Did what was required of him, and could not help either of the visitors' goals.
Like Jonathan, he attacked with vigor, but he was caught up field on a pair of Verona attacks. However, he made his efforts count by playing a role in Inter's third, hitting a clever shot off the post, from which his side quickly converted the rebound.
Pushed forward all game long, and was rewarded for his attacking endeavors with the opening goal early in the game, though a slight deflection helped guide the ball home.
Caught napping once or twice in the back, but came up trumps at the other end with Inter's fourth goal, a simple finish from close range.
Caught out by the physicality of Toni in the buildup to Verona's first half goal, as he was held off by the Italian striker.
Strong in the challenge and in the air, going about his business with confidence in the back for the Nerazzurri.
Had a few silky moments in possession, and did manage to facilitate a few good Inter moves. Not the most effervescent game, but he was still effective.
Caused many problems with his set piece deliveries, setting the events of two goals in motion, and got himself on the score sheet toward the end of the first half with an opportunistic goal.
Powerful and purposeful as always in the midfield, driving his team onward on countless attacks, and forcing a goal himself with a powerful drive from a rebound.
After the unfortunate early end to his game last weekend, he got his chance again in an advanced role, and produced a few nice combinations with his other attacking teammates.
A nuisance for Moras throughout, and his pressure on the center back was key in forcing the first two Inter goals. Had a stroke of luck with a botched volley that ended up setting up Cambiasso for Inter's third, and flicked in Rolando for the fourth.
Cannot be blamed for any of the four goals that his team conceded, and made a strong save on Belfodil and Guarin in the second half.
Bypassed time and time again on the right flank, as Inter created a succession of chances from his side.
A little more secure than Cacciatore on the opposite flank, but still found it hard against the Nerazzurri.
Under pressure from Palacio, he deflected in Inter's opener, and was right in the mix during the home side's third goal. Never looked comfortable with Palacio, and saw red after full time with a strange confrontation with Belfodil.
Given the slip by the likes of Palacio and Guarin more than once, coming up second best during a few individual duels.
Reacted well to Toni's flick to angle in a well-taken finish late on, but the goal came with not enough time for his team to push on and find a way back into proceedings.
Did not influence matters at all in midfield, as he was overshadowed by his Inter counterparts.
Stroked home a fine finish after running onto Toni's flick, but did not have many other opportunities to get his name on the score sheet again.
Never affected matters much on the flanks, as he was forced to play it safe for most of the game.
Looked dangerous on the flanks early on, but as the match matured, he became increasingly selfish, ignoring his teammates in favor of having an attempt on goal himself.
A monster in the air, and his physical strength caused Inter a few of problems whenever his team attacked. Had defenders hanging off him to set up his side's first half goal, and linked with Romulo similarly well for their second.