Dealt with a routine couple of saves in the first half, and caught a long-range Rizzo effort in the 90th minute to round off a quiet evening between the sticks.
Rarely tested during the first half so he began to push forward with more alacrity, and only a smart parry from the keeper denied him a rare goal. Performed well throughout.
Largely untested alongside Yepes, although he did react smartly to one or two crosses in the second half to deny the visitors a chance of levelling the scores.
As with Abate, was rarely troubled defensively, so pressed higher up the pitch in the second half to provide support to Flamini further forward.
Had little to do defensively in the first half so turned his attentions to attack with aplomb, heading home powerfully to give his side the lead. Withdrawn to a rapturous reception late on.
A comfortable night in midfield for the Frenchman, who was given licence by the visitors to roam the centre of the pitch at will as Milan bossed possession.
Looked threatening only in patches in the first half, but had a big role to play in his side's opening goal, showing excellent awareness to return the ball to Emanuelson after seeing his header cleared off the line. Still, he didn't look as lively as the man who replaced him, Niang.
Lively in attack down the right flank but looked in danger of being caught out on the counterattack. Curled in a superb cross for Yepes' opener, and fed Niang for his goal with a strong run forward and precise pass.
Could have found life difficult against the five-man midfield of the opponents but, in truth, he was rarely put under much pressure. Still, he failed to to impose himself on the proceedings. Booked for a late challenge on Rizzo and was replaced just afterwards.
Spurned the first real chance when he failed to beat Facchin one-on-one, then headed straight at the keeper from close range. A willing runner all night, he was finally rewarded for his efforts when the linesman kept his flag down, allowing him to turn and fire high beyond the keeper.
Denied at full strength by Facchin after a well-placed header, and came close in the second half with a clever run and shot inside the area. A lively performance which kept the visiting defence guessing all night.
Quick off his line to stop Pazzini early on and got down well to deny Bojan. Could do nothing to stop the three goals, but notable stops against Abate, Emanuelson and Niang in the second half capped a superb performance.
Unlucky to see his excellent finish chalked out for offside. He marshalled the back line well in the goalless first half, but behan to struggle to deal with the work-rate of Pazzini and the runs of Bojan and Niang. Replaced late on.
Got foward well but was too often pegged back by the runs of Abate and Antonini as the visitors were forced to double-up in midfield. Again, defended well in the first half at least.
Struggled to cope with Emanuelson all night, with the Dutchman's pace and movement leaving him too often exposed. Withstood the Milan attack well for the first hour.
One of the more lively players going forward for Reggina, whose principle threat came from the left flank. Unable to carve out any meaningful chances for his front two, however.
Sat far too deep for much of the game and found himself outnumbered in midfield when Bojan and Robinho dropped deeper.
Rarely kept possession for long enough to exert any real influence upon proceedings. Struggled against Flamini and the willingness of Pazzini to drop deep.
Never exerted any real influence on the game as Milan dominated possession from start to finish.
Rather faded into the turf at San Siro as the game slowly slipped away from Reggina after their solid first half. Never stopped battling, though, and picked up a booking for tugging back his man on the break.
Fed off scraps for much of the match, dragging a snap-shot wide of the near post with his first real effort after almost an hour. His race was run after that and he was replaced by Barilla.
Lashed over from distance in the first half and struggled to get on the ball much after that, although he undoubtedly looked Reggina's brightest outlet when they were able to cross the halfway line.