It’s over, the fasting title experienced by AC Milan in the Serie A competition since 2011. Because, Stefano Pioli’s team has just confirmed the Scudetto title in the 2021/22 season after defeating Sassuolo with a landslide score of 3-0.
In that match, Olivier Giroud managed to show his light by scoring one goal and added by a kick from Franck Kessie. Not only those two names, Rafael Leao is also fairly capable of showing his best performance.
Even though he didn’t score, he is considered to have been the cause of Milan’s success in recording three points, considering that the Portuguese passport player was able to create a hat-trick of assists in just 14 minutes.
With Milan winning the Serie A competition, they have now equaled their city rivals’ trophy achievements, Inter, who won 19 titles.
Mike Maignan 7/10: Looks comfortable in the back, because it does not get too much pressure.
Theo Hernandez 7.6/10: Continue to show a positive appearance, after being able to help attack and defense in a balanced way.
Fikayo Tomori 7,5 / 10: Impressive play, often stopping attacks with perfect tackles.
Pierre Kalulu 7,5 / 10: To be a good partner in Tomori’s duet, because he can also be quick to keep AC Milan’s goal from conceding.
Davide Calabria 7/10: Being on the right side, Calabria is quite capable in helping the defense.
Franck Kessie 8/10: Possibly playing the last game in Milan, Kessie managed to show a good performance by creating an assist.
Sandro Tonali 6.5 / 10: Acting as a defensive midfielder, his performance experienced inconsistency.
Rafael Leao 9.5/10: Showed his best performance to the fullest, considering that he could contribute through three assists.
Rade Krunic 7/10: Enough to help in building attacks.
Alexis Saelemaekers 8/10: Although not scoring goals, Saelemaekers often provide intensive attacks to the defense, Sassuolo.
Olivier Giroud 9.5/10: Not wasting the opportunity to be a starter, Giroud was able to register his name on the scoreboard twice.
Ismael Bennacer (in 46 minutes) 6.5/10: Does not change the course of the game.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (73 minutes on) 6.5/10: Enough to disrupt the opposing team’s defense, but must be willing to see the goal disallowed for offside.
Brahim Diaz (in 73rd minute) 6/10: The performance is fairly standard.
Alessandro Florenzi (on 81 minutes).
Alessio Romagnoli (on 81 minutes).