Yes, playing the best team means the priority is to get the 3 points. I think it also provides the opportunity to "fix," improve or perfect the attack to make it more efficient and effective. The attack has left much to be desired in the last few games in chance creation and finishing. While it could be due to a number of factors including poor coaching, execution by the players, poor form or lack of quality, the team is not playing it's best upfront.
The situation is that: the new signings haven't lived up to expectations; the point of attack , Giroud, is a striker past his physical prime albeit still putting in good performances; the team's main attacking threat, Leao, hasn't been as clinical in finishing or effective in assisting as he can be and was towards the tail end of last season; and the third part of the trident is a player who really isn't good at passing.
The attack should be dangerous and effective based on style of play and not limited to individual brilliance. This is nothing against the importance of individual brilliance either of itself or as part of the collective. Individual brilliance should really matter most against very tough opponents. This is not to say that individual brilliance shouldn't be part of the collective team play but rather to say that it is more effective when there's an effective attacking play by the collective.
Hope to see a good game that gets killed off early with goals for subs to come in a break their duck. Clean sheet as always. FORZA MILAN!