Get French Football News brings you player ratings for the AS Monaco players who drew 0-0 with Juventus on Wednesday night.
Danjiel Subasic – 6
Did not have a single save to make of note and his distribution was adequate.
Layvin Kurzawa – 5.5
Not his best game and he knows it. Continued to offer good attacking options both with his crosses down the left and as an aerial threat in the box, but failed to make an impact in either position with poor crosses and positionally he struggled with headers.
Aymen Abdennour – 7.5
A vital cog tonight who saved Monaco on multiple occasions when Juventus threatened on the counter attack. Has proved himself in the last 4 Champions League games to be one of the most exciting defensive talents in Europe.
Andrea Raggi – 5
Tonight’s second half Monaco captain was the side’s biggest liability. He nearly put Tevez through on goal one vs one and his clearances were rash and straight out into touch when he should have looked to create from the back as his colleagues did. One of Monaco’s most technically limited players.
Fabinho – 7
Had some lovely interchanges with Bernardo Silva in the first half and offered better crosses than Kurzawa. Impressive and a shame that there was no aerial threat for Monaco in the box.
Jeremy Toulalan – 7
Played his role perfectly in the first half before being hauled off. Juventus did not have a single chance in the first half.
Bernardo Silva – 7.5
A very dainty player who is making his name in Europe tonight. Lovely technical ability and by far Monaco’s most dangerous player, he just did not shoot enough.
Geoffrey Kondogbia – 8
Another incredible game from the Frenchman, who offered fantastic ability to breakup Juventus attacks at source combined with wonderful bustling runs past players, some nice technical skill to beat Pirlo on one occasion most notably, and the courage to take a shot, even if he did not hit the target much.
Joao Moutinho – 7.5
One of Monaco’s most crucial players, his ability to pass the ball on at pace and accurately really enabled ASM to have a good go tonight. His attacking abilities did not shine through as much in the second half because he was forced in slightly deeper to accommodate a tactical change, but continues to impress in the big games.
Anthony Martial – 6
Struggled with Juventus’ back three and in hindsight probably should not have started, would have been a better outlet to bring on for Berbatov. Still showed an aerial willingness but was fighting a losing battle and is not the type of striker to get on the end of crosses. The wrong type of opposition for his skill set tonight.
Yannick Ferreira Carrasco – 6
Horrible set piece deliveries which was an area Monaco really could have got a goal from, because they had so many of them. Showed desire this evening and his rapidity did scare Juventus at times, but really let the team down with his wayward free-kicks and corners.
Dimitar Berbatov – 5.5
Came on at half time and barely touched the ball. When he did, he would invariably make a mistake and then blame a teammate. If he had been a little quicker he would have pounced on a poor Juve back pass and scored past Buffon.