Juventus Player Ratings vs Milan: Di Maria Bows Out on Disappointing Note

At the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Juventus hosted Milan in the penultimate round of Serie A. While several Bianconeri stars were hoping to deliver the goods on their last home outing for the club, it was the Rossoneri who snatched the win thanks to a solitary goal from the clinical Olivier Giroud who booked his team’s place in the Champions League next season. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who extended their calamitous week with a 0-1 defeat to Milan at home.

Juventus (4-2-3-1)

Wojciech Szczesny – 6.5

The Polish goalkeeper dived in the hopes of denying his former Arsenal teammate Giroud, but the ball was out of reach. Nevertheless, the custodian was always alert to the danger and pulled off a spectacular save with his foot to deny Alexis Saelemaekers.

Juan Cuadrado – 6

The Colombian did well in his duels against Theo Hernandez and Leao initially, but ran out of steam in the second half and become wasteful on the ball.

Federico Gatti – 5.5

The former Frosinone defender did his best to limit Leao’s danger, but his mistimed jump gave Giroud the upper hand in the aerial duel which led to the solitary goal of the match.

Gleison Bremer – 6

The former Torino man made some decent interceptions at the back, but nothing too special. Left his spot for Bonucci in the final stages.

Danilo – 6

A hardworking display as ever from the Juventus vice-captain who supported the attacks from the left flank, but should have done better with his shooting and passing overall.

Manuel Locatelli – 5.5

The former Sassuolo man succeeded in limiting Brahim Diaz’s danger, but when the Bianconeri needed a goal, he was all over the place.

Adrien Rabiot – 5.5

The Frenchman was hoping for a better hoping on his expected last home appearance for Juventus. The quantity was there, but the quality left much to be desired.

Federico Chiesa – 5

The Euro 2020 hero had his moments, but they were too few and far between. His markers did well to read his moves.

Angel Di Maria – 4.5

A forgettable final outing at the Allianz from the departing Argentine who wasted two inviting chances with his selfish approach.

Filip Kostic – 5.5

The Serbian winger found mild success on the left flank against Davide Calabria, but allowed the Milan captain too much space to deliver the assist for Giroud’s opener.

Moise Kean – 6

The Italian striker started on the right note and was the most dangerous Juventus player in the first half. Tested Mike Maignan on a couple of occasions and led a big charge in the first half, but his impact dwindled in the second period.


Leandro Paredes – 5

The World Cup winner added little to the Juventus midfield following his introduction. His marking was also feeble.

Arkadiusz Milik – 5

With so little service, the Polish striker hardly made himself noticed during his second-half cameo.

Samuel Iling-Junior – 5.5

The young Englishman tried to light up the left flank, but his teammates didn’t help his case.

Leonardo Bonucci – N/A

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