Tuttosport: Milan player ratings for Lazio win – Theo makes the difference but Kalulu struggles

By Oliver Fisher -

Theo Hernandez received all the plaudits from Tuttosport for his performance in last night’s 3-2 win over Lazio.

As Inter managed to beat Hellas Verona earlier in the evening, the pressure was on Milan to keep their lead at the top of the standings. It started out well, with two goals, but then they conceded two and Theo Hernandez was forced to come to the rescue.

The Frenchman scored a last minute winner from Hakan Calhanoglu’s corner to make sure the Rossoneri enter the Christmas break top of the pile.

Tuttosport (via MilanNews) rewards the left-back with a rating of 7.5 out of 10 in their player ratings. Meanwhile, Donnarumma and Calhanoglu also did well and both were given scores of 7.

Calabria and Rebic both received praise too as they were given scores of 6.5, while Romagnoli, Krunic, Tonali and Leao each got a 6.

Castillejo was marked down (5.5), as were Saelemaekers and Kalulu (5), with the latter having had a hand in both of Lazio’s goals.

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2 Comments

  1. Benari says:

    I totally disagree with this low Kalulu rating. Any person who watched that game would have seen how Kalulu’s excellent defensive performance kept Lazio at bay and drove Milan forward. He won so many important balls and was very difficult to beat. The penalty was a terrible officiating flaw and never Kalulu’s fault. The second goal as well had Kalulu well positioned in the defence but the midfield allowed brilliant passing to release immobile for a one time finish. Even our greatest defenders get beaten by such balls.

    Kalulu has a 6.5 rating for me. He was one of our best performers on the pitch and should never be blamed for the teams misfortunes.

    1. Sebastian says:

      corretc!! he played a good game. the penalty was no penalty and the pass from sms to imobille wasnt his fault… he was top 5 on the field in milans team, thats my opinion 🙂
      forza milan!! avanti milan!

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