AC Milan suffered a 5-2 defeat against Sassuolo at San Siro. AC Milan has now gone six games without a victory, and the criticism continues to come in after yesterday afternoon’s loss to Sassuolo at San Siro, which ended in a score of 5-2 for the home team. This morning’s edition of Tuttosport has their ratings for the game, beginning with head coach Stefano Pioli, who received a 4 out of 10 for his management of yet another game that went away from his side quickly.
AC Milan suffered a 5-2 defeat against Sassuolo at San Siro
The evaluations continue with the other players on the team. The entirety of the defensive line has problems, beginning with Tatarusanu (4.5) and continuing through Calabria (4) and Theo Hernandez (4), as well as Gabbia (4) and Kalulu (5), with the exception of Kalulu (5), who was the only player who did not completely embarrass himself. During the difficult moments, Krunic (4.5), Tonali (4.5), and Pobega (5), who came on as a replacement, had a difficult time establishing any kind of presence in the middle of the field.
On the other hand, Saelemaekers (4.5) and Rebic (5) were wasteful in attack. Olivier Giroud scored, but it was not enough to rescue a performance deserving of the same as the Belgian, while the verdict is still out on De Ketelaere (5.5). On the other hand, Divock Origi did well, scoring a goal that was both beautiful and pointless despite the fact that it was scored.