Federico Chiesa (RM) – 6/10 – Chiesa was relentless out of possession. He pick-pocketed Hamed Traore on several occasions in the first half. With the ball, the Italian was less influential. Although, he did combine nicely with McKennie down the right and he did provide a ubiquitous spark in the final third.
Manuel Locatelli (CM) – 4.5/10 – The Italian produced a gorgeous pass over the top for Federico Chiesa, but that was the standout moment in an otherwise sub-par display. While Locatelli had some success circulating possession as Sassuolo struggled to press him, he was a little too eager in the defensive phase, and his aggression occasionally opened up space for the likes of Raspadori and Berardi between the lines.
Weston McKennie (CM) – 6.5/10 – There were definitely a lot of deleted Juventini tweets after McKennie leapt the highest to convert Dybala’s free-kick and equalise for the Bianconeri. While his technical quality left plenty to be desired at times (hence the heavy Twitter slander), the American did a lot of good things. He rotated well down the right, found space in the right half-space, combined well with Chiesa and provided an abundance of energy when Juve pressed. McKennie won the ball high upfield in several pressing sequences.
Adrien Rabiot (LM) – 4/10 – Returned to the starting XI in his hybrid role off the left but had no impact whatsoever before being replaced at half-time.