Cannot be blamed for either Milan goal, and dealt with everything else that came his way.
Simply could not be bested on the left side of Parma's back three, with Robinho in particular finding him an impossible obstacle to breach.
Made a handful of vital interceptions, as he kept Balotelli well within his sights for large spells throughout the game. A solid display.
Not quite as dynamic as Biabiany on the opposite flank, but still attended to his duties sufficiently, helping out in defence when needed.
Given the slip by Matri for Milan's first goal, but was otherwise decent at the back.
Made a few late runs into the box that caused problems for the Rossoneri, and parlayed one such move into the opener, finishing from close range.Won the game for the visitors with a perfectly angled free kick from a long way out.
Quietly effective in the middle of the park, winning a number of tackles and breaking up play well for the home side.
Put in a tireless shift in the middle, and nearly came close to a goal with a thunderous shot that smacked off the crossbar.
A solid target up front for the hosts, holding the ball up well and winning his fair share of headers. Was a clutch Gabriel save away from getting his name on the scoresheet.
Crucial to the home side's attacking strategy, as he was able to out-pace his man at every opportunity, playing a key role in both of Parma's first half goals.
Slid home a second Parma goal with a well placed finish, but was partly at fault for Milan's first, and departed the game in the second half after succumbing to injury.
Made an excellent save on Amauri in the second half at a crucial time that kept his side in the game, as well as another late stop at his near post, but could have gotten a hand to Parolo's late free kick.
Had a few problems dealing with the Parma frontline at times, but came up trumps at the other end with a close range finish to put the score at 2-2.
Beaten for pace embarrassingly by Biabiany all game long, especially during the events of the first Parma goal. Nearly cost his side a second with a missed interception.
Never offered his side much in attack, but was solid defensively, though a little lacking in composure.
Headed onto the crossbar in the buildup to Milan's second, but will take his share of blame for the result after conceding a careless late free kick from which Parma grabbed the winner.
Played a fine facilitating role, setting a few Milan attacks in motion, and coming close to a goal himself with a couple of testing ling range efforts.
N. de Jong
Broke up play in his brutally effective manner, but was lucky not to avoid a straight red card for a cynical tackle on Rosi that denied the forward a clear goalscoring opportunity.
The youngster promised much on the wings, but ultimately his end product let him and his team down more than once. Wasteful from set pieces as well.
Never managed to get to grips with the flow of the game in the attacking third, as a few Rossoneri possessions ended at his feet.
Tried to do too much on the ball, and all too often ended up conceding possession to Parma as the opposition defence were usually able to read his intentions.
Hustled and bustled up front, but ultimately could not make his mark as the likes of Lucarelli marshaled him extremely well.