M. De Sanctis
Never tested by the opposition in what was a supremely untroubled game.
No bother for him defensively, and his attacking contributions were rewarded when he stabbed in Roma's third on the break.
Had nary a thing to do at the back and was camped near the halfway line for most of the game.
Headed in the fourth and final goal early in the second half in what was a great outing for him. Not tested in defence.
Overlapped succinctly down the flanks, and the opposition was no match for his desire to get to the byeline and whip crosses in.
He threw himself into tackles with purpose, and showed a more cultured side with some decent passing sequences.
Somewhat deadpan compared to the rest of his effervescent teammates as he played slightly within himself.
Laid down a marker for the state of the game with an accomplished overhead kick to open the scoring, and set up Maicon with a perfect cross. A menace swapping flanks with Gervinho.
Simply ran the show from the middle of the park, breaking up play at will and impressing with his range of distribution.
Tormented the opposition on the counter, as he was too fast for his man on numerous occasions. Smartly cut the ball back for Totti to score, and looked at home out on the flanks.
Another age-defying game from the skipper, who angled home Roma's second and threatened constantly with his elusive movement from deep. Also set up Benatia's goal with a good corner.
Made some strong saves from the likes of Totti, but was a tad guilty of not reacting quicker to the Roma skipper's placed shot.
The defender could not stop Florenzi and Dodo from getting crosses in at will.
Often left scampering to recover against the pace and movement of the likes of Gervinho.
Committed some careless fouls across the pitch that presented Roma with decent opportunities from set pieces.
Defended decently against the flank threat of the opposition, and was perhaps Genoa's most reliable performer on the day.
Offered absolutely nothing in an offensive sense, and was little better than average defensively, beaten a few times.
Simply not up to the pace of the game in midfield, out-hustled and outfought to most 50-50 balls.
Held the ball up well and sprayed a few decent passes about, but no one else was on the same wavelength.
Completely dominated by Strootman in the centre of the park, as he could not stop the Roma man from passing at will.
Gave away the free kick that led to the opener, and left the match in disgrace when he was sent off for mouthing off to the opposition fans as he was leaving the pitch to be substituted.
Isolated and stymied for the entirety of the game. Barely a meaningful touch up front.