Made a number of excellent saves during the match, making stops from Higuain, Ronaldo and Oezil, but may be slightly disappointed that he let Pedro Leon's effort slip underneath him in the dying moments.
Made a last-ditch challenge on Higuain early on as Madrid started the stronger, but was slow to get out and close down danger, and struggled to keep track of the movement of the interchanging Madrid front quartet.
Did not relish facing up to Ronaldo, being involved in a number of spats with the Portuguese, but as Milan's influence increased in the later stages he managed to nullify CR7's involvement in the match.
Was made to toil from long spells of the match by the pace of Di Maria, particularly in the first half, and both goals stemmed from his side of the pitch.
Was left behind the rest of his defence, playing Higuain onside for the opening goal, but otherwise made a number of crucial tackles and kept the Milan defence together when it looked capable of capitulating.
Made two fantastic goal-line clearances in the first half to keep his side in the contest, but was more influential from a defensive perspective than his usual graceful playmaker role, and was a key player for Milan on the night.
Showed some brief glimpses of his ability in the first half, but the once-great Brazilian just didn't get involved in the action, and it was no surprise to see him hooked before an hour had been played.
Was his useful industrious self, nipping into tackles and closing down Madrid whenever possible, but at times looked out of touch with the pace of the contest, and was replaced before the end.
Overran slightly in the midfield, and when given the opportunity to get on the ball and create, he often found a player in a white shirt instead. Worked hard, however, to close down Madrid and attempt to retain the ball.
Was heavily involved in creating Inzaghi's first goal, but looked frustrated until that point having squandered two decent openings in the first half, when poor finishing let him down.
Operated on the right flank but saw very little of the ball throughout a frustrating evening for the Brazilian, whose runs were often met with an offside flag.
- 1 M. Amelia
- 77 L. Antonini
- 76 M. Yepes
Came on as Milan attempted to hold onto what they had in the closing moments.
His experience was used in the final minutes as Milan looked to clinch the win.
Milan were heading for defeat before he arrived on the pitch. Yes, he was offside for the second of his two goals, but his striking instincts remain as sharp as ever. Great cameo from the legendary goalscorer.
- 70 Robinho
- 25 J. Dudek
Arrived literally for the final moments of the match.
- 17 Arbeloa
- 11 Granero
- 6 M. Diarra
The winger was in the right place to drill home an equaliser in the dying moments and stun the San Siro
Another excellent substitute impact from the Frenchman, playing a superb pass into the path of Pedro Leon to clinch the equaliser.