SempreInter.com Player Ratings – Bologna 1 – 1 Inter: Icardi’s penalty saves 1 point

September 20, 2017 08:30
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For the second consecutive match, Spalletti’s men gave a poor performance as Inter needed a controversial penalty to salvage something from the trip to Bologna. Inter looked fatigued and lacked ideas and were bullied in the first half.

Samir Handanovic – 5.5: The calmness was lost today as his defenders let him down. His distribution was poor as well, 57% passing is too low for a goalkeeper.

Danilo D’Ambrosio – 5: All the damage Verdi and Di Francesco did came from diagonal balls that D’Ambrosio didn’t even try to contest, couldn’t keep up with the pace.

Milan Skriniar- 5.5: Some signs in the first half that he is human, struggled to contain the aggressive Bologna attack but slowly got into the game as they tired.

Joao Miranda – 5.5: Had a very physical battle with Petkovic and like last week, just about evened it out in the end, like his partner got better in the 2nd half.

Yuto Nagatomo – 5: Tried hard but having Perisic in front of him made him look better, defensively he was just like DD, let them dominate and didn’t contest aerially.

Borja Valero – 5: The booking slowed him down, but his job was to make Inter tick and move the ball quicker. Failed to do that tonight, looked fatigued.

Matias Vecino – 6.5: Matias never stopped fighting. He tried to attack, had the most interceptions and tackles and was our only midfielder who never stopped running.

Antonio Candreva – 5: Its incredible how many times he had no pressure to cross the ball, yet he managed to cross it to no one in particular. Too one dimensional.

Joao Mario – 4.5: It wasn’t his night, right from the 1st minute. Fluffed his lines then and after that it went downhill. Poor touches galore, poor passes, give-aways.

Ivan Perisic – 5: You cant fault his effort, he helps out defensively a lot as well. But was wasteful whenever he got the ball, not the usual Ivan we are accustomed to.

Mauro Icardi – 5.5: His numbers tell you the story, we never really created chances for him or found him with the ball. His calmness saved us 2 points tonight.

Eder – 6: Great impact off the bench, tried to play deep which is not his usual position as well, I’m not sure he knew much about the penalty decision though.

Marcelo Brozovic – S/V: Too few touches for him to be rated, never got enough time on the ball when he was on.

Roberto Gagliardini -S/V: Just like Brozo, he was on because Borja was completely out of gas. Nothing notable in his few minutes.

Luciano Spalletti – 5: I cant believe he took that long to change his attacking strategy. It was clear what was wrong and for the first time we looked un-prepared.

Referee Di Bello – 4: I’m still not sure if it’s a penalty. Gave free kicks away too easily. Lost control of the game and almost all 50-50 decisions enraged both sets of fans.

Inter – 4: That first half was us playing like a Primavera team, we were bullied. We created our own luck in the 2nd but overall this is unacceptable.

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Suneet Bajaj
By Suneet Bajaj
  • Ming

    So much talk of a Scudetto winning team. Ming laugh and laugh and laugh……

    • zamorano1+8

      looool where was ur self esteem all these days… weak honourless troll. ;P u need to drop by more regular, not only in these moments… gotta get more active boi.

    • INTERisLife

      And ur sides record is??

    • Stefano

      And Milan sucks and sucks and sucks…

  • kofko

    Candreva should have the same score as Mario. Completely invisible and total lost of space

  • ezekiel

    jao mario was the worst in this game. you can see we become a bit better after spalletti take him off and replace him with eder..

    • Farhan Gani

      I want Eder to start, all these Eder haters doesn’t know anything. I know Eder isn’t always very good but for me he deserves a chance now when Joao Mario and Candreva has given really bad performances.