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Juventus 2-1 AC Milan Player Ratings

April 7, 2019

Moise Kean came off the bench to score his third goal in three games as Juventus came from behind to beat Milan 2-1.

 

Juventus Player Ratings

Tek: Made a good save to keep the scoreline at 1-0 and other than a few half chances, he was barely threatened. Commanded his defence very well and there was never any real threat in the second half. 7.0/10

Leonardo Bonucci: Massively disappointing as he keeps making defensive mistakes and while his contribution to the creative element of Juve’s game is never in question, he has been poor all season long at the back. 5.5/10

Daniele Rugani: Started quite well and looked in command early on but was all too easily barged off the ball by Piatek and looked a little shaky thereafter. Better in the second half but still not as vocal or confident at the back as those he one day will replace and needs to assert himself more. 6.5/10

Mattia De Sciglio: Defensively sound as usual but not much offered in the final third, possibly because Juve took a more pragmatic approach as the game developed. 6.0/10

Alex Sandro: Better than in recent games and looked more composed at the back. Had a great chance to score a goal that he should have done better on. 6.0/10

 

Midfield

Emre Can: Took a knock to the ankle early on and had to be replaced. N/A

Rodrigo Bentancur: Sound in the defensive aspect of his game and his passing work was good, but he offered little to get Juve moving forward and wasted some good chances. 6.0/10

Federico Bernardeschi: A few encouraging touches aside, he looked wasted playing so deep and when he did get forward, it felt like he was a one touch away from doing better.  5.5/10

Leonardo Spinazzola: Encouraging to see him back but he was largely anonymous and didn’t seem to play well in this formation at all.  5.5/10

 

Attack

Paulo Dybala: Took his penalty well but he seemed to drift in and out of the match and never really imposed himself on the match. A real shame as he has looked a passenger for large periods of the season. 6.0/10

Mario Mandzukic: Better than in recent weeks, proving more of a threat in the box and almost equalised with a great solo effort. Defended well when Juve looked to close the game out and managed two tackles and clearances. 6.5/10

 

Substitutes

Moise Kean: A threat from the moment he came on as he was more direct than Dybala and he took his goal with the coolness of a seasoned professional. A star is born . 7.5/10

Miralem Pjanic: Made more of an impact in 30 minutes than some other players did in the whole game. Helped Juve control things more and hold onto the ball and played a vital part in the winner, setting up Kean. 7.5/10

Sami Khedira: Good to see him back and healthy – kept the team ticking over and had a chance or two to score a goal of his own. 6.0/10

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