Had a busy afternoon which frequently involved picking the ball out of his own net. Could do little about Robinho's opener but will be disappointed with his part in Milan's second and was beaten at his near post by Pazzini for the third. The less said about the fourth the better.
Had a tough time down his flank this afternoon and was shown up by El Shaarawy on a number of occasions.
V. Di Cesare
Struggled with the power of Pazzini all afternoon and was completely sold by Robinho's dummy for the equalizer. Didn't cover himself in glory as Milan's front trio were allowed to run riot.
Produced an important block early on when the visitors were pressing for the opener. Struggled to deal with Milan's trio though and went missing for a couple of the visitors' goals.
Appeared to be bundled over when Pazzini scored the third and was unlucky not to be awarded the free kick. Allowed Nocerino too much space to swing in the cross that led to the fourth goal however.
Saw out the match in a midfield that struggled to cope with Milan's pace all game. Didn't enjoy the company of Urby Emanuelson in the center of the park.
Started brightly and took the opening goal well when presented with the freedom of the Milan half. Like the rest of his teammates, however, he went missing as the Rossoneri cranked up the pressure.
Booked on a day that his side would rather forget. Looked to be playing well at the beginning but faded as the match wore on.
Came off at halftime after a difficult 45 minutes. Did not see much of the ball and couldn't get near a strong Milan midfield.
A great headed goal brought his fifth strike of the season but Torino's No. 9 was feeding off scraps for most of the game and didn't have many other chances to shine.
Was only just off the treatment table to appear this afternoon and looked like he wasn't 100 percent. Taken off in the second half after a lethargic display.
Maybe went to ground a bit too easily when rounded by Santana but nothing he could do to stop Bianchi's header and saved well late on to prevent a grandstand finish.
M. De Sciglio
Got forward well down the left flank. Set up Robinho for the opening goal and swung in a number of dangerous crosses throughout the match.
Like Mexes, seemed out of position for the opening goal but dealt well with threats later. Couldn't do too much for Bianchi's header.
Caused a few problems down the right for Torino and got in a few crosses early on but was outshone by his teammate on the opposite flank.
Was nowhere to be seen when Nocerino attempted to play the ball back into defense during the run up to the opening goal. Didn't have too much difficulty dealing with Torino's attacking threat thereafter.
Made an awful mistake for the opening goal but made up for it by putting his side in front. His cross set up the fourth goal but Gillet's howler contributed more to El Shaarawy's strike.
Played well in midfield and was strong in possession all afternoon. Was fouled on a couple of occasions as Torino grew frustrated but provided a good base for Milan to mount their attacks.
N. de Jong
Went off fairly early with an injury and was replaced by Ambrosini.
Really impressive all afternoon and didn't give the Torino back line a moment's peace. Deserved his goal and took it well but could have had more after hitting the post with a header and sending another over the bar early on.
Fantastic bit of skill for the opening goal. Went missing a bit though as Milan stretched their opponents, leaving a lot of the work for the two prongs of Milan's attacking trident.
S. El Shaarawy
Grabbed his customary away goal for the Rossoneri and was a constant threat to Torino. Set up the all-important second and was quick to pounce on Gillet's mistake for his own effort.
Swung in a great ball for Bianchi to notch Torino's second but was largely ineffectual after being introduced at the break as Milan tore through the hosts in the second half.
Replaced goalscorer Santana late on but didn't make much of an impact in his 15-minute cameo.
Came on for Meggiorini but struggled to make his mark. Was in the mixer when Bianchi headed home Torino's second but didn't get an chances himself.
Came on early for the injured De Jong and had a comfortable afternoon in midfield. Held back and didn't add too much to Milan's attacks but was steady in the center of the park.
Replaced El Shaarawy late on but the game was already in the bag for Milan.
Appeared late on but the game was already done and dusted.