Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic was the only player who shone for his team in yesterday evening’s Champions League defeat to Real Madrid, according to Italian media.
The Croat received a strong 7/10 grade in the player ratings for the match in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, the highest of any player in a Nerazzurri shirt.
Brozovic is hailed in the newspaper as the one Inter player who could have slotted into Real’s team based on yesterday evening’s display, where he was his usual consistent self.
Meanwhile, Samir Handanovic was also given a positive grade, with a 6.5/10 score for some of his key saves.
Danilo D’Ambrosio received a mediocre 5.5/10 score, singled out for his struggles against pacy and technical Real winger Vinicius, while coach Simone Inzaghi received the same score.
The worst Inter player according to the newspaper was midfielder Nicolo Barella, who received a 4/10 score for a display in which he should have done better on Real’s first goal and got himself sent off for hot-headedness.