Was rarely threatened in the Inter goal, but when he was called upon he was always reliable.
Had one dodgy moment when Cerci Tachtsidis lashed out at him, but other than that he barely broke into a sweat.
An easy day for the wing-back. He completed 91% of his passes and looked steady on the ball.
The wing-back was his typical energetic self against the club from Turin.
Like his defensive partners, he had very little to do today. He fed the ball to Cambiasso well, though, and was an outlet for the midfielder throughout.
Won all four of his tackles during his time on the pitch and was impressive on his return to the side.
Really improved in the second half and came into his own with a few lovely moments.
The veteran midfielder produced a sterling display in the middle of the park.
The Colombian was wasteful in attack and produced very little for his team-mates other than any early chance for Palacio.
Always probing, the striker’s movement and work rate was, as always, top notch.
Completed just nine passes in the entire game and was largely disappointing going forward.
Made one outstanding save in the first half to deny Palacio the opening goal.
The former AC Milan defender was solid at the back. No mistakes, but sitting far too deep from the off and picked up a late yellow card.
Had a quiet game compared to Rodriguez. He lets his defensive partner do the dirty work while he mops up at the back.
Made two vital interceptions in the game and can't be blamed for his side not picking up any points here.
Was the best of the bunch in Torino’s defence, he tried to make things happen whenever he could by driving out of defence with the ball.
Struggled in the first half, but came to life after the break. Nearly scored a cracking equaliser only to see his shot fizz past the post.
Was sloppy with his passing before being hauled off in the second half.
Anonymous for much of his time on the pitch and won just one of the five tackles he went in for.
Picked up a yellow card that will see him miss the next game – he was generally off the pace for much of the game.
Not his usual self today but still so key to Torino’s style of play on the break.
His usual self - always working the channels and looking for his striker partner or a way to score himself.