Commanded his area well, and almost saved Pazzini's opener. A formidable presence in the air, but was forced to withdraw after picking up an injury.
Won a penalty for his team, and did his best to keep Forlan on a tight leash. Tackled hard, and can not be blamed for his team conceding three goals.
Had his fair share of trouble dealing with Pazzini and company as he was caught flat-footed on a number of occasions. Struggled with his positioning and marking.
Conceded a penalty, was sent off, and was shaky all game as Nagatomo wrecked havoc down his flank. Offered virtually nothing in attack.
The former Lazio man was a commanding presence in the center of the pitch, tackling hard, and keeping it simple on the ball. Covered a lot of ground and showed great work rate.
The Brescia loanee could not offer much of a threat tonight as he was well marshaled by Lucio and Cambiasso. A game to forget.
Aside from converting the penalty, the former West Ham man offered very little of his trademark creativity and predatory instincts. Did not receive much support, and it showed.
Inter rarely attacked down his flank, which gave him time and space to make an impact in the final third, which he failed to do. All in all, an average game.
Showed why he Bologna's biggest star. Sent an almost impeccable free-kick in the 65th minute, and was a focal point in every attack by his team.
M. Di Vaio
The striker had a decent game, but could be blamed for wasting his side's best chance in the first half. Turned Samuel and Chivu more than once, but failed to score and will be disappointed with that.
A confident performance from the goalkeeper, who almost saved Diamanti's penalty, and then pulled off an immense save to stop Ramirez thundering free-kick from flying in the top left corner in the 65th minute. A great outing.
The veteran proved once again that old is gold as he easily slotted in a more central position and was impressive. Passed the ball well, and was on hand to lend weight in defense when necessary
The Romanian was hardly tested in defensive sense, but still managed to struggle somehow. Not much of an influence in attack, either.
The Brazilian had a game fitting of his best days as he marshaled the defense, and sealed the three points for the Nerazzurri with a superb header.
Inexplicably conceded a penalty defending from a free-kick, and struggled for pace. His positioning was very bad, and was too reckless in this game.
The Japanese international allowed Di Vaio to rush down his flank in the first half for what is the only black spot on a good performance. A strong showing in attack, and a rock at the back after the break.
Assisted the opener, and was impressive in the center of the pitch. Superbly contributed both in defense and in attack, and generally had a great game.
A promising performance by the youngster, whose pace and trickery helped him dribble past opponents with ease. His final ball was not of great quality, but time is on his side, and he will certainly improve in the future.
The Brazilian struggled as he failed to make an impact in attack. Conceded one particularly needless and dangerous free-kick in the first half, and was replaced after the break.
The Uruguayan is still blending into the side and it showed. Tried some clever passes, but it just was not his game. He did play an important part in the opener, however.
The former Fiorentina man was impressive as he netted the opener with a clinical strike, and released Diego Milito in the penalty area and Inter won a penalty. Looked confident on the ball, and willing to give his all for the team.
- 12 L. Castellazzi
A good cameo from the new arrival, who impressed on the ball.
One rarely writes 'good' and 'Muntari' in one sentence, but the Ghana international did have a decent game. Was stable in deference, and showed good work rate.
- 11 R. Álvarez
Won a penalty, which he converted, and impressed with his movement. A promising cameo.
- 30 L. Castaignos
- 28 M. Zárate