Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan outclass Roma at the Stadio Olimpico and extend their unbeaten run to 12 games in all competitions.
Here are the Rossoneri player ratings.
Gianluigi Donnarumma (7.0): The birthday boy was a spectator for the most part, but when needed he made some good saves. The 19-year old also performed a good bit of skill with the ball at his feet early in the first half.
Ricardo Rodríguez (7.0): A solid performance on the left side of the defence, and was great going forward and equally as good when defending.
Alessio Romagnoli (8.0): Another fantastic performance at the back for Romagnoli who was first to everything and put his body on the line. He would have scored against his former club, in a move he started, if not for the glorious tackle by Manolas.
Leonardo Bonucci (8.0): A Captain’s performance from Bonucci who was unbeatable at the heart of the Milan defence and made a last-ditch sliding tackle on Pellegrini to prevent the Rossoneri from conceding. Improved his passing accuracy this week as well.
Davide Calabria (8.0): Had the right side of the defence covered for the entire game and bombed forward at every opportunity. Scored a fantastic chip to make it 2-0 to score his debut senior goal.
Giacomo Bonaventura (7.0): Another standard performance for Bonaventura who played a big part in attacking moves for Il Diavolo and provided good defensive cover too.
Lucas Biglia (7.5): Put his body on the line for the team and despite being pressed highly by the likes of Nainggolan and Schick, the Argentine international was able to accurately pass the ball around the pitch.
Franck Kessié (7.0) Started the game brightly and was one of the reasons why Milan won the battle in the middle of the park. Gave the ball away cheaply on a few occasions though.
Hakan Çalhanoglu (6.0): Not the best performance from the Turkish international, but he was able to get involved in attacking moves for Milan.
Patrick Cutrone (7.5): Had a quiet first half but was on the scoresheet for Milan at the start of the second half with a cheeky back heel. Was very physical and caused a lot of problems for Manolas and Fazio.
Suso (7.0): Was skilful as ever on the right for Milan and provided a great ball for Cutrone’s opener.
Nikola Kalinić (7.0): Came on and was involved in Milan’s attacking moves. He provided a lovely assist for Calabria.
Fabio Borini (6.0): The Italian was put on by Gattuso as a defensive substitution and he did what was asked of him. Should have scored a third for Milan though.
Riccardo Montolivo (N/A): Replaced Bonaventura in the dying moments of the game and had no time to make an impact.