Called into action early on after Yepes came close to turning into his own net, before saving well for Amauri's second-half header. Perhaps could've done better for Sansone's late strike, but a solid performance from the Italian.
M. De Sciglio
Pushed forward very well and eager to join in the Milan attacks, while performing his defensive duties to the highest standard.
Cheaply gave the ball away to Paletta in the first half with the scores level, but settled following the incident and churned out an effective display in the heart of the Milan defense.
At times struggled with the physical presence of Amauri, losing out on a first-half header that forced Abiatti into a save, after almost turning a Parma cross into his own net.
Not the greatest of performances from the midfielder, who should've netted in the second half following some great work from Niang. Didn't go enough to convince Allegri that he warrants a starting spot.
Given the run around by Biabiany and continuously beaten by the former Inter man, although did come close to a first half assist for Balotelli before a much improved second-half performance.
Worked tirelessly in the midfield to counteract the Parma threat from deep and continuously cut out a number of attacks from the visitors before seeing a later long range effort denied by Pavarini.
Saw his low cross turned in by Paletta at the end of the first half in a game where the midfielder was continuously involved in a majority of Milan's attacks before his 65th minute withdrawal.
Attempted a speculative second half effort from distance following a Pavarini clearance, but failed to turn his shot on target. Solid display from the Italian.
Regularly involved in the teams attacking impetus, but failed to really test Pavarini until his 75th minute free kick which flew into the top corner and secured all three points for the hosts.
Solid when called upon against the misfiring Milan frontline and could do little for the Paletta own goal and Balotelli's free kick.
Worked hard to keep Balotelli's creative influence to a minimum before his substitution midway through the second half.
Could've opened the scoring in the first half after capitalising on a poor Zapata clearance, but dragged his effort wide, before turning Boateng's cross into his own net.
A good game from the full back, who regularly broke forward to support Biabiany. Unfortunate to have been on the losing side this evening.
Not the strongest of performances upon his return to the San Siro and was often caught out at left back by Niang. His poor header in the first half almost led to the opener from Boateng.
Gave Constant the run around in the encounter and could've nabbed an assist after breaking down the right in the first half before firing in for Amauri.
A poor performance from the midfielder, who was completely overrun by Montolivo and Nocerino in the middle of the park.
The main source of creativity for the visitors and came close to notching an assist in the second half, only for Amauri to misjudge his effort moments before Milan netted their second.
Came close to helping himself to a first half assist after picking out Amauri from a corner, but struggled to stamp this authority in the encounter. On the receiving end of a booking in the second half.
Netted a late consolation and attempted to force his way into the encounter, but in the end was regularly shut out by the Milan defence regardless of his best efforts.
A constant threat throughout the game, but failed to find a way past Abbiati. The closest he came was a first half header in the first half that the Milan 'keeper held before his second half substitution. Would've fared better had be brought his shooting boots to the San Siro.
With Balotelli overpowering Coda at times, the Frenchman solidified the defence, but could do little to stop the Italian netting the winning free kick with 15 minutes to go.
Replaced the poor Parolo 10 minutes into the second half, but was also shut out by the combined efforts of Montolivo and Nocerino in the middle of the park.
Kept quiet during his 20 minutes on the pitch by Yepes and Zapata having failed to bring a similar physical presence to that of Amauri, the player he replaced.