Federico Bernardeschi – 5/10 – Federico Bernardeschi had a relatively quiet night. The only notable thing he did was exchange positions with Weston McKennie. As such, he was successful in completing 28 out of 32 passes. His night ended with one successful long ball and no key passes. Seeing the misery, Allegri chose to sub him off in the 58th minute a part of the three substitutes that the Italian gaffer decided to make at the very moment.
Alvaro Morata – 5/10 – It was one of those nights for the Spaniard. He looked utterly incompetent with the ball on his feet. He got shrugged off the passion several times by the Zenit defenders and failed to influence the flow of the game. That’s why we can only afford to give him an average score on an average night for Alvaro Morata.
Federico Chiesa (6/10): Yes, he didn’t score a single goal. But there was a shortage of effort in his performance. In the first half, he was the brightest player for Bianconeri. And in the second, he looked lively as well. Per stats from Whoscored, Chiesa completed three out of four dribbles attempted. Although he would’ve love to have scored, this performance from the Italian deserves praise.
Juan Cuadrado (6/10)
Dejan Kulusevski (8/10)
Moise Kean (5/10)
Aaron Ramsey (5/10)