Today, AC Milan Primavera side finally managed to snatch an important victory against Cesena which places them at the 14th position, still not really safe of the relegation zone. They now have 21 points after 20 matches played.
Against Cesena today, the goalscorers were Stalmach (on whom we shared this important insight, click here to read it), El Hilali and Diego Sia.
Mondo Primavera shared the following ratings of the AC Milan players following their victory and they are as follows:
Nava 6.5: The AC Milan Primavera team conceded a penalty due to his error, but his save on Polli made up for it. Who knows what the game would have been without his save.
Casali 5.5: Struggled with Carlini’s speed and gave away some chances, but managed to cope as the minutes passed.
Simic 6.5: Gains confidence game after game, solid.
Nsiala 6: Risked compromising at one point, but his team survived and he caused Polli’s red card.
Bozzolan 6: Less electric than usual…
Zeroli 5: Hitting the post left some regrets in an overall lackluster performance (56′ Eletu 6.5, gave dynamism as he is coach Abate’s weapon off the bench).
Stalmach 7: Takes the spotlight after a convincing performance culminating in a goal, his coexistence with Eletu is to be experimented.
Gala 6: Creates some flashes in the first half, then comes off to facilitate a more offensive set up for the second half (46′ El Hilali 7, his quality and his ninth goal of the season make the difference, the team finds a beacon in him).
Chaka Traoré 7: Playmaker through the center, his unpredictability leads to the goals that open and close the game in the second half (68′ Diego Sia 7, comes on and scores, always makes an impact when he plays).
Mangiameli 5.5: Far from the rest of the team, he finds no space to strike or impact the game (64′ Longhi 6.5, denied by the crossbar only, finds his rhythm later to make himself known).
Alesi 6: Does not excel with the man advantage and in numerical parity, he provides few sparks, and the inconsistency of playing time does not favour him (77′ Coubis N/A).
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