Serie A 2019-20: Juventus Vs AC Milan Player Ratings And Result

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Serie A 2019-20: Juventus scored a late goal off Paulo Dybala's strike against AC Milan. Read more to find out the player ratings from the big Italian clash.

Written By Abhishek Shetty | Mumbai | Updated On:
Serie A

Juventus hanged on to their Serie A supremacy with a close win against AC Milan when the two teams faced each other on Monday. Sarri's side displayed an average performance overall until Paulo Dybala broke the deadlock in the 77' minute to grab  three points for the Old Lady. Cristiano Ronaldo was called off the pitch during the 55th minute after a subdued performance in the first half and was replaced by the goalscorer. The Real Madrid legend got substituted for the second time in a row by Sarri and this is only the fourth time in Ronaldo's career that he has been called off. However, AC Milan's strikers failed to capitalize on the chances they got on the match, which saw Juventus cruising past them in the clash. Let's see how the players from both the side performed in the match. 

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Juventus vs AC Milan: Player Ratings

Juventus Player Ratings

Szczesny- 9/10
Juan Cuadrado- 7/10
Leonardo Bonucci- 6/10
Matthijs De Ligt- 6/10
Alex Sandro- 7/10
Miralem Pjanic- 6/10
Blaise Matuidi- 7/10
Rodrigo Bentancur- 6/10
Federico Bernardeschi- 7/10
Cristiano Ronaldo- 6/10
Gonzalo Higuain- 7/10


Paulo Dybala- 8/10
Douglas Costa- 7/10
Adrien Rabiot- 6/10

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AC Milan Player Ratings

Donnarumma- 6/10
Conti- 7/10
Duarte- 6/10
Romagnoli- 5/10
Hernández- 6/10
Paquetá- 6/10
Bennacer- 5/10
Krunić- 5/10
Suso- 7/10
PiΔ…tek- 6/10
Çalhanoglu- 8/10


Bonaventura- 5/10 
Leão- 6/10
Rebić- N/A

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