It's hard for a team to show its collective worth when playing Barcelona at the Camp Nou, considering you only have about a fourth of the match to actually have the ball.
Despite the constant stream of criticism which has pelted the club from every direction, there were a few other positives to take away from the match. Kaka is back, and he continues to be Milan's player of the match every time he plays.
Alongside the Brazilian, Nigel de Jong was excellent in cover, and often times cool in possession, always making the quick decision and picking out the right pass.
It's a shame Balotelli couldn't play from the start, because he was in the mood to do well. Despite getting aggressively fouled right away in the second half, he maintained his composure and was excellent when he had open space in front of him.