Milan vs Bologna: Milan hosted Bologna at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in round 31 of Serie A.
It wasn’t Milan’s night at San Siro, as the Rossoneri failed to break through Bologna’s stubborn defence. Milan had 33 shots on goal and 7 shots on goal, but it wasn’t enough to beat Lukasz Skorupski on Bologna’s goal. The away team laid out their bodies in the last minutes to keep the table gunners at bay.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the match: –
Milan vs Bologna Player Ratings
Mike Maignan (8.1/10): Maignan was outstanding on target with 4 great saves to protect 11 of them.pearl clean sheet of the season.
Davide Calabria (7.2/10): Calabria played well on the right flank. He stepped forward when needed and defended large areas well.
Pierre Kalulu (8.1/10): Kalulu was great in the background and used his body well to defend. He was also the player who made the most passes in the match.
Fikayo Tomori (8.4/10): Tomori’s position on the defensive was admirable as he won nearly all of his interceptions and made a handful of rebounds.
Theo Hernandez (8.5/10): Good both defensively and offensively, Hernandez had a terrific night. He had several dribbles as well as a few notable tackles.
Sandro Tonali (8.4/10): Tonali displayed an impeccable stance in the midfield. His vision and creativity led to some notable games. He was also the most accurate setter in the game.
Ismail Bennacer (8/10): Bennacer played a great game in the midfield and distributed the ball well. He also won the most 11 duels in the match.
Junior Messias (6.2/10): Messias was midfielder on the right wing. He had no shots on target and was removed from the game at halftime.
Brahim Diaz (7.9/10): The attacking midfielder was fast and easily passed the defenders. He dribbled the most 5 times in the match.
Raphael Leo (7/10): Leao fired a total of 8 shots, of which only 1 was on target. He tried to create an opportunity, but was unsuccessful.
Olivier Giroud (6.8/10): Giroud had a good front as he took a lot of shots and put them on target as well, but he couldn’t find the back of the net before he was replaced.
Ante Rebic (6.8/10): Rebic was substituted in the second half and could have put. Milan He took the lead with a header in the final minutes, but the Bologna goalkeeper diverted the shot.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (6.3/10): Ibrahimovic had a chance to stop late to get a win, but he didn’t capitalize and put the header off target.
Franck Kessie (6.5/10): Kessie was substituted for Bennacer and gave a good performance in the midfield.
Alessandro Florenzi (NA)
Lukasz Skorupski (8.8/10): Skorupski made 7 efficient saves to grab a point Bologna. He was named Player of the Match for his performance.
Adama Soumaoro (7.1/10): Soumaoro had a decent match on defense but had the fewest touches of any player despite being a defender.
Gary Medel (7.3/10): The Medel was solid in the rear. He took significant distances and was good in the air. He was replaced late in the match as the duo was injured in the air match.
Arthurian Theater (7/10): Theate made a number of gaps and interceptions and kept a clean slate to keep Bologna in the game in the final minutes.
Mitchell Dijks (7/10): Dijks patrolled well on the left flank as he was part of some key attacks in the last three.
Michel Aebischer (7.3/10): Aebischer made his presence felt in the midfield with his passing range and possession of the ball.
Jerdy Schouten (7.6/10): Schouten put himself into the game and was instrumental in getting the balls back. His passing hit was too good for a midfielder.
Mattias Svanberg (6.5/10): Svanberg played well in the middle of the pitch. Due to his ineffectiveness in the second half, Soriano was substituted.
Aaron Hickey (6.8/10): Hickey drew the most fouls in the game as he crossed the gaps fast. He was substituted in the second half due to injury.
Moses Mound (5.5/10): Barrow lost many fights and did not seem strong in attacks. He was injured and Orsolini was substituted.
Marko Arnautovic (6/10): It was a mediocre game as Arnautovic failed to shoot on goal. It didn’t create enough opportunities to pose a threat.
Riccardo Orsolini (5/10): Despite only playing 30 minutes, Orsolini is the player who lost the most duos in the match and was also shown a yellow card for a stupid fight.
Denso Kasius (6.5/10): Kasius replaced the injured Hickey and did well on the right flank.
Roberto Soriano (6.1/10): Soriano wasn’t effective offensively, but he did help the team’s defense.
Kevin Bonifaz (NA)
Ibrahima Mbaye (NA)
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