There were a number of positive displays during AC Milan’s 4-0 win over Crotone at San Siro on Sunday afternoon.
We start with Ante Rebic, who got a 7.5 in our players ratings with the following comment: “Two well-taken goals in quick succession for the left-winger (69 seconds), certainly boosting his confidence. One with the head and one with the right foot. He also worked hard throughout the game and played well.”
Next up is Theo Hernandez, who got a 7: “The Frenchman did what he does best this afternoon, with several towering runs to cut through the Crotone defence and open space for his teammates. Got the assist for Ibra’s second goal and looked very good generally.”
Next up is Rafael Leao (6): “Not the best outing from the youngster in the No.10 role, although it’s very hard to replace Calhanoglu. He had a few positive moments but didn’t really find his groove despite the assist to Ibra for the opener.”
Finally, we have Ibrahimovic (8 – MOTM): “A leader on the pitch, as always, and was crucial with the first two goals to crack open the game. After what was a slow first half, he made it happen himself and the second goal was very easy. He certainly made up for the penalty miss vs. Bologna.”