Paulo Dybala (RW) – 7/10 – There was a moment of majesty from Dybala midway through the second period as he delightfully fed a hesitant Morata in behind with a sumptuous pass well worthy of 1,000 re-watches. Dybala was the brightest spark going forward for the visitors and his efforts were rewarded with an assist for Danilo’s equaliser.
Dusan Vlahovic (ST) – 5.5/10 – A great battle ensued between Vlahovic and Juventus loanee Merih Demiral on Sunday night and, on the balance of the play, you have to say the defender edged it. The Serb gave as good as he got, though, and enjoyed plenty of touches in the first half with Marco Sportiello tested by his left boot. Nevertheless, this certainly wasn’t the cleanest of Vlahovic displays, overall.
Alvaro Morata (LW) – 6.5/10 – Morata huffed and puffed and there’s no doubting that his new role has handed the Spaniard a new lease of life. There were some spritely sequences from the forward, but he once again cut a hesitant figure in the final third.
Juan Cuadrado – 6/10
Moise Kean – 5/10
Arthur Melo – N/A
Marley Ake – N/A