Fared well with the occasional pot-shots that Milan sent his way.
The defender could have gotten forward a little more to punish a weakened Milan right flank.
Imperious in the air to cut out a few hopeful Milan punts forward.
Made some encouraging runs down the flank and was alert to the occasional break from Milan.
Did not have a lot to occupy his time and went about his business quietly.
Shut out a few attacks before they really began and was a reliable base in midfield to reset and recycle attacks.
Worked hard in the middle, although his task was made easier by the lack of numbers in the Milan ranks.
Some encouraging runs into space, one of which caused a late challenge from De Sciglio, which conceded the penalty. Hit the post as well with a low effort before lashing in a loose ball for the opener.
His off-the-ball movement came to the fore in the second half and he set up one or two enticing chances for his team-mates, though his goal threat left something to be desired.
His ability to thread the ball through gaps in the Milan ranks was vital in the second half, but his team-mates could not take advantage.
Saw an early penalty saved by Lopez, but got his revenge later on with a powerful finish.
Saved a penalty and could not be blamed for any of the Napoli goals, one of which came after a fine stop from the Spaniard.
Did not put a toenail out of place for three-quarters of the game, as the timing on his challenges and interceptions bordered on perfection. However, he fell apart during Napoli's six-minute blitz.
M. De Sciglio
Historically awful game, which lasted all of 45 seconds as he was red-carded for conceding a penalty in the area.
The burly centre-back's collapse late in the second half was in contrast to his earlier efforts, as he was a perfect complement to Paletta, winning everything in the air and was first to confront the attackers.
Fared well throughout the game, preventing runners from getting in behind with his deep positioning.
Mostly sat back to protect the defence and helped to plug a few inevitable holes thanks to their numerical disadvantage.
N. de Jong
Didn't do enough to stop a few waves of possession around the 18-yard area, as he was too reactive in his play.
Hit the woodwork with a crushing header and was always available to help out his full-back.
One or two encouraging bursts, but he was mostly stymied and isolated.
M. van Ginkel
Contributed little on the ball and struggled a few times when he filled in gaps in defence.
Barely had a sniff of a goalscoring chance and was replaced with less than an hour gone.