The Slovenian was hardly troubled by the Chievo attack and was taken by surprise by Paloschi's rasping opener.
The Japanese wing-back continues to impress this season and he scored his fifth goal of the campaign, sweeping Alvarez's low cross into the bottom corner. He also saw a goal controversially ruled out for offside.
Produced a good performance down the right, regularly beating his marker and delivering inviting crosses into the box.
Caught in a mix-up in the build-up to Paloschi's opener and was often caught on the back foot with his eagerness to get forward.
Gave Paloschi too much space for the opener but on the whole, he produced an assured defensive display.
Aside from a clumsy moment in the build-up to Chievo's goal, he hardly put a foot wrong at the back and made a number of good headers and interceptions.
A solid display from the Argentine who battled bravely and looked to break down the Chievo defence. Was substituted surprisingly early.
Looked out of his depth in the middle of the park and added little quality to the Inter midfield.
Struggled to adapt to the advanced midfield role in Guarin's absence, often coming too deep to receive the ball and not giving enough support to Palacio. Improved in the second half.
He has now gone eight games without a goal but, despite that, it was a fairly lively performance from the playmaker who teased the Chievo defence on a number of occasions and set up Nagatomo's equaliser.
It was not the striker's finest day as he missed a glorious header to put Inter ahead and struggled to get behind the Chievo centre-backs.
Scored an own goal in this fixture last season but this time around he looked comfortable between the sticks, producing a number of fine saves to deny Alvarez.
Did a good job in restricting Nagatomo's impact down the left although he did not get forward as much as he would have liked.
Forged a good understanding with his fellow centre-backs and held a good defensive line to frustrate the Inter attack.
Caused the Inter defence problems with his powerful runs down the left and had a key part to play in Paloschi's opener. However, he was often exposed by Jonathan defensively.
The French defender showed an excellent reading of the game to prevent service to Palacio and win back possession.
He was a rock in the Chievo defence and effectively kept Palacio at bay by winning a number of key headers and tackles.
The Finland midfielder lost Alvarez for the equaliser but aside from that he was solid defensively and worked tirelessly to get forward and assist the attack.
Impressed in Rigoni's absence, making a number of vital interceptions to break up the Inter attack.
Was handed the captain's armband and led by example in the midfield. His pressing game helped Chievo to win the ball back quickly and re-organise.
The ex-Milan striker opened the scoring with a fierce shot into the top corner and was a willing runner up front, forming a good partnership with Thereau.
He was a constant thorn in the Inter defence and linked up brilliantly with Paloschi. He created chances out of nothing and also tracked back to help the defence.