Manuel Locatelli (CM) – 6/10 – A harsh early yellow card didn’t have too much of an impact on his performance, but he was brought off just after the hour mark. Locatelli provided the odd moment of quality in possession and he varied his positioning in the build-up phase to escape Milan’s man-orientation. He did what he could.
Rodrigo Bentancur (CM) – 7.5/10 – A quiet first half but his defensive effort after the restart was nothing short of outstanding. The Uruguayan was a ball-winning monster in the second half and his astute reading of the game was key in a compact Juve display.
Juan Cuadrado (RM) – 3.5/10 – A pretty shambolic performance from the Colombian. Cuadrado failed to provide a threat in transition and he spent much of his 65 minutes on the ground and appealing for soft free-kicks (that he subsequently didn’t receive)
Paulo Dybala (AM) – 5/10 – It’s fair to say that Dybala was the worst affected by Allegri-ball on Sunday night. La Joya just couldn’t get into the game with too many of his touches coming in what Milan would call “non-threatening zones”. He, too, suffered from a lack of quality when he got in more dangerous positions, however.
Weston McKennie (LM) – 5/10 – The American rarely received the ball between the lines and he wasn’t helped by Alex Sandro’s ineffectiveness on the overlap. There were far too many unforced errors from McKennie in this one.