Committed a terrible error that probably cost his side a point. Did nothing else of note, but wascertainly culpable for Pazzini's second.
Provided some darting runs down the left in a largely timid performance, but some promising signs.
Played a neat and tidy role on the ball and did his bit in the air, but seemed to tire late on and his failure to clear his lines allowed Pazzini to seal his hat-trick.
Conceded the penalty when he tugged down Pazzini. The forward made the most of his fall, but Cherubin was caught out by Boateng's pass anyway. Booked.
Put in a solid performance at the back but was caught out by Pazzini on occasions.
Struggled at first and committed a few fouls, but grew into the match and provided a solid base for his more attack minded colleagues.
Should have put his side ahead after the break when he lashed wide from Acquafresca's cut back.
Wasted a good opportunity in the first half after creating space for himself brilliantly. One of Bolgna's better players.
Was unlucky to have deflected Antonini's cross into the air for Milan's second goal and cannot be blamed for that. Energetic showing on the whole.
Was occasionally lively and worried the visiting defence with his direct running. Was eventually substituted as his influence fizzled out.
Bologna's best player; he worried the Rossoneri with his dangerous runs through the middle and set-pieces. Equalised from the spot.
Solid enough display; could do nothing about the penalty. Fumbled a first half shot from Diamanti but that was of no consequence.
Was rarely called into action, but coped well with the somewhat diminished threat of Acquafresca and then Gilardino.
Looked fine when in his comfort zone, but looked worried when Acquafresca ran at him in the first half. Booked
M. De Sciglio
A mixed evening for the 19-year-old. Often looked out of his depth but then recovered with some strong tackling. Some promise there.
Provided some good runs down the left hand side, in the second half particularly. His cross set up Milan's second goal, albeit with help from Agliardi.
Played a mature if uninspiring game for the visitors. His deep play gave Boateng and El Shaarawy the confidence to showcase their talents. Booked.
A disappointing night for the midfielder, although his wayward shot was deflected in by Pazzini for the third goal.
A fine performance from the Ghanaian, who was at the heart of everything Milan did well. Provided great passing and inventive flicks. Deserved a goal.
Booked in the first half and then went off with a hamstring injury.
S. El Shaarawy
A stop-start performance for the promising 19-year-old. Showed his potential with a number of flicks, but in truth failed to provide any influential moments.
Showed the lethal touch in front of goal. Made the most of the penalty incident but was usually in the right place at the right time. Booked.