He was rarely troubled besides a few routine saves during the course of the match.
The Romanian had one brilliant run that set up Floccari for a good chance in the early going and otherwise was decent in defence.
Had a correctly disallowed goal on 20 minutes after a textbook header and put in a veteran's performance. Struggled once or twice with Morimoto.
Very solid at the back and hardly out a foot wrong all afternoon. One of the pillars of Lazio's success this season.
He did his duty down the right, adding some pace to the offense and marking Giuseppe Mascara and his Catania team-mates out of the match as well.
Was a key factor in Lazio's dominance of the midfield and played a part in the equaliser by recovering the ball in the centre of the pitch and sending Hernanes on his way.
A similar performance to Floccari, the former Udinese and Brescia midfielder just wasn't at his best.
The recently capped Italian international did not make an impression on the game as he is capable of.
Was guilty of a few mispalced passes that spurned good opportunities, but was an inspired presence after the first 20 minutes and scored with a precise and powerful strike, nearly sealing the points by threatening Andujar at the death.
The striker seemed to be a step slow, only finding space and testing the goalkeeper once over the 90 minutes.
Close but no cigar, was the story for Zarate today. Dazzled the crowd with some fine solo strikes and dribbling, but failed to get that decisive winner.
Made three brilliant saves - one each on Floccari, Zarate, and Hernanes to salvage a point on the road for the Etnei and thwart the Biancocelesti.
Catania rarely attacked and Potenza was disciplined in his right back position for all 90 minutes.
Like his fellow full-back Potenza, he remained in position and was competent in his defensive duties.
The player was very good in the air, but struggled on the ground with the trickery of Hernanes and Zarate when they galloped forward.
Hauled down Hernanes on the edge of the area and was booked, before nodding in the opener. A quality display in a disciplined defence.
The Italian player fought hard to try and win the ball back for his side and ran himself ragged with little to show for it personally, but his side did earn a draw.
Rarely saw the ball, but his powerful effort from 35 yards forced the corner that led to the goal.
One of the few Catania players who threatened on a regular basis until injury forced him off the pitch. Assisted Silvestre's goal with a wonderful cross.
Added some bite to the midfield for the Sicilians in the early going, but overall he was overrun by Brocchi and co.
The Japanese star stepped in for the suspended Maxi Lopez and threatened to split open Lazio's defence with his pace once or twice.
The often spectacular player failed to get into the match at all and it was no surprise when he substituted early in the second half.
- 12 T. Berni
- 21 M. Diakité
- 39 L. Cavanda
Replaced Ledesma, but did little more than make a few crunching tackles in the centre of the pitch.
Added some pace to the Lazio attack after replacing Mauri, but he remains a but rusty.
- 23 M. Bresciano
The veteran came on as Reja's last throw of the dice.
- 30 A. Campagnolo
- 33 C. Capuano
- 26 F. Sciacca
The winger added some width after coming on, but was kept in check for the most part by Lazio's defence.
- 19 A. Ricchiuti
After coming on 52 minutes he added some creativity and style for Giampoalo's side, but quickly faded out of the match.
A late replacement for the tired Morimoto.