M. De Sanctis
Made some good saves from Honda and Bonaventura to preserve his clean sheet.
Covered ground quickly and even popped up to good effect in the final third on occasion.
Performed well against the running of Menez and was in command on deliveries into his box.
Victim of a few rough challenges but it did not impact his defensive job.
Won his appeal to start but could not crack the nut on the left side in attack.
His tenacity forced Armero into a hand ball and he had a number of thwarted attacks to his credit.
Went toe-to-toe with De Jong on a number of occasions and did not stop running. His passing was average, though.
D. De Rossi
The vice-captain battled hard throughout, putting in an assured defensive showing.
Did not often exploit the flanks in the manner that would have benefited his team.
The most dangerous player on the pitch. His dribbling carved open a plethora of avenues, but he just could not apply the finishing touch.
Rather stymied in this game as he was unable to find the space to weave his magic.
Always reliable and sure with his handling when called upon. A great late save from Gervinho sealed the point.
Sent off in disgrace after a silly handball, but the referee was influenced by the protests of the Roma players.
Gambled a few times at the back but, for the most part, his risky plays paid off for his side.
Did not often let his direct opponent garner any change out on the left flank.
Rarely put a foot wrong at the back, and was important in the closing stages to see out the draw.
His ambitious attempts from long range did not pay off but, like the rest of the team, he stepped up his defensive game when it mattered.
During large spells in the second half, his ability to dictate play was crucial in allowing his side to dominate.
A hard worker in an advanced midfield position and nearly scored at the near post to boot.
Really only impressed in fits and starts as he was well marked, and fell victim to a few offsides.
N. de Jong
Though he picked up a yellow card, the Dutchman was not afraid to put his body on the line, and his effort was essential.
He released a few vital passes that had his team on the attack and had an early ranger saved by De Sanctis.