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Juventus 2-0 Inter: Player Ratings

Juventus were up against it but turned things around in the second half through a sensational performance from Filip Kostic who set up both goals in a 2-0 win over Inter.


Tek: Made some great saves to deny Calhanoglu from distance. Superb stop in a 1 v 1 with Lautaro. 7.0/10

Danilo: Vital early work with his defensive headers before an excellent header to score the second which was overruled by VAR. A captain’s performance. 6.5/10

Bremer: Half chance from a Kostic cross, and resolute at the back in the opening ’45. 6.5/10

Sandro: Very disappointing during the first half but he improved as the match went on. 6.0/10

Cuadrado: Some well-timed runs and had one half chance that was blocked. 6/0/10

Fagioli: Offered lots of energy and positive movement in the centre of the pitch before taking the second goal with an excellent shot. A huge night for the young man. 7.5/10

Locatelli: Not at his best, a little too quiet, even if he did contribute some good work in the closing stages. 6.0/10

Rabiot: Quiet in the first half before scoring the opener with a lovely finish that Onana had no chance of getting to. 7.0/10

Kostic: A little anonymous in the first half, but his counterattacking run was excellent for the Juve opener. Also set up the Juve second which was incorrectly disallowed before making a dazzling run to create the eventual second, which was finished by Fagioli. Sensational. 8.5/10

Miretti: A little frustrated, playing in a higher position and being somewhat stifled at times. 6.0/10

Milik: Lacked service for the entire half and cut a very frustrated figure. 6.0/10


Chiesa: Helped to relieve the pressure and had a great chance in a 1 v 1 with Onana. 6.5/10

Di Maria: N/A


Onana: Seldom tested in the opening ’45, but he could do little on the Juve opener. Wonderful save to deny Kostic from a tight angle 5.5/10

Skriniar: Dogged defending but his positioning was off at times and he was caught for pace. 5.5/10

De Vrij: The best of the Inter CB’s in the opening exchanges but even he could do nothing on the Juve goals. 6.0/10

Acerbi: Some wayward tackles, had a great half chance that was deflected wide. 5.5/10

Dumfries: Great block to deny Cuadrado’s effort, but he had to score from the perfect chance he had. 5.0/10

Mkhitaryan: A little quiet at times, relying on his midfield teammates to create the chances. 5.0/10

Calhanoglu: Good effort from range to test Szczesny in both halves, good delivery on the set pieces. 6.0/10

Barella: Vital influence in the midfield, pulling the strings to create openings. 6.5/10

Dimarco: Started really well, whipping in the cross for Lautaro’s effort but faded as the game went on. 5.5/10

Dzeko: A good presence in the box and wasted a good chance from Lautaro’s flick on. 5.5/10

Martinez: Golden early chance, blazed just wide of the far post. Had a great chance to make it 1-1 but was denied by an excellent save from Szczesny. 6.0/10


Correa: Good pass to set up Lautaro 5.0/10

Gosens: N/A

Brozovic: N/A

Darmian: N/A

Bellanova: N/A

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