Steady between the posts, saving a handful of efforts in the second half as Milan tried to ramp up the pressure.
Fell apart late on as Milan were able to breach his flank a number of times.
Blocked everything that came his way from Milan, proving a rock right at the heart of the Chievo defence.
Helped out a lot in defence and got forward when needed to support the rare Chievo attack. A solid display to help his team to a result.
Unwavering against the threat of Poli and Kaka, hardly putting a foot wrong all game at the back.
Won virtually all of his individual defensive duels and adopted a safety first approach throughout.
At the heart of his side's best chances of the first half, testing Abbiati with a piledriver. Surprisingly withdrawn at half-time after a promising opening period.
Left it all out on the pitch and though he did not see much of the ball, he still positioned himself well to make some fine defensive plays.
Put in countless tackles and interceptions in the middle of the park to help stymie the threat of the opposition.
Nearly stole the headlines against his parent club with a late run through and finish, but it was ruled out for a narrow offside.
Held the ball up well and was involved in a few good moments going forward for his side. The service was not always there, but he toiled on nonetheless.
Saved a shot from Estigarribia well, and pushed away a Thereau drive in the second half. A solid display.
A sturdy operator at the back, putting in a few strong challenges to thwart the opposition and getting his side out of trouble when needed.
Though he pushed forward at every opportunity and worked himself into some promising positions, his end product was decidedly lacking all game.
Quietly went about his business at the back, and though he was not often tested, he still took care of what little came his way with due professionalism.
Attempted to get forward whenever he could, often choosing to run with the ball rather than crossing to a team-mate. It proved to be an ineffective strategy, as he rarely beat his man.
N. de Jong
Toiled diligently in the middle of the park, but was guilty of a few dreadful giveaways, including one that nearly led to a Chievo goal.
His passing was efficient, but not exactly incisive, as he was forced to play conservatively far too often thanks to the staunch defensive attention of the hosts. Sent off late on for two bookable offences.
Forced to the periphery of the game at times as his influence was curtailed by his inability to find space in the congested Chievo ranks.
Added little to his side's display in either half of the field, looking average on the ball and seeing a few shots easily blocked by the opposition defence.
Tried to get on the end of many chances, but his radar was decidedly off, missing the target on each occasion.
Worked hard to chase down lost causes up front, but could not do anything useful with the ball as a series of attacks ended at his feet.