It was one of the Slovenian's easier evenings as he was not forced into a meaningful save all game
He was magnificent roaming up and down the right wing and it was his cross that was fumbled into the net by Bardi for the opening goal.
He came into the side to fill in for the suspended Juan Jesus and did a fine job in keeping Siligardi and Emeghara quiet.
He was rarely exposed down his wing and, although he did not get forward as much as Inter would have liked in the first half, showed good stamina to get into the box late on to wrap up the win.
The Argentine defender produced some solid challenges and crucial interceptions to frustrate the Livorno attack.
Although he was often out-jumped by Paulinho, he produced an assured defensive performance to keep his side's clean sheet intact.
The midfield enforcer once again showed his tenacious nature by breaking up a series of opposition attacks and helped Inter to control the midfield with his accurate passing.
It was a frustrating night for Alvarez, who failed to show his recent good form. He did have one brilliant shot saved by Bardi but found it difficult to break down the Livorno defence.
Like Alvarez, he did not display the best of his creative qualities and was unsurprisingly withdrawn midway through the second half.
The Algerian showed glimpses of quality but, on the whole, he was well contained by the Livorno defence and struggled to fashion openings.
Although he did not get on the scoresheet, he looked lively and caused the Livorno defence problems with his clever movement.
It was a night to forget for the young goalkeeper as his misjudgement led to him scoring a freak own goal.
Although the Brazilian was off-target with his free kicks, he produced a solid performance at the back, showing good anticipation to break up Inter attacks.
He worked hard down the right and limited Nagatomo's impact in the first half. Offered good protection to the defence.
He got into some fantastic positions down the left in the second half but his crosses often lacked quality and failed to pick out a team-mate.
He hardly put a foot wrong in the back three and ensured Palacio did not get on the scoresheet with some tight marking.
The centre-back produced a number of solid challenges, proved almost insurmountable in the air and was strong on the the ball.
A lively performance from the midfielder who battled tirelessly all game and was accurate in his passing.
The Ghanaian was perhaps too keen to impress against his parent club. He was a little rash in his tackling, whilst he could have done more to prevent Jonathan's cross which led to the opener.
The captain spurned his side's best chance in the first half and was fortunate not to concede a penalty after taking Palacio's legs away in the box. However, he was involved in most of Livorno's attacking plays.
The attacking midfielder struggled to make his mark on the game and created very little.
The striker ran tirelessly to create his own chances and, although he did not get on the scoresheet, showed his instincts around the box. Will miss the game against Juventus after picking up another booking.
Received a wonderful ovation on his comeback from injury and rolled back the years with a brilliant run late on which led to the second goal.
The Croatian made a good impact from the bench and his excellent dribble and through-ball set up Nagatomo's late strike.
He entered the action as a late substitute but struggled to make an impact up front.