A respectable draw to Scudetto challengers Napoli means that Inter are just one point shy of a Champions League place.
Here are the Nerazzurri player ratings.
Samir Handanović (6): Only had to save shots and dealt with both of them comfortably, routine performance in between the sticks.
Daniele D’Ambrosio (7): Did a good job of keeping the inconsistent Callejón quiet and pushed forwards as often as he could.
Joao Miranda (7): Was one of the reasons the Nerazzurri kept a clean sheet. The Brazilian International helped restrict Napoli to just two shots on target.
Milan Škriniar (8): The 23 year-old seems to have gotten over his bad form as the young Slovakian International was world class for La Beneamata today. Škriniar stopped Dries Mertens from threatening the Inter goal and was first to every ball, had good chemistry with his centre-back partner Miranda as well.
João Cancelo (7): Despite being beaten by Lorenzo Insigne a few times this evening, Cancelo’s attacking ability and his creativity in driving Inter forward was impressive at the San Siro. Skilful on the ball and demonstrating his speed the Portuguese International was a standout player.
Marcelo Brozović (6): Helped to stop Napoli’s midfield from pushing forward as much as they would have liked to, was good on the ball in the first half and provided good cover for his defence.
Roberto Gagliardini (4): The Italian International should have been sent off for a late challenge on Dries Mertens, Gagliardini didn’t do anything of note and was a weak-link for Inter tonight.
Ivan Perišić (5): Wasn’t heavily involved and was kept quiet tonight.
Rafinha (5): Demonstrated his good technical ability and attempted to get the ball moving for the Nerazzurri but was lacking a good final product.
Antonio Candreva (6): Caused some problems for the Napoli defence and Inter’s best chance of the match with a fizzing shot but the Italian International was unable to hit the target.
Mauro Icardi (7): Was very impressive as he had nearly no service and still managed to cause trouble for Napoli’s defence on his return. Linked up well with his supporting wingers.
Éder (5): Had one attempt on goal after a good move with Icardi but had no impact on the game besides this.
Borja Valero (5): Replaced Candreva and looked sharp when he had the ball, would have had more time to create chances had he started the game.
Yann Karamoh (N/A): Replaced Perišić late into the game and had no time to have any influence for Inter.