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Serie A: Inter Milan vs Torino player ratings as Inter Milan continues to stay on top of the table with yet another win by 1-0 at full-time.

Inter Milan vs Torino: Inter Milan faces Torino at the San Siro Stadium on Matchday 19 of Serie A.

Dumfries made the goal difference coverting the pass by Dzeko and a little flick provided by Brozovic straight towards the bottom netting. Inter was well involved in the attack from the beginning and there was very little that Torino could do. They continue their winning streak ending their year in a style.

Let’s have a look at the player ratings for Inter Milan vs Torino match:

Inter Milan vs Torino Player Ratings

Inter Milan

Serie A: Inter Milan vs Torino player ratings as Inter Milan continues to stay on top of the table with yet another win by 1-0 at full-time. 2

Samir Handanovic (7/10):  Didn’t have much to do into the game as Torino got very few attacking chances. He managed to earn a clean sheet successfully in the end.

Milan Skriniar (6.3/10):  Skriniar is strong in defense every time we see him. His blocks are too strong where the attackers get very less chances to win an interception.

De Vrij (7.5/10):  Made an exceptional clearance from the box almost saving a goal opportunity. Moved up forward even in the ending minutes in search of a good-headed finish.

Alessandro Bastoni (7/10): provided some good headed clearances. Moved up to help the attack whenever the push was stronger.

Denzel Dumfries (8/10):  Was present in the center of the box to pull the shot straight in the nets getting the 1st goal for Milan. He gave a good push heading his way ahead.

Marcelo Brozovic (6.2/10): Was present in the gaps whenever the attacking duty arrived. He continuously switched positions being present in the right gap to receive the passes.

Arturo Vidal (7/10): Arturo was sharp in midfield aiming a few chances which were well wide. He had a decent game overall.

Hakan Calhanoglu (6.3/10):  Gathered a few shots aiming towards the goal but they didn’t connect the target. He received the first card of the night getting a handball.

Ivan Perisic (7/10): Perisic covered up the wing well dribbling his way in between. He didn’t give his best performance tonight as he couldn’t get a goal in his name.

Edin Dzeko (7.8/10): was looking sharp in attack making his way in the gaps. He provided a good assist providing a pass in the gap where he had multiple options but he found the best one leading to a goal for the home side.

Lautaro Martinez (6.3/10): Dragged his way forward in search of a goal every movement. Couldn’t convert the shots into goals missing some of the best chances.

Substitutions:

Vecino (5.8/10): wasn’t much involved in the midfield after entering up the field. seemed lost most of the time in the game.

Alexis Sanchez (6.2/10): had a good opportunity to double up the lead. He missed the shot by a few inches which could have led to the 2nd goal of the game.

Sensi (5.7/10):  Provided a good ball in the gap for Sanchez that he missed by a few inches. He pushed his way forward very early on.

D’Ambrosio (5.8/10): Couldn’t provide much of an effort as he entered late on the field.

Dimarco(5.7/10): Couldn’t provide much of an effort as he entered late on the field.

Torino

Andrea Belotti has been Torino’s star striker for some seasons now

 V.Savic (6.7/10): Provided an eye-catching start making some fine saves. Still didn’t manage to stop the incoming goal.

Alessandro Buongiorno (5.9/10):  Had a very bad game tonight as he couldn’t stop the wing attack as Dumfries managed to cut through him easily. He provided a defensive gap lacking onto the field.

Gleison Silva (6.6/10):  Was extra cautious in defense covering the center role well. His headed clearances were up to the mark.

L.Djidji(6.3/10): made some dangerous tackles outside the box leading to freekick opportunities. Was good in the defense overall.

Aina(6/10):  Aina was actively involved in both attack and defense. He failed to return to defense again when needed.

T.Pobega (6/10): made a few interceptions in the first half. Couldn’t make enough blocks and was substituted in the 2nd half.

Sasa Lukic (6.5/10): came into action in the 2nd half aiming from distance. He made his way heading through the wings trying to manage some crosses.

Wilfred Singo (6.9/10):  Singo made necessary blocks covering Perisic well and he had done his job from the wing. Stopping Perisic from cutting his way through is an important cover-up that he managed.

Marko Pjaca (6/10): Pjaca looked poor in the attack not able to convert any chances. He felt frustrated trying to hit the shots from distance.

Arnaldo Sanabria (5.8/10): the lone attacker couldn’t play at his level best. He tried a good shot from outside the box into the bottom right corner that was easily collected by Handanovic.

Josip Brekalo (6.5/10): gathered a good attack with an early start of the game. Went missing in the later stages of the match.

Substitutions:

M.Warming(6/10): He added a strong sprint just after entering the field but was blocked in the defense. He wasn’t seen in action after that run.

Mandragora (6.2/10) He took the attack to a better level after entering. He got few chances to head forward in the attack.

Rodriguez (5.8/10):  Didn’t make much of a difference entering the field. He was not seen enough into action

Praet (5.8/10):  Didn’t make much of a difference entering the field. He was not seen enough into action

Ansaldi (5.9/10):  Didn’t make much of a difference entering the field. He was not seen enough into action

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