Federico Bernardeschi (RM) – 5.5/10 – Bernardeschi was certainly bright, but his decision-making was poor in key moments and he missed a good chance early in the second half. Defensively, he struggled to cope with the persistent surges of the superb Alessandro Bastoni.
Manuel Locatelli (CM) – 6/10 – There was little by way of slick possession play on Locatelli’s behalf as Inter completely nullified Juve’s build-up, which rarely went through the midfield. However, the Italian’s defensive effort was incredibly impressive throughout. He got through a tonne of work before he was brought off at the end of the 90 minutes.
Adrien Rabiot (CM) – 6/10 – It was Rabiot’s penetrative run and cross that set-up Juve’s best chance after scoring. However, that was the Frenchman’s only notable sequence with the ball as, like Locatelli, he struggled to get on it. He was astute in the defensive phase, making a couple of key contributions in his own third.
Weston McKennie (LM) – 7.5/10 – The American scored the opener with smart and proceeded to frustrate Inter with his effusiveness out of possession. McKennie was instrumental in Juve’s pressing sequences as he timed his engagements on Milan Skriniar to perfection throughout. His role in possession was strange, although he did a good job at pinning the Slovak defender at times. He could’ve been more secure with the ball, however.