Another solid outing from the Slovenian who was, however, beaten once by Inler but saved by his post. Made some big saves when he needed to.
Lost track of Callejon on a few occasions, however, that nearly resulted in Napoli opening the scoring. Had a vital block on Higuain to keep the game scoreless. Sprung to life offensively in the second half sending in some great crosses.
Solid performance, nothing flashy from the centre-back who did enough to keep Napoli frustrated in attack.
Great performance from the Italian who captained the back-line well. Positionally sound and dealt well with the threat of Higuain.
Made a vital tackle on Higuain late to salvage the draw.
Made a few nice runs off the ball and made himself a viable option in attack. Always eager to get forward but couldn't do much with his time in possession.
Sharp passing in midfield, and contained the likes of Mertens and Inler for large portions of the match. Always eager to jump into a challenge.
Great work ethic from the Brazilian who won a number of 50-50 balls in midfield. Nearly opened the scoring with a fantastic strike inside 10 minutes.
A Pirlo-esque performance put in by the Croatian, who appeared to be at the heart of nearly every Inter attack. Showed great vision in making a number of superb passes, while almost scoring a goal of his own in the first half if not for Pepe Reina.
Proved a real nuisance for Napoli to deal with, but couldn't pick out a final pass, and lacked urgency in the final third.
Was much better off the ball than on it. Created space with some clever runs, but was hardly clinical enough in possession. Wasted a glorious chance in the early stages when he passed a shooting chance from six yards out.
Brilliant display from the Spaniard who was at the top of his game today. Made a number of great reactionary saves, especially in the first half, to help keep a well-earned clean sheet.
Defensive susceptibility exposed by Nagatomo and Kovacic. Often bailed out by Reina.
Got forward well at times to contribute in attack, and had the better of D'Ambrosio. Ran the width of the field to turn aside a Palacio effort with a superb block in the first half.
Made a number of nice recovery tackles to bail out Britos and Henrique. Positionally sound, and carried on playing despite receiving a nasty looking punch from his own keeper.
Was perhaps lucky not to be sent off early on when he took down Palacio as the last defender. Struggled to contain the Argentine for large parts of the match.
Also laid deeper in midfield, but did a much better job linking up play between defence and attack. Unlucky not to score the winner late on when he hit the inside of the post with Handanovic beaten.
Sat deep and let the others work in attack. Failed to restrain Kovacic who wreaked havoc in midfield.
Seemed out of his element as he played behind Higuain as opposed to on the flank where he is most comfortable. Lacked creativity and failed to really trouble the Inter defence.
Excellent skill on the ball, and showed great vision to set up a number of attacks that his team-mates couldn't finish off. The most dangerous player in attack for Napoli.
A poor performance from the Spaniard. Missed two glorious, clear-cut chances to put his team ahead in the first half, before disappearing for a large part of the final 45 minutes.
Hardly left his space up top. Created a few chances that he couldn't direct on target. Lacked composure in front of goal. Came off injured in the final five minutes.