Milan 1-2 Betis, player ratings by Gazzetta

AC Milan lost 2-1 the friendly match against Real Betis in Catania. All goals came in the second half. In the first half, a goal was rightly annulled to ex Porto Andre Silva by VAR for offside.

The goals carry the signatures of Fabian Ruiz, Andre Silva (penalty) and Antonio Sanabria (penalty). The rossoneri dominated the game more than the Spaniards with Andre Silva always a danger for the opponents but still they were defeated. Anyway, for Vincenzo Montella the important thing was to put gas in the legs of those who had played less. Mission mostly accomplished.

La Gazzetta dello Sport this morning draws up the usual player ratings. The best in the AC Milan ranks were without a doubt Leonardo Bonucci and Suso, who were given 6.5. The former Juventus, in his first match as captain, provided the experience. The Spaniard, not yet at his best, is inspired and is a certainty for the rossoneri.

Sufficiency for Storari, Antonio Donnarumma, Calabria, Zapata, Gomez, Antonelli, Abate, Locatelli, Calhanoglu and Andre Silva. The Turkish midfielder shows flashes of quality while the Portuguese, after missing a good chances in the first half, redeemed himself with momentary 1-1 draw form penalty. An overall good performance from the Portugal international.

Under 6 for Riccardo Montolivo, Franck Kessie, Jose Mauri and Borini. The Italian winger is always generous and committed but he lacks accuracy.

AC Milan vs Betis player ratings
AC Milan vs Betis player ratings (© La Gazzetta dello Sport)