Federico Bernardeschi (RM) – 5/10 – Struggled to have any influence in the first half from the right touchline. Looked a little more dangerous when he popped up in more central zones after the restart but this was hardly a performance that’ll convince Juventus to renew his contract.
Fabio Miretti (CM) – 7/10 – I loved what I saw from Miretti on his first Juventus start. He played with a swagger that’s so often absent in Juve’s midfield. The youngster provided serenity, verticality and dynamism from the base of midfield. But, he has plenty to learn in the defensive phase.
Denis Zakaria (CM) – 5.5/10 – Zakaria was incredibly fortunate to play all 90 minutes after his reckless challenge in the first half only earned him a caution. The Swiss international, after starting well, was clumsy in the tackle and often sloppy in possession. His first touch occasionally lets him down.
Adrien Rabiot (LM) – 6/10 – There were the customary braindead Rabiot giveaways, but the Frenchman also contributed heavily in the defensive phase – again. He’s excellent in defensive transition.