Shakhtar Donetsk at their home with good defensive tactics stop Inter Milan from securing a win. There were multiple occasions were Inter looked threatening, but lack of consistency in the attack created problems in the goal scoring chances.
Here are the Player Ratings for the Champions League fixture between Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter Milan.
Andriy Pyatov (GK) (6/10): At the goal for Shakhtar Donetsk, Pyatov looked very impressive with his clearances and passing to the defenders. He had 84% passing accuracy.
Ismaily (7/10): The penetration and chances driven forward from the defense were mainly done by Ismaily. He made an important clearance and also had 83% passing accuracy.
Mykola Matviyenko (8/10): Central Defender Matviyenko was very impressive with his clearances and blocks to dent chances for Martinez and Dzeko.
Marlon (7/10): At the centre back position, Marlon was very good. With 91% passing accuracy,he made some good tackles and clearances to stop Barella and Brozovic build up.
Dodo (7/10): Dodo was smart in anticipating the runs of Dimarco and also on couple of occasions blocked Dzeko from getting in scoring positions.
Taras Stepanenko (7/10): Stepanenko was very impressive at the midfield position with 89% passing accuracy and also helped in build up for Patrick and Maycon.
Pedrinho (7/10): Both at offensive and defensive situations, Pedrinho looked very intact. He had some close shots on goal and also made two key passes leading to goal chances.
Alan Patrick (7/10): Patrick had an excellent day with the ball for Shakhtar Donetsk. He was attacking the ball quite often and created some key passes.
Maycon (7/10): Maycon was very agile and impressive with the ball for Shakhtar Donetsk. He had 94% pass completion and at defensive position also, he made some important clearances.
Manor Solomon (7/10): In the entire game, Solomon made some very good passes to Patrick, Maycon and Pedrinho for goal scoring and also helped the team during counter attacking situation with great interceptions.
Lassina Traore (N/A): Unfortunately, Traore got badly injured in the 11th minute and he was subbed off.
Tete (6/10): After coming in as a substitute for injured Traore in the 1st half but looked less impactful on and off the ball. He failed to create chances on build up by the midfielders.
Sergey Krytsov (N/A)
Mykhailo Mudryk (N/A)
Samir Handanovic (GK) (7/10): Throughout the game, Handanovic was very agile and looked impactful with his clearances and passes.
Alessandro Bastoni (7/10): Bastoni was very sharp on field as he made some important clearances. During the game, he had 80% passing accuracy and also during the attacking situations, he forwarded some great balls to Vecino and Brozovic.
Stefan de Vrij (7/10): de Vrij was a great support to Bastoni and Skriniar in defense line. He made an amazing clearance and had 91% passing accuracy.
Milan Skriniar (7/10): Skriniar was in top form for Inter. He made two important interceptions and same great clearances to stop Solomon and Patrick from getting attacking build up.
Federico Dimarco (7/10): From right wing, Dimarco made some excellent runs during attacking build up for Inter and he provided the some amazing through balls to Dzeko and Barella.
Matias Vecino (6/10): Vecino looked good in patches at midfield. He had only 71% passing accuracy and was often tracked down by Matviyenko and Marlon.
Nicolo Barella (7/10): Barella made some great chances for Dzeko and Martinez. He was very close of scoring goal in the 1st half.
Marcelo Brozovic (7/10): In the midfield, Brozovic was the most impressive player for Inter.He had 96% passing accuracy and made some important passes for Barella, Dzeko and Martinez.
Denzel Dumfries (6/10): Throughout the game, Dumfries was not looking good. He failed to move ball in frontin multiple occasions.
Edin Dzeko(6/10): In the entire game, Dzeko was not looking impressive with his touches and runs. He failed to contribute in build up by Brozovic and Barella.
Lautaro Martinez (5/10): One of the rare days where Martinez looked off colour in the entire game. He could only have 75% passing accuracy and had a close shot off the goal.
Joaquin Correa (7/10): Correa replaced struggling Dzeko and he had some good shots on target. He was making some brilliant runs in the box and had 85% pass completion rate.
Hakan Calhanoglu (7/10): In the 2nd half, Calhanoglu came in for Brozovic and he made some great runs. This tactical substitution helped Inter Milan get more penetration in Shakhtar defense.
Alexis Sanchez (6/10): Sanchez after coming from the bench was expected to create more chances for Inter’s attack but he was unable to get in sync with the movement of Perisic and Correa.
Roberto Gagliardini (N/A)
Ivan Perisic (N/A)