The victory was thanks largely to Ante Rebic (8.7) who netted twice to round off the result after Zlatan Ibrahimovic had scored a brace earlier.
The Croatian created a big chance and had seven touches inside Crotone’s box, a number bettered only by teammate Rafael Leao, and had now doubled his season’s goal tally.
The Gambian had 90% passing accuracy which was tied for the most for his team and lost possession just 11 times overall, scoring with 100% accuracy from his two shots.
That was achieved in just 68 minutes as the evergreen 37-year-old also added a team-high three dribbles and four touches in the Napoli box in a match-winning performance.
Hakan Calhanoglu’s (8.5) two assists and two big chances created earned him a place in midfield alongside Inter duo Marcelo Brozovic (8.2) and Nicolo Barella (7.9).
Barella scored the first in Inter’s 2-0 defeat of Fiorentina, also creating a big chance, while Brozovic had a game-high 96 passes on 93% accuracy, with 28 of them going into the final third.
Theo Hernandez (8.2) completed the most dribbles in Milan’s win with five, created a big chance with one of his five crosses to assist Zlatan for his second and was the clear choice at left-back as he continues his brilliant Serie A campaign.
And rounding out the team, Mattia Perin (8.3) earns the place in between the sticks after his eight saves helped Genoa hold on for the win against Napoli, despite a late concession to Matteo Politano.