The Inter shot-stopper made some decent saves, particularly to deny Ambrosini in the dying minutes. However, he did almost fumble Tomovic's cross into his own net.
Often struggled to track the movement of Rossi and was culpable of conceding the penalty when he hauled Joaquin to the floor.
The Japanese wing-back produced some teasing runs down both wings but ultimately struggled to find a meaningful end product. Worked tirelessly to help out his defence.
The Brazilian made some surging runs from right-back and helped fire the Nerazzurri to second place in Serie A with his emphatic finish late on.
The centre-back produced some crucial interceptions and last-ditch clearances, but his erratic positioning often led to gaps which Fiorentina exploited.
The summer signing was often seen joining in the attack and his brave header set up Cambiasso to initiate the start of Inter's brilliant comeback.
Continued his bright start to the season by showcasing his neat footwork and dribbling skills. Intelligently picked out Jonathan with his cross to assist the winner.
Failed to build on his impressive performance from the weekend and was unsurprisingly substituted midway through the second half.
Set the tone for Inter's comeback with a determined captain's performance and showed brilliant improvisation and technique to volley home the equaliser.
The Colombian struggled to make his mark on the game and vented his frustration to the fans when he was replaced midway through the second half.
Didn't receive too much service on his own up front but when he did, he was often slow on the ball and failed to create his own chances.
Was culpable for Inter's equaliser when he flapped at Kovacic's corner but could do nothing to prevent Jonathan's powerful winner.
Nearly scored a freak goal when Handanovic almost fumbled his cross over the line. Got himself into some promising advanced positions down the right and was rarely exposed.
Looked much more assured in a 4-3-3 and his aerial prowess helped to limit Inter's attacking threat from wide areas.
Was solid at the back with a series of well-timed blocks, clearances and tackles. He effectively helped to mark Palacio out of the game.
The left-back went off injured in the first half with a thigh problem but until that point he had dealt well with the Inter attacking threat down his side.
The 36-year-old former Milan player clearly didn't want to lose against a team long associated with his fierce rivals and his experience and combative style were key to Fiorentina's solid display in the middle of the park.
The Chilean showed some neat touches but has to be questioned for the Inter winner as he appeared to allow Jonathan to get past him too easily.
The former Malaga winger was a constant threat, often cutting in from the right and his clever movement won the Viola a penalty which gave them the lead. However, he did spurn several decent openings.
Showed a brilliant range of passing and was Fiorentina's most creative outlet. Wasn't helped by the fact that Cuadrado and Gomez were sidelined through injury.
Struggled to create chances for Fiorentina's attacking trident and was unsurprisingly substituted midway through the second half.
Continued his impressive return from injury and made it five goals in five Serie A games with his confident penalty. His movement caused the Inter backline problems and it was no surprise Fiorentina looked less dangerous when he was withdrawn.
The former Bolton man made a real impact when he came on to replace Pasqual. His excellent low cross forced Juan to concede the penalty and he nearly scored with a well-struck dipping volley.
He was thrown on by Montella in an attempt to freshen up the Viola attacking line. However, he was often wasteful in front of goal and failed to make the desired impact.