Fiorentina Player Raings vs Inter: Gonzalez Energetic, Center Backs Poor

Fiorentina will once again be made to regret for their chances. La Viola was defeated 2-1 by Inter in the Coppa Italia final despite taking the lead inside three minutes. Opportunities were plentiful for Vincenzo Italiano’s side, but they could not take them, ultimately losing the match.

Pietro Terraciano – 6.5

It is hard to fault Terraciano on either goal. In fact, he did not have to do very much in the game besides pick the ball out of the net twice.

Cristiano Biraghi – 5.5

The Fiorentina captain did not have the best of matches, but in comparison to some of his teammates, it could have been much worse. Biraghi’s crosses did not have the same effect as they have had at late. Overall, more will be needed from him in the Europa Conference League final in a fortnight’s time.

Nikola Milenkovic – 4

Milenkovic was poor in this match. Having played Lautaro Martinez onside on the first goal, the Serbian failed to convince on several occasions throughout the 90 minutes.

Lucas Martinez Quarta – 4

Milenkovic’s center back partner Martinez Quarta was just as poor. It was a disappointing way to concede second goal as Lautaro was wide open in the box. It should be no surprise that Vincenzo Italiano took off the Argentine in the second half.

Dodô – 4

The Brazilian tried to get into the game, but frequently failed with the final ball. All things considered, Dodô did not have a terrible game, despite not being up to his normal standards.

Sofyan Amrabat – 5.5

Amrabat had a substandard game in comparison to what he has shown this season. The Moroccan lost out on too many battles in the midfield.

Giacomo Bonaventura – 7.5

One of the best players in a Fiorentina jersey. Bonaventura was everywhere on the pitch. He is perhaps unfortunate not to have found the net in the game. He frequently carried the ball forward, created chances and looked sharp.

Nicolas González – 8

González had another solid game today. The winger scored his side’s only goal of the match, and often looked dangerous in getting another one. Along with Bonaventura, González played an excellent 90 minutes.

Gaetano Castrovilli – 5

Castrovilli again failed to impress when it matters most. Outside of the assist to Nico, the number 10 seldom created many real chances. Italiano replaced him in the second half as well, and it is not difficult to figure out why.

Jonathan Ikoné – 5.5

It was a quiet game for Ikoné, who just could not get a proper footing in the match. Not many chances came from the Frenchman, leading to his substitution in the second half.

Arthur Cabral – 4

The Brazilian striker had very little effect, if any, on the match. Samir Handanovic did not have to make a save on Cabral at all, and had it not be for the fact that Fiorentina was chasing the game in the second half, Cabral would have likely been substituted.


Rolando Mandragora – 5

While he was not fantastic in the 30 minutes that he played, Mandragora was not terrible either. He often dropped deep as many players pushed forward for the equalizer.

Riccardo Sottil – 4

Another player who was seemingly non-existent. Sottil did not provide enough in the Fiorentina attack when he came on for Ikoné.

Luka Jovic – 3

Despite having played 20 minutes, Jovic had multiple crucial chances to score for the Viola. On every occasion, the Serb did not convert. He will rue those missed opportunities to put his side level.

Luca Ranieri – N/A

Aleksa Terzic – 6

Looked solid in the 10 minutes he did play. Helped carve out chances for Fiorentina. Unfortunately, a second goal never came.