Inter 2-1 Juventus: player ratings from San Siro

by | Jan 12, 2022 22:50

Inter needed extra time to beat Juventus 2-1 and win the Supercoppa Italiana at San Siro. Check out Football Italia’s player ratings from the Stadio Meazza.

Alexis Sanchez pounced on a defensive error in the final seconds of extra time, as Inter beat Juventus 2-1 to lift the Supercoppa Italiana at San Siro. Click here for the match report.


Handanovic 6 – Saw McKennie squeeze past his defenders and there wasn’t much he could do to avoid Juventus’ goal.

Skriniar 6.5 – He let Morata put the cross for McKennie, but was his only mistake tonight

De Vrij 5.5 – Caught out of position by Morata’s cross. Managed to control Juventus’ strikers for the rest of the night. Wasn’t fully fit and limped during extra time.

Bastoni 6 – His crosses are always a threat, he is a brilliant tactical weapon for Inzaghi, but he was also at fault for McKennie’s goal.

Dumfries 6 – Gave Alex Sandro a hard time, but his crosses weren’t always accurate. (89 Darmian N/G)

Barella 6.5 – Incredible work rate as usual. Pretty much everywhere in the middle of the park. Was given a standing ovation when subbed off. (89 Vidal N/G).

Brozovic 6.5 – The Croat is close to extending his contract with Inter. Inter dominated the game for a long time, also thanks to his accurate passing.

Calhanoglu 5 – First game of 2022. Not at the same level as over the last couple of months in 2021.

Perisic 5.5 – Opened the space for Bastoni’s crosses thanks to his movements towards the middle. Fought hard on every ball, but often missed the final pass. (100 Dimarco N/G)

Dzeko 6.5 – Returned to Inter XI after recovering from COVID. A great point of reference for his teammates. Didn’t have many chances but earned the penalty kick converted by Lautaro. (76 Correa 6)

Lautaro Martinez 6 – Converted the spot-kick in the first half, but didn’t get much service. (75 Sanchez 7 – Became the hero of the night, named MVP.)

Inzaghi 6.5 – Inter dominated the game, they have a clear identity but struggled to find the way through.


Perin 6 – Replaced Szczesny who still doesn’t have the so-called ‘Green Pass’. Not a busy night. Lautaro sent him the wrong way from the spot.

De Sciglio 5.5 –  Started again after scoring the winner in Rome, but he gave the penalty kick away this time.

Rugani 6 –  Gradually took control. Somehow Lautaro didn’t have an easy night.

Chiellini 5.5 – Was lucky as a contact with Barella in the first half may be worthy of a penalty kick for Inter. Both he and Alex Sandro to be blamed for the Nerazzurri’s late winner.

Alex Sandro 4 – Not very attacking-minded, but few issues defensively until the very end when he gifted the cup to Inter. Had a tough end of 2021. The beginning of 2022 was even worst.

Bernardeschi 5 – Too slow on the ball. Good movements, but poor decision making. (79 Arthur 6)

McKennie 6.5 – A bit of a winger and a bit of a central midfielder. Inter’s defence struggled to track his movement when he put Juventus ahead. Helped the team defensively. Allegri will be looking for more goals from him.

Locatelli 6 – Had highs and lows but provided security overall. (91 Bentancur N/G)

Rabiot 5 – Too sloppy. The physical impact is there, but not the vision or the creativity. Should do much more being one of Juventus’ highest earners.

Kulusevski 5.5 –  As it had happened here at the Meazza back in October, his main task was to man-mark Brozovic and prevent Inter’s build-up play. He didn’t do it all the time. (74 Dybala 5.5)

Moratata 6.5 – Deservedly started over Kean. Another solid performance with the assist for Kulusevski. (89 Kean N/G)

Allegri 6 – Juventus also have a clear identity and is completely opposite to Inter’s. Sit deep and play on the counter-attack. Boring at times, but Juve knew what they were getting.


  1. Urban Sombrero

    What about Bonnucci?

  2. Arsenal fan

    Moratata?! Ahahahaha.

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