Pulled off a plethora of strong saves in opening moments but had little to deal with for the rest of the game as his outfield teammates kept the Napoli strike-force at bay.
Another impressive display from the Spaniard. Kept Hamsik and Higuain at bay and pushed forward when required to do so.
Forced Rafael into a great save with a dangerous headed effort and combined well with Dyer down the right flank. Looked strong in defence, too.
Put in a strong shift at the back and continued his marvellous partnership with Chico Flores. A true captain's performance.
Struggled at times defensively against Callejon in the opening moments but was as impressive as ever when attacking, causing problems for Maggio.
Set up Bony for a great chance on goal with one of the best balls of the game and continued to impress until he was substituted early in the second half.
Struggled in the opening stages and was caught in possession on a few occasions but grew in confidence as the game wore on.
Darted around the static Napoli defence as if they weren't there. The Englishman was a continual threat and showed great skill and flair whilst doing so.
Almost put the hosts in front early on with a long-range effort and continued in similar fashion for the rest of the game, much to the dismay of Reveillere who struggled to deal with his pace.
Excelled in his deep role. Dispossessed Hamsik on multiple occasions and kick-started several of Swansea's attacking movements.
A constant thorn in the side of the Napoli defence. Strong, confident and intelligent, the Ivorian looked hungry to score from start to finish.
The Brazilian was arguably Napoli's best player in the first half, pulling off a multitude of important saves to deny Swansea going ahead, but was unfortunately forced off at half-time due to injury.
The 34-year-old Frenchman showed his age as he struggled against Dyer down the left wing. His 26-year-old opponent ran rings around him.
Like Henrique, he struggled against Bony and Routledge in particular, and didn't look comfortable when dealing with Swansea's set-pieces.
The Brazilian struggled somewhat on his first start for the club. He lacked the necessary strength to deal with Bony and the pace needed to stifle the creativity of Routledge and Hernandez.
Looked nervous and lacking in confidence when called on to deal with both Hernandez and Davies. Resorted to body-checking Routledge in the second half to earn himself a poor yellow card.
Started the game strongly but was forced to drop deeper as a result of Swansea's strong attacking performance, resulting in his influence being stifled.
Apart from one good chance at the start of the game, the Slovakian was anonymous for most of the first half but appeared once again in the second period to offer a creative spark up front for the Italians.
Offered very little up front for Napoli and was eventually replaced by Mertens with 15 minutes left to play.
The Argentine looked isolated and frustrated up front, lacking service and losing the battle against a strong Swansea central defence.
The Spaniard was a continual threat down the right wing in the opening moments but became increasingly anonymous as Swansea took control of the game.
J. de Guzmán
Replaced Hernandez shortly after the start of the second half but lacked the creative spark and intensity of the Mexican. Nonetheless, the Dutchman performed solidly.
Came on for Canas with twenty minutes left to play and pushed further forward than the Spaniard had, allowing Swansea to regain the creative spark that they had lost when Hernandez left the field.
Replaced the injured Rafael at half-time but had less to deal with during the second half than his Brazilian teammate had during the first.
Replaced Insigne with little over 15 minutes left to play and showed more promise in the short amount of time that he was on the pitch than the Italian had in the previous 75 minutes.