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Christian Abbiati: 7.0 rating. As I said in the earlier slide, his save on Cavani late in the first half was amazing to say the least, and game changing. Napoli were dominant in the later minutes of the first half and Abbiati did well to keep the floodgates from opening for the Partenopei.
Kevin Constant: 5.9 rating.
Philippe Mexes 5.9 rating. Mexes was noticeably absent on Goran Pandev's goal. It was actually Riccardo Montolivo who was chasing Pandev down from behind, Mexes was nowhere to be found.
Cristian Zapata: 5.7 rating. He was also caught looking on Napoli's goal, just before, actually. It was Zapata who was three steps behind Marek Hamsik when he received Zuniga's ball that started the whole thing.
Ignazio Abate: 5.9 rating. Abate's lax defending started the whole chain reaction for Napoli's score. He gave Zuniga way to much space and an open lane to push the ball to a rapidly advancing Hamsik.
Sulley Ali Muntari: 6.0 rating.
Riccardo Montolivo: 6.5 rating. Montolivo had some decisive defensive plays, as well as many strong touches to give Milan plenty of opportunities to win the match. However, Montolivo left a lot to be desired with his set pieces from just beyond the box.
Mathieu Flamini: 6.4 rating. He opened the scoring, played well and could have proved decisive had he participated in the entire match. He was subbed, he was shown red after a reckless challenge on Juan Zuniga. It was total lack of restraint on his part, and cost his team dearly, forcing them to 10 men for the last 20 minutes of the match.
Robinho: 6.8 rating. Robinho was very active in the first half: he was creative, darting through Napoli's defense, and was very influential in the play that led to Flamini's goal. However, he was nowhere to be found in the second and was subbed off. If Robinho could have maintained his level of intensity throughout the match, the outcome could have been much different.
Giampaolo Pazzini: 6.5 rating. He was a bit of a non-factor throughout the game. Due in large part to strong defending by Napoli's Miguel Britos.
Kevin-Prince Boateng: 6.3 rating. He was remarkably active early on, but an injury forced him off the field early. Milan certainly could have used him later in the match, as he came very close to scoring in the first few minutes.
M'Baye Niang: 6.0 rating. Niang had some quality moments, but for the most part was easily flustered when pressured with the ball. He has a ton of potential, but must learn poise and calm in big games.
Stephan El Shaarawy: 6.2 rating. He was never really given a chance to shine. When he came on, Flamini had just been sent off. Luckily, he didn't pick up a yellow and will be available for next week's match against Juventus.
Mattia De Sciglio 6.0 rating.