Geno vs Inter Milan Player Ratings: Genoa looked a better team in the first half as they took the game to their opponents, but second half saw an unsuccessful Inter trying to make an impact on the game. Genoa could not score but held onto their clean sheet and denied Inter any goals.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the Genoa vs Inter Milan clash: –
Genoa vs Inter Milan Player Ratings
Salvatore Sirigu (6.9/10): The veteran goalkeeper made 4 saves and managed to keep a clean sheet after many games.
Silvan Hefti (7.3/10): The right back marked Ivan Perisic well and did not allow him to put in decisive crosses inside the box.
Leo Ostigard (8/10): Ostigard defended brilliantly inside the penalty area and squeezed room around strikers making them unable to take shots.
Nikola Maksimovic (7/10): Maksimovic had a fine game in the back before he got injured. He was replaced by Cambiasso.
Johan Vasquez (6.8/10): Vasquez played the latter half of the game in center back position and defended well.
Stefano Sturaro (7.7/10): Sturaro positioning in the midfield was magnificent and he recovered the ball from Inter very well.
Milan Badelj (7.8/10): Badelj along with Sturaro were standouts in the midfield as they complemented each other’s game.
Albert Gudmundsson (6.1/10): Gudmundsson missed an important chance early in the game as he scuffed a shot wide when he had just the goalkeeper to beat.
Filippo Melegoni (7.6/10): Melegoni created a few chances which were not converted. His long-range effort was kept out by Handanovic in the second half.
Manolo Portanova (6.3/10): Portanova had an average game as he could not produce anything decisive.
Kelvin Yeboah (6.3/10): Yeboah did not have a great game but he pressed well and created some pressure in Inter’s half.
Andrea Cambiasso (NA): Cambiasso was very unfortunate as he got injured after just 5 minutes on the pitch and had to be stretchered off the pitch.
Yayah Kallon (6.1/10): The forward did not have much to do in the game coming in.
Riccardo Calafiori (6.5/10): Calafiori replaced the injured Cambiasso and played his position well.
Nadiem Amiri (NA)
Nicolo Rovella (NA)
Samir Handanovic (6.3/10): Handanovic faced only 1 shot on target in the whole match which he saved.
Danilo D’Ambrosio (7.8/10): D’Ambrosio playing in the place of Milan Skriniar was arguably the better center back among Inter’s defenders.
Stefan de Vrij (7.3/10): The skipper played to his strengths and kept the ball out of goal. He defended with his body on the line.
Alessandro Bastoni (7.5/10): Along with D’Ambrosio and de Vrij, Bastoni managed to keep a clean sheet with brilliant defending.
Denzel Dumfries (6.9/10): Dumfries ran up and down the right flank but could not put in quality crosses in.
Nicolo Barella (7.1/10): Barella’s passing and distribution was good. He was replaced by Vecino late in the second half.
Marcelo Brozovic (7.5/10): Brozovic made a lot of clumsy challenges, but he distributed the ball well and made a few excellent defensive tackles.
Hakan Calhanoglu (6.5/10): Calhanoglu took a couple of shots but they were not on target including a shot just inches wide of the post.
Ivan Perisic (7/10): Perisic had a decent match and made good forward runs but could not produce anything impressive.
Alexis Sanchez (6/10): Sanchez had a poor game as he did not even have a single shot on target. He was replaced by Martinez in the second half.
Edin Dzeko (6.5/10): Dzeko did not look at his best as his shots did not have the venom to beat Sirigu.
Lautaro Martinez (6.5/10): Martinez managed 3 shots in the little time he had out of which one shot was blocked and the other two were saved.
Arturo Vidal (6.2/10): Vidal could not be much of an impact on the game coming in for Calhanoglu.
Federico Dimarco (NA)
Matias Vecino (NA)
Felipe Caicedo (NA)