TMW: Three Milan players make list of 20 worst Serie A players so far this season

By Oliver Fisher -

Three AC Milan players are in the bottom 20 of average player ratings for this season as a whole so far, according to TMW (via MilanNews.it).

It has not been an easy start to the season for the Rossoneri, who sit down in 11th place in the Serie A standings after losing seven of their first 14 games to begin the campaign.

There have been struggles all over the park: the team appeared to regress defensively, while up front they have scored just 13 goals so far this season, with left-back Theo Hernandez the leading scorer in open play with three goals.

TMW have compiled a list of the average scores of all players from their ratings pieces in 2019-20 so far, with Ciro Immobile unsurprisingly coming out on top.

The top 20 is a mixed bag but tends to be dominated by Lazio, Roma, Inter and Fiorentina, with no Milan players present at all. However, three of the Rossoneri squad have made it into the bottom 20, with Davide Calabria even coming out joint-last.

Below is the full list of the 20 worst rated players as an average of the whole season thus far…

‘Flop 20’

5.30 Berezynski (Sampdoria)
5.36 Stepinski (Hellas Verona)
5.36 Murillo (Sampdoria)
5.43 Pezzella (Parma)
5.43 Murru (Sampdoria)
5.45 Verdi (Turin)
5.50 Spalek (Brescia)
5.50 Piatek (Milan)
5.50 Vieira (Sampdoria)
5.50 Samir (Udinese)
5.54 Zapata (Genoa)
5.54 Kessie (Milan)
5.54 Hernani (Parma)
5.54 Colley (Sampdoria)
5.55 Bernardeschi (Juventus)
5.55 Reca (SPAL)
5, 55 De Paul (Udinese)
5.55 Mateju (Brescia)
5.55 Lerager (Genoa)
5.55 Calabria (Milan)

Tags AC Milan Davide Calabria Franck Kessie Krzysztof Piatek