manuel Locatelli showed a lot of confidence in midfield with a solid performance, especially when defending.
Bonaventura (7): Getting his second assist of the season, Giacomo put in a fine performance in midfield, creating chances and coming close to scoring himself.
Suso (8 – MOTM): Incredible performance from the Spaniard who scored both of the Rossoneri’s goals making it now 4 goals this season.
Bacca (5.5): It’s now six games without a goal for the Colombian striker who’s had a poor run of form recently after having scored 6 goals this season.
Niang (6.5): It wasn’t that great a performance by the Frenchman, but he did cause problems for the rival defense on the left side of the attack.
Fernandez (5.5): Mati didn’t make much of an impact after coming on for Carlos Bacca and marked poorly in the corner-kick that to the equalizer.
Lapadula (N/A): Coming on for Niang, Gianluca Lapadula was brought on to add energy and help out the defense and maybe look to finish off the game.
Pašalić (N/A): The Croatian came late on so didn’t do much or make much of an impact. His marking in the corner-kick that led to the equalizer was poor, though.
Montella (5.5): Vincenzo Montella didn’t quite have it going his way, choosing to sit back and defend from the start was a mistake, though the counter-attacks worked well at times, and the substitutions weren’t really the right ones.