Italian press fillets derby performance De Ketelaere

Italian press fillets derby performance De Ketelaere
Italian press fillets derby performance De Ketelaere

Charles De Ketelaere has had his first real top game as a player for AC Milan. On Saturday evening, the young Red Devil started in the base during the ever-charged derby against Internazionale. The Rossoneri eventually came out on top with 3-2, CDK’s performance was rather volatile.

The most expensive Milan acquisition of the past summer mercato did grow in the game and came out better towards the end. He aimed a header chance just over, but he was also much more involved in the field game. But De Ketelaere’s derby started on a false note. After all, with a covering error on Marcelo Brozovic, he was at the basis of Inter’s opening goal.

The Italian media therefore give differing comments. Bee La Gazzetta dello Sport For example, if they were fairly strict, De Ketelaere only got a 5.5 out of 10 in the player ratings. “The defensive work of the Belgian was tragic. A stain on the conscience of De Ketelaere, who let Brozovic go against the first goal and ran 40 meters behind him in vain”, according to the pink sports newspaper. “Guilty of the goal against by losing sight of Brozovic. But when he sprints with the ball between his feet, he instills fear,” adds Corriere della Serra ready.

However, there were also favorable reactions to the performance of Club Brugge’s youth product. For example, ex-trainer and Italian football icon Arrigo Sacchi was enthusiastic about what De Ketelaere showed in the derby. “He was good and could set the pace of the game. He knows how to free himself and can use the spaces well,” Sacchi said. GdS.

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