Inter forward Joaquin Correa has received criticism for the quality of his performance in yesterday’s win against Bologna at the San Siro before he had to come off injured.
In the player ratings for the Serie A clash in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper la Repubblica, the Argentine received a score of 6/10, among the lowest among Nerazzurri players.
Inter had a good night against Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Rossoblu team, earning an emphatic 6-1 win to get back on track after disappointment against Real Madrid in midweek, but Correa did not enjoy his evening.
The 27-year-old had to leave the pitch following a collision with Bologna defender Lorenzo Di Silvestri, but even his performance before this did not see him at his best, earning him the same grade as Aleksandar Kolarov, Roberto Gagliardini, and Andrea Ranocchia.
Meanwhile, 6.5/10 grades were given to the likes of Stefan de Vrij, Alessandro Bastoni, Alexis Sanchez, and Samir Handanovic, while Milan Skriniar, Federico Dimarco, Denzel Dumfries, Matias Vecino, Marcelo Brozovic, and Nicolo Barella all received scores of 7/10.
The highest player ratings, 7.5/10 scores, were given to Lautaro Martinez and Denzel Dumfries, while coach Simone Inzaghi received an 8/1o grade for his approach.