AC Milan vs Juventus: AC Milan played Juventus at the San Siro Stadium on the 23rd of the ongoing Serie A match.
AC Milan drew Juventus 0-0. A tedious goalless draw was the final result in the much-anticipated Milan vs Juventus clash. AC Milan were the better team and had some chances when Leao almost scored. Theo Hernandez also had some shots but the Juventus defense made a good save.
Let’s have a look at the player rating of AC Milan vs Juventus match:-
Wojciech Szczesny (7/10) – Perhaps the Old Lady’s best player of the night was the one who saved their shot. Szczesny made several important saves throughout the game, especially before Leao’s powerful shot.
Alex Sandro (October 6) – Alex Sandro had a great run into the AC Milan box early in the second half. Chiellini in a very lovely serve, but the Milan goalkeeper came out to catch it first.
Giorgio Chiellini (6.5/10) – The experienced Italy international made some important saves and interceptions tonight for his team. His most important save certainly came from Theo Hernandez’s shot.
Daniel Rugani (6.5 / 10) – The defender will be proud of his efforts and has added well to Chiellini. He was able to hold his ground against some good AC Milan attacks.
Mattia De Sciglio (October 6) – De Sciglio has put some good deliveries in the box for the strikers to take advantage of. On one such occasion, he provided a weak header for Alvaro Morata.
Weston McKennie (October 6) – A pretty average performance by the American player. He can’t influence the game much and doesn’t play much of a role in attack.
Juan Cuadrado (6.5 / 10) – Cuadrado played very well in all positions tonight. He even had a shot taken in the first half but unfortunately it hit Westin McKennie’s target.
Rodrigo Bentancur (October 6) – The Argentinian midfielder took the initiative in the box and created some delicious opportunities. He created a great opportunity for Alvaro Morata, who couldn’t direct properly.
Manuel Locatelli (5.5 / 10) – Manuel Locatelli was involved in some early scuffles in the opening minutes. He was even placed in the 9order minutes for a hasty challenge.
Alvaro Morata (October 6) – The Spain international had a great chance to score from a header after a pass from Rodrigo Bentancur inside the box. However, Morata couldn’t choose his angle and nodded too wide.
Paulo Dybala (6.5/10) – The striker came under intense pressure from the Milan defense early in the game. He gradually matured in the game but never really had a chance to score a clear goal.
Arthur Melo(6/10) – The Brazil international was the first to be substituted in the match. He came on in place of midfielder Manuel Locatelli.
Federico Bernadeschi (October 6) – The young Italian player shot right in front of Juan Cuadrado’s goal. However, he was not able to bring out his full strength in the match.
Moise Kean- The striker came on in place of Alvaro Morata. He got himself booked after competing for the ball with Romagnoli.
Adrien Rabiot- NA
Dejan Kulusevski- NA
Mike Maignan (6.5/10): The French goalkeeper played well throughout the game as he made some stunning saves and managed to keep a clean sheet in one of Serie A’s most paced matches.
Alessio Romagnoli (6.5/10): The Milan captain was strong at the back and made some powerful saves and interceptions to prevent the Juventus forwards from getting the crucial goal of the game. However, he was able to maintain a bit more discipline with his position as he let his guard down a few times.
Pierre Kalulu (6.5/10): The French defender was solid and powerful at the back as he made some clean and important mid-air tackles to keep the ball out of control. Juventus. Kalulu pursued the ball intently and made some important interceptions even in the late game.
According to Hernandez (7.5/10): The French full-back was the man of the match as he not only provided a solid defense for Milan but also moved with the ball to create some delicious crosses. Hernandez was able to turn the balance of the game on his own as he made some powerful shots towards goal.
Davide Calabria (6.5/10): The Italian full-back was quick to recover the ball and made it nearly impossible for the white side to penetrate from the right. Calabria was also very consistent on the pitch as he made some sensitive crosses into the box for the Milan strikers.
Brahim Diaz (October 7): The young Spaniard was very responsive with the ball on his feet as he dribbled across the center to deliver some juicy through all the uplines. However, Diaz was unable to hold his ground as his physical lack caused him to lose the ball for a considerable amount of time.
Sandro Tonali (October 7): The young Italian midfielder is like a wall for AC Milan when he made some powerful interceptions to move with the ball in advance, creating danger for the away team. Tonali is equally strong in defense as well as attack.
Rade Krunic (6.5/10): The Bosnian midfielder chased the ball with his physical form and provided some good passes during the game. Krunic plays as a deep-lying midfielder, providing some vital support from the deep midfield.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (5/10): The Swedish forward was unable to make much of an impact during the game and was sent off early after he limped with an ankle injury.
Rafael Leao (October 7): The Portuguese forward was a danger with the ball at his feet as he darted down the field with quick feet to make some dangerous shots towards goal but was denied by the Juventus keeper.
Junior Messias (October 6) The Brazilian midfielder helped Milan get some quick counter-attacks and made some good crosses into the box, creating a significant amount of danger although they failed to make the final impact.
Olivier Giroud (5.5/10): The veteran French midfielder came on for Zlatan at the start of the match after the Swede was injured. The Frenchman lacked to have the final impact of the game as he fumbled with his finish and could have been much better to
Ismaël Bennacer (October 6): The Algerian midfielder made some good interceptions in the back line and then some nice passes in front of the field.
Alexis Saelemaekers (October 6): The young forward made some quick runs into the field and was strong to deliver some good passes in the final third. However, he can make slightly better decisions as he lacks the finishing touches.
Ante Rebić (N / A)
Alessandro Florenzi (None)
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