A second half comeback from Milan earns them a point in Turin as the match ended 2-2.
Here are the Rossoneri player ratings v Torino.
Gianluigi Donnarumma (7.0): The teenager was let down heavily by his defense tonight. Although he surrendered two goals, his penalty save on Adem Ljajic denied Torino from going ahead 3-0 in the first half. Overall, Donnarumma fared well for the Rossoneri who needed every bit of his talent tonight.
Ignazio Abate (5.5): The Italian captain was beaten several times tonight. Abate yanked down Barreca in the penalty area and was all out of sorts. A night to forget for the Azzurri right-back.
Gabriel Paletta (6.5): The best of the defenders for Milan tonight. Paletta did well to clear his lines and support a leaky Milan back-line which was dismembered by Torino throughout the first half.
Alessio Romagnoli (5.5): A shocking performance for the star Italian defender. Romagnoli was turned inside-out by Falque before Torino found their first goal. Factor in the red card he picked up late, which will see him miss the major tie with Napoli, and you have a poor outing.
Davide Calabria (5.0): In his return to the starting lineup, Calabria looked highly uncomfortable playing out of position as a left-back. In fact, the Italian performed so bad that he gave way to Leonel Vangioni who made his debut for the club.
Mario Pasalic (6.0): A below-average display by the Croatian. He didn’t do enough on the back end to limit Torino’s high-powered counter-attacking play. Not to mention his poor positioning kept Belotti onside for the opener.
Manuel Locatelli (6.5): Locatelli performed the best of the midfield three. With every passing game, the teenager looks more confident and composed in all aspects of the game. Unfortunately, the yellow card he accumulated will see him miss Saturday’s clash with Napoli.
Andrea Bertolacci (6.0): Bertolacci worked hard despite giving away possession a bit too often. However, he managed to grab a much-needed goal for the Rossoneri in the second half, jumpstarting the comeback. With Locatelli suspended for the Napoli clash, Bertolacci could become a candidate to occupy the regista role.
Suso (6.5): The Spaniard did well to shake his opponent, which has been customary all season long. His efforts from the free-kick were on point as well. Yet while Suso continues to dazzle, he needs to be less selfish when better options can be played.
Carlos Bacca (6.5): Carlos Bacca buried the second Milan goal from the penalty spot to level at two goals a piece. His work in the build-up was better in the first half, but he faded a bit in the second while Milan searched for the winner. Two straight games with a goal should help his confidence however.
Giacomo Bonaventura (6.5): The Milan playmaker did not do enough in this one. Although good in possession, Jack failed to create many chances for Bacca who seemed hungry for a big game.
Juraj Kucka (6.0): The Slovakian’s brutish force was sorely missed in the midfield from the start. His physicality, albeit a bit reckless at times, could have prevented Torino from inflicting as much pressure as they did.
Leonel Vangioni (n/a): The speedy ex-River Plate defender made his club debut, replacing Davide Calabria. He was not on the pitch long enough to make an assessment.
M’Baye Niang (n/a): The player was not on the pitch long enough to make a proper assessment.