The Brazilian shot stopper wasn't truly tested in this match as Lazio's best opportunity went begging when Floccari headed wide.
The Frenchman dealt well with the Lazio threat. Over-acted when involved in a late challenge with Kozak and went to ground.
An improved performance from the Norwegian full-back, who had no trouble at all with Sculli and provided a couple of tantalizing crosses.
Was able to handle Floccari with ease and nearly opened the scoring in the first-half, though his shot was blocked practically on the line. Also won a couple crucial one-on-one challenges.
Won his battle with Zarate and put a header from Totti's corner wide of the mark. A very good defensive performance.
A lot of running from the 2006 World Cup winner, though he was sloppy when in possession at times, gifting the ball back to Lazio.
D. De Rossi
Made one decisive clearance when he denied Zarate at the far post and put his stamp on the midfield. Made some reckless challenges in the first-half, but positively settled when his team needed him most.
The Chilean hit the crossbar after just five minutes with a thunderous effort from outside the area. Was booked for a dive when staying on his feet may have paid more dividends as he would have been free to bear down on goal.
His pace caused plenty of problems, but while creating some of Roma's best opportunities he wasted some very good chances. he wasn't happy to come off on 57 minutes.
Set up a couple nice opportunities, but wasted several as well. His final pass or shot often did not match his build-up play.
Crowned as the 'King of Rome' once again. Made Lazio pay with two fiercely hit set-pieces late in the match. One a free-kick and one a penalty. On his game all afternoon though, earning plenty of free-kicks and played some great passes to Menez, Vucinic, and Burdisso.
The Uruguayan should have had Totti's opener that was struck straight through the wall and looked nervy from the point onwards.
Struggled with the pace of Menez and Vucinic on occasion, but the veteran center-back made no glaring errors.
Stepping in for the injured Andre Dias, the former Juventus man failed to show the same type of finesse in defense as the Brazilian.
He let his frustrations get the better of him and was sent off late for head-butting Totti after a fairly average match.
The Swiss full-back galloped up and down the right flank and endured a fascinating battle with Vucinic that also earned him a booking.
Prior to the derby Hernanes claimed his side would win and he would score. He was wrong on both counts and besides two well-placed crosses he was ineffective.
Lost the midfield battle to De Rossi and Pizarro. There weren't very many positive aspects to his performance.
Lazio's best moves were often sparked by the midfield maestro, who nearly caught out Doni with some fine corners and free-kicks. A needless sending off after Roma earned their penalty that killed off the game lowers his rating.
His two goals against Palermo last weekend seem a distant memory. Burdisso dominated him for the entire time he was on the pitch.
Had a few nice touches and showed some good footwork, but only in very rare circumstances. Marked out of the match by Risse for long stretches.
Missed a golden chance to open the scoring when he headed Hernanes' cross wide from close range.
- 27 Júlio Sérgio
- 15 S. Loria
A late sub so Totti could be given a standing ovation.
Did well after coming on for Menez. Volleyed in one cross that was deflected and nearly caught Muslera off guard before playing in a perfect ball when Simplicio won the spot-kick.
His lung-bursting run from midfield earned the penalty that killed off the match in injury time.
- 23 L. Greco
- 22 M. Borriello
- 12 T. Berni
- 5 L. Scaloni
- 14 Javier Garrido
- 15 Á. González
A late substitute that had little effect.
The Italian international came off the bench, but couldn't provide the lift his side needed to get back into the match.
The Czech hitman put himself about in the area without any real service. Got tangled with Mexes on one occasion.