Held off the second half Inter pressure with two fine saves from Guarin and Palacio.
The Brazilian was impervious in the Udinese backline, dealing with the threat of Cassano and Palacio easily enough.
Impressively set up Muriel's goal with an excellent disguised pass 15 minutes from time and was fantastic from a defensive perspective.
Dealt with the threat of Jonathan competently, while pushing forward well to support the attack.
Was lucky not to have been dismissed in the first half for a foul on Palacio which the referee deemed to have been a dive, but quietly went about his business thereafter.
Solid afternoon for the Frenchman in the Udinese backline alongside Danilo and Domizzi.
Impressive in the midfield and ensured Guarin and Gargano were kept in check during the encounter.
A menace all afternoon and helped himself to two assists, setting up Di Natale for the Italian's brace.
A constant thorn in the side of the Inter defence during what was an impressive afternoon for the Argentine.
A. Di Natale
Grabbed himself a brace and was a thorn in the side of the Inter backline all game. Struck he bar with a thumping free kick in the first half before making his mark in style in the second.
Mustered the first shot on target of the encounter and helped himself to a well-deserved goal with 15 minutes to go. Also worth noting that it was he who had been hacked down by Juan Jesus.
Got a hand to Di Natale's opener, but was let down by the defensive failings of his backline. Could do nothing for Muriel's effort and Di Natale's second.
A solid performance from the Argentine veteran, who defended astutely and broke forward well.
Disappointing afternoon for the Argentine, who often looked lost without Ranocchia beside him.
Sent off for a second booking following a foul on Muriel. Struggled with Di Natale and his red card effectively sealed Inter's fate.
A desperately poor game for the Brazilian, who could've netted five minutes into the second half, only to inexplicably shoot wide from six yards out.
Booked in the first half and it can be argued he was lucky to stay on the pitch. Failed to provide the attacking threat he's capable of.
Out of position and it showed, being beaten to the ball for Di Natale's second late on.
Denied by Brkic early in the second half, but was largely ineffectual in an encounter he'll want to swiftly forget.
Unable to exert himself on the encounter, despite coming close to opening the scoring in the first half, forcing a good save from Brkic.
Undoubtedly Inter's main creative threat, with his incisive passing and clever movement, but was unable to make his mark.
Booked in the first half for an alleged dive and saw an impressive effort denied by Brkic prior to Di Natale's opener. Disappointingly quiet overall.