Edin Dzeko, Stefan de Vrij, and Ivan Perisic were Inter’s best performers in their 1-1 draw with Juventus at the San Siro yesterday evening according to Italian media.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who highlight the trio’s efforts in their player ratings for the match, awarding 7/10 scores to all three.
Dzeko scored his sixth goal in his sixth game at the San Siro this evening, showing another strong display as he proved that he can be called upon reliably, while Stefan de Vrij hardly put a foot wrong as he led the team’s efforts at the other end of the pitch.
Perisic, meanwhile, was removed in the second half as he was on a booking and tired, but for as long as he was on the pitch constantly made himself a presence on the Nerazzurri’s left side in all phases of the game.
Lautaro Martinez, however, only earned a 5/10 score for a game in which he worked hard but was never really unable to get the better of the Bianconeri’s central defenders, and Denzel Dumfries was deemed to be the Nerazzurri’s worst performer after he gave away a penalty which cost his team the points coming off the bench.