The keeper commanded his area well when crosses were sent in and he also made some quality saves. His stop to keep out Meggiorini at the end avoided an embarrassing upset for the hosts.
The Japanese did not offer enough protection against the impressive Cerci. He rarely committed to a challenge and was beaten on a number of occasions. He did not push on in the wide areas either.
Provided some much-needed cover around the back as Torino focused their attacks down Inter's left. He kept a close eye on Santana and drove his side forward in the second half, setting up Cambiasso's equaliser.
Much like midweek against Roma the Brazilian was left to defend the whole of the left side on his own. He did as well as he could, making some important interceptions and blocks.
The centre-back did not have his finest outing in an Inter shirt as he allowed the opposition forwards far too much time on the ball. He was a step of the pace and struggled to cope throughout.
Fired in a brilliant free kick to put his side ahead after just five minutes but was withdrawn in the 28th minute after picking up a knock.
Frequently dropped back to help his side defend but that ended up leaving the top two isolated for long periods. His lapse in concentration was pounced upon by Torino as Meggiorini netted the equaliser.
The Belgian midfielder was largely uninvolved in the first half until he knocked a few passes about deep in his own half. He picked up in the second half and was replaced by Cambiasso.
Found himself overrun in the middle as Torino seemed to have far more time on the ball. He failed to provide any drive through the middle of the park and was not convincing in the slightest.
The former AC Milan man's sole contribution in the first half was to poke the ball away from Brighi and win the free kick that led to the goal. Improved in the second half with some nifty touches and link-up play.
Was busy throughout as he chased down every ball, but ultimately he lacked support in open play and looked isolated. He failed to round Gillet and tap home the winner in the closing stages.
There was nothing the keeper could do to keep out Chivu's opener but he did not let it affect his confidence. Two great saves, one from Guarin and another from Palacio almost guided his team to a rare San Siro win.
The full-back made a couple of very impressive interceptions, first easing Nagatomo off the ball in the area before stopping Palacio from stabbing a loose ball at goal on the stroke of half time.
Failed to provide the same level of quality as D'Ambrosio did on the other side of defence. He rarely got forward to support the attack and allowed Zanetti to waltz in the area to create Inter's second of the night.
A composed, confident performance from the Polish centre-back. He was comfortable in possession and it appeared to soothe his team-mates. His simple distribution were the building block for his side.
A fairly solid outing from the centre-back as he looked focused on doing the basics to the best of his ability. He was drawn out of position leaving Cambiasso to slot in the equaliser.
Orchestrated Torino brilliantly, displaying great vision as he picked out some intelligent passes. He also knew when to keep it simple and was key to the visitors impressive spells of possession.
Drifted inside from the left as he found it difficult up against the experienced Zanetti. He struggled to find space to influence the direction of Torino's movements but got more joy as he moved inside.
A fairly clumsy challenged enabled Inter to take an early lead but he recovered with a solid showing in the centre of the park. He tracked the ball well worked closely with the defence.
Complemented Meggiorini brilliantly with what may well have been a telepathic understanding. He buzzed off of the forward with a number of bright runs and delicate flicks. His quick pass assisted the equaliser.
Looked very lively out on the right flank and was Torino's first point of call when trying to threaten the Inter defence. His dribbling was first-rate and a fantastic cross set up Meggiorini just after the break.
The striker's movement was fantastic as he never stood idle for a second. Pounced on Guarin's error to rifle in Torino's first before sliding home his side's second to put them in charge of the game. A superb performance.
The Uruguayan struggled as he played out of position in a back three. He was beaten far too easily by Cerci as the Torino winger set up Meggiorini's second.
Replaced the injured Mudingayi in the second half and made all the difference to his side. He brought the best out of his team-mates and rescued a point for the Nerazzurri with a simple finish from Zanetti's cross.
Came on for Cassano in the 75th minute but did not have much time to positively influence the outcome.
Came on for Cerci in the 81st minute but only served to make his team appear more unstable.
Added extra width after replacing Santana in the 70th minute and played a great pass which Bianchi could only divert onto the post.
Replaced Baretto on the hour mark and offered a more physical presence in the final third. Almost grabbed a winner but his shot came back off the post.