Goalkeeper Andre Onana was Inter’s best performer in their 2-0 Serie A loss to Juventus yesterday evening.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who name the Cameroonian as one of the few outstanding Nerazzurri performers on the night.

There was little that Onana could have done on either of the Bianconeri’s goals.

Juventus broke through on the counterattack and both Adrien Rabiot and Niccolo Fagioli were able to get a clear sight of goal, shooting past the keeper.

Meanwhile, Onana made a couple excellent saves to keep the scoreline down, and was his usual composed presence at the back, including when the team was building up in possession.

Tuttosport gave the 26-year-old a score of 6.5/10 in their player ratings for the match.

Meanwhile, midfielder Nicolo Barella received a grade of just 4.5/10.

The error that the 25-year-old made to allow Filip Kostic to run into space and set up the Bianconeri’s opener was singled out as a key reason for the low score.