The 28-year-old goalkeeper's blushes were spared when his poor attempt to save Totti's long-range effort flicked up onto the post, but he did well to quickly recover and block from Osvaldo. Could not get across to stop Osvaldo's headed goal.
The imposing No.6 headed narrowly over the crossbar in the 11th minute and was a steadying presence at the back over the course of the 90 minutes.
Although a right full-back, he tucked in so tight that he almost looked like a third centre-back. However, he did not utilise his position to great effect, giving Osvaldo plenty of space from which to head home. Was also booked in what was an unconvincing display.
Played on the left of the Parma midfield four and offered very little in an attacking sense. Whipped over only one telling cross which Biabiany headed weakly into the ground and then Lobont's arms.
The left-back is equally adept in either defence or midfield, so it was rather disappointing to see him curb his attacking exploits, particularly when he demonstrated how effective he could have been with some late forays forward.
The Argentine central defender allowed Osvaldo to find space between himself and Zaccardo to head home what turned out to be the winning goal. Was otherwise competent.
The Sampdoria loanee had a poor evening. He caused problems with his pace, but time and again failed to find the quality needed with his final ball. Toe-poked a glorious chance to equalise wide in the 72nd minute.
Made a very bright start, picking holes in the Roma defence with some visionary passes, but faded and was eventually replaced on the hour, much to his dissatisfaction.
The Parma captain looked as if he would have a big say in proceedings after a powerful opening 20 minutes or so, but like Galloppa beside him his influence waned.
Played as a lone striker. Offered his usual 100 per cent but saw little of the ball and offered minimal attacking threat.
Has earned praise from Juventus coach Antonio Conte after his early-season performances, and showed flashes of ability over the course of the 90 minutes. Caused problems with his set-pieces and tested Lobont with a curling effort.
The Romanian goalkeeper continued between the sticks in Maarten Stekelenburg's injury-enforced absence. He was rarely tested making two straightforward saves to deny Giovinco and Jadid.
After a mixed performance against Siena in midweek, the Dane was withdrawn at half-time for his own good. Following a 35th minute booking for a foul on Modesto, he was lucky not to see a red for a tackle on Biabiany shortly afterwards.
The versatile former Manchester United and Marseille defender partnered Kjaer in the centre of defence, and despite being outpaced by Biabiany at one point made at least three crucial interventions in a nervy final few minutes for his side.
The left full-back tried to get forward down his side, but offered little in terms of an attacking threat, particularly in comparison with recent performances.
Restored to the starting line-up, where he played at right-back, after finding himself on the bench in midweek. Suffering what looked like a match-ending injury, he then returned to the pitch and immediately sent over the cross from which Osvaldo scored.
After a less than impressive outing at right-back against Siena, the England-born Italy international was moved back into a midfield role, where he added his trademark energy and drive.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina international was tidy in everything he did, but floated on the periphery of the match somewhat.
D. De Rossi
The long-serving midfielder continued in the position right in front of the central defenders, from where he looked to dictate play. He also made two important covering tackles and showed incredible vision with some of his long-range passing.
Won a place in the starting XI after making an impact from the bench against Siena. His determination eventually lead to his side's winning goal, and while he wasn't a potent attacking threat he did cause problems with his constant running.
Scored his side's only goal against Siena in midweek with a tap in, and made it two in two when he netted with a superbly executed header in the 50th minute. A crucial contribution. He also went close with an angled drive which slipped narrowly wide.
'Er Purpone' grew in influence as the game went on, and particularly in the moments following his side taking the lead. Went close with a long-range effort which Mirante tipped onto the post and another drive which flashed wide.
- 1 N. Pavarini
- 3 R. Feltscher
- 19 M. Rubin
He was the man to take Crespo's place, but offered little besides one poor pass in the closing stages, thereby ending a promising attack.
Replaced Galloppa on the hour mark and tested Lobont with a fierce drive.
- 20 M. Blasi
One of those rare occasions on which a substitute was substituted. He spent just 17 minutes on the field, in which time he caused a little trouble with a flick on from a corner.
- 18 G. Curci
The Argentine defender took to the field for the second half, replacing Kjaer, who was walking a tightrope after picking up a booking, and was resolute in the face of late pressure.
- 77 M. Cassetti
Kept things simple in his 17 minutes on the pitch, making one absolutely crucial block in the 93rd minute.
- 11 Taddei
- 22 M. Borriello
The expensive summer signing from Barcelona was a lively presence after taking Borini's place.