One of the most significant performances in the rossonero camp was that of Ocampos, one of the many “ex” players of the day. The Argentinian was the best of the day for the number of times he attempted dribbling (11), succeeded in dribbling (10) and obviously for the dribbling success percentage (90.9%: just ahead of his teammate, Deulofeu). But not only. Ocampos was the eighth best player of the day in terms of duels (33), the third best for the percentage of duels won (45.5%) and the eighth best for offensive duels (19, 52.6% success rate). This was an all-around performance that led him to being the second-ranked Serie A player for shots (5) and shots on goal (3). However, the fact that he was so incisive in the two playing phases without successfully scoring is precisely where Milan still needs to take their step forward in terms of quality.