Welcome to my 11th FIFA 12 Player Ratings review article. So far, I've reviewed the "Big Six" of English football (Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal), the two La Liga giants (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona), Bayern Munich and Juventus.
Though no domestic team truly dominated Serie A, AC Milan's form was more than impressive enough to lock up the Serie A title a couple of weeks prior to the competitions' conclusion, and helped the team withstand a late push from Internazionale to repeat as title holders for the sixth consecutive season.
However, despite AC Milan's domestic success, the team's European form was very poor. The team limped out of the group stage after taking only a solitary point from both Real Madrid and Ajax, and lost to Tottenham in the knockout rounds despite being the favorites to progress.
So it was not a season of complete success, but Silvio Berlusconi and co. will surely have been pleased with the team's title at the end of the season.
How did AC Milan's title success (and European failure) affect its players' individual ratings? Let's find out.
Note: Players rated below 70 have been excluded.