Completely hapless when the ball was in the air, as he lost two key aerial duels with Inter players during the build-up to two of the visitors' goals.
Found a lot of joy on the right-hand side when his team were a man up. Nearly curled his side into the lead with his left boot early in the game, but his attempt was saved by Carrizo.
Resourceful in attack, putting forth a few good deliveries, but could have afforded his defence, especially Moretti, more protection in the second half.
Solid for the most part, but the arrival of the energetic Belfodil gave him another problem to deal with.
Defended well and stormed forward on occasion to overload the opposition backline, fashioning a good chance for Cerci.
Was heavily involved throughout the match, hitting the post in the opening minutes, before winning and then spurning a penalty. He was a menace for the defence throughout, constantly beating his man and laying on chances. Had he taken one of his own openings, it would have been a near-perfect attacking performance.
Took his goal well, smashing a volley in at the near post, but departed early in the second half with what looked like an injury.
At the receiving end of some rough treatment from his Inter counterparts, and began to fatigue as the game moved into the second half.
Found wanting when defending Inter's third, as he made a complete hash of an attempted clearance, allowing the ball to slip right through.
Was ineffective in the middle of the park, and could have afforded his defence a greater degree of protection on certain occasions.
Drifted into a few dangerous positions across the front line, but usually took a back seat to Cerci when it came to orchestrating goalscoring opportunities. Still a tricky customer for the defence to handle.
A reckless challenge on Cerci inside the box gave away an early penalty, and though his subsequent red card was a tad harsh, he still left his team with a mountain to climb.
Once his team were reduced to 10 men, the opposition found it easy to make inroads down his flank. Could have benefited from more help.
Careless to allow Cerci through in the build-up to the penalty incident, but made up for it by dominating aerially at both ends of the field. One such move saw him win a header that set up Guarin's leveler.
Provided little in the way of attacking support, and once his side were numerically reduced, could do little to stem the threat of the opposition on the right.
Caught out in the build-up to Torino's opener, and did not look at all comfortable dealing with the home side's extra man in attack.
Put under considerable pressure at times, but completed his duties reasonably well.
Spurned a good opening when attacking a cross from point blank range, and never quite provided that extra quality in attack that his side could have used.
Found wanting in the build-up to the opener, but was at the heart of everything good for Inter at the other end of the field. On the stroke of half-time, a spectacular overhead kick drew his side level at the perfect time. Played a role in the second as well.
Wasted a succession of free kicks that presented Inter with a route back into the match. However, off the ball, he was tenacious and tireless when closing down the opposition.
Once Inter were down a man, his service dried up in the first half, but he was a different beast after the break. He popped up in the right place to nod home a rebound for the Inter equaliser., then slid home from a cross.
Found a bit of luck with a late free kick, as his delivery floated into the top corner after Carrizo was caught in two minds.
Another effective substitution by Ventura, as he slotted home a fine finish with one of his first touches, and was lively throughout.
Did not add anything special to his side's cause throughout his cameo.
Seemed set to be the hero off the bench after he saved a penalty with his first touch, and produced one or two other fine stops. However, in the dying minutes, he misjudged the flight of a free kick which led to the equaliser.
Proved an excellent option off the bench, freshening up a tiring side with his pace and directness on the right flank. Set up Inter's third with a driving run and accurate cross.