Was caught out for Palacio’s goal when he should have stayed on his line. Other than a few routine saves, he didn’t really have much to deal with in what was a drab affair.
The captain was fairly quiet tonight and much of the running was done by his full-backs as Palacio drifted out wide. Can't be blamed for either goal.
Dealt with Icardi well in the early stages, but missed an absolute sitter in the second half that would have brought Verona back into the game.
Got up and down all night and provided a good outlet for the attackers down the right. Didn’t have much to do defensively due to Inter favouring the right side of the pitch for their attacks.
Filled in for the injured Agostini and put in a few decent crosses that his team-mates should have done better with. Didn’t deal with Jonathan’s attacking runs well, though, two of which led to goals.
He was Verona's best player alongside Sala. Not afraid to attack the Inter defence, he would have been more productive if he had some support going forward.
Cracking performance from the midfielder. If there had been 11 versions of him out there this evening then Verona would have won the game. Made three key tackles in midfield areas that Verona built attacks from.
Didn't do anything of note and missed his attacking partner Iturbe down the right in the first half. Completed just two of the nine crosses he attempted.
Worked his socks off in midfield before coming off in the latter stages. Strong in the tackle and in the air, the veteran midfielder is just one of a few players that can be happy with his performance.
Wasn't his usual self after being asked to play out of position. He'll be hoping that all the scouts looking at signing him weren't watching.
Great at holding the play up, but had no support from the wings like he usually does. Lost a bit of respect due to the amount of times he hit the deck with relative alacrity.
Will be grateful that his defenders managed to deal with much of the play before Verona reached his area. Pulled off a cracking double-save in the final moments that ensured his side kept another clean sheet.
Mr. Reliable. The defender was always there whenever his team-mates needed him, and carried the ball out of defence with confidence - something rarely seen nowadays.
Struggled in the first half when dealing with Toni, but came into his own after the break and showed why he continues to be selected ahead of Samuel.
Solid debut by the youngster, who filled in for the injured Nagatomo like a seasoned professional. Looked a bit nervous a few times, but that will only improve with experience.
Was sloppy in possession tonight and needs to learn when it’s best to pass the ball out and when it’s best just to get rid. Got away with his errors tonight, but against better opposition he could be punished.
Got on the scoresheet once again after an early assist and was a constant threat down the right side of the pitch. Always wants to get involved in attacks, and proved he can be shrewd in defence. Great performance.
Improved late on in the game, creating several chances for his team-mates and having a few efforts of his own. Hit the bar with a stunning free kick, but really should have scored when Kovacic put the ball on a plate for him in the final moments.
As solid as ever. His reserved style of play allows Inter's wing-backs to get forward and help Palacio and Icardi out in attacks, also offering Mazzarri the chance to play a high line.
Was off-the-pace yet again and drastically needs to improve his decision making in the final third. He wasted a couple of glorious opportunities to put the game beyond doubt the score was still 1-0.
One of the star men, yet again. Palacio must be loved by all of team-mates simply for the work he puts in on the pitch that ends in him creating chances out of nothing balls over the top. His goal capped another tireless peformance from a forward who must be considered for Argentina's World Cup squad.
Posed a threat to the Verona defence, but didn't manage to capitalise on any of the chances that came his way. Solid performance and his discipline on the pitch is way beyond his years.