Tuttosport: Milan player ratings from Atalanta win – Tonali shines as Kjaer struggles

By Oliver Fisher -

Sandro Tonali was picked out as the stand-out man for AC Milan in their win over Atalanta last night by Tuttosport’s player ratings.

The paper (via PianetaMilan) gave Tonali a 7.5 and describes him as an ‘increasingly decisive player’ who made an amazing block to deny a Malinovskyi shot before pressing Freuler, winning the ball back and scoring.

A 7 was given to head coach Stefano Pioli for putting out a ‘deadly away team’ who managed to get another vital three points. Mike Maignan and Davide Calabria also got the same score.

A 6.5 went to Fikayo Tomori after a particular incident where he slid and took the ball right from Pessina’s feet, from behind, in the area. Theo Hernández got the same score as he had a hand in two goals.

Brahim Díaz and Rafael Leao got a 6.5 as well, with Franck Kessié, Alexis Saelemaekers and Ante Rebic all getting a 6. A 5 was given to Simon Kjaer, judged worst on the field for Milan due to his struggles in dealing with Duvan Zapata.

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Tags AC Milan Atalanta-Milan


  1. This might be the worst rating i have seen 4 a long time. How does kjaer get 5? & rebic 6? C’mon they should be higher than dat.

  2. Lol. Everyone would struggle against Zapata. He is a tall beast made of steel muscles. Kjaer covered him well, considering Zapata had only one goal attempt in 90 min which shows our Viking’s efficiency. Kjaer deserves more.

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