Utterly helpless, as all of Juve's goals were extremely well taken.
Run utterly ragged by Juventus, time and time again. Simply no way for him to cope with the relentless pressure on his goal.
Lost sight of Vidal and Quagliarella for two of Juve's goals. Appeared as clueless as the rest of Pescara's defence when dealing with the Bianconeri.
Taken apart with embarrassing ease by Giovinco on more than one occasion. Never looked at all confident in defence.
Put in a crucial tackle to halt Quagliarella on one Juve attack, and offered his team occasional moments of directness on the right flank.
Gave his team absolutely nothing on the left wing, and spent most of his time isolated and dropping deeper and deeper into his own half.
Hit the woodwork with one attempt, but was otherwise as anonymous as his rating suggests in the middle of the park. Never came close to stopping the Juve machine.
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His cross to set up Cascione's goal was about the only positive thing to come from his performance. A few brief moments in the second half, but it all came way too late.
Headed in the only goal of the game for the home side, and nearly repeated the trick with another header that sent Buffon scrambling. His was one of the few heads that did not drop.
No chance for him to even dream of making an impact, as all the players who might have given him service were busy making sure that Juve's goal haul did not reach double figures.
Isolated and largely unused up front. A thankless task for him given the situation his team found themselves in by half-time.
One or two smart saves, but nothing out of the ordinary for Buffon. Perhaps slightly disappointed with conceding, though it was a well placed goal.
Assisted Quagliarella's first with a fine delivery into the box, and spent most of his time camped in the opposition half as Juve just kept attacking.
Mostly quiet on the defensive front, as Chiellini was left with very little outside of routine defensive tasks. Never looked rattled, though.
Marked Abbuscato completely out of the game and was alert to thwart whatever little Pescara could throw his way.
Games such as this will never be a true test of his credentials, but he did what he had to do with little fuss.
A box-to-box display of the highest pedigree, as he showed plenty of bite in midfield while picking his moments to get forward extremely well. Opened the scoring in just such a manner, with a great run and finish, before setting up one of Quagliarella's goals with a Pirlo-esque ball from his own half.
Found himself in plenty of advanced positions, and took full advantage, dragging the Pescara midfield out of position with his surging runs. Scored Juve’s third with a sublime overhead kick from close range. His athleticism and stamina were a key asset for the Bianconeri.
With the likes of Vidal, Marchisio and especially Giovinco handling the bulk of the playmaking, Pirlo never had to step out of second gear, and spent most of the game spraying simple passes to his more dynamic team-mates, while holding a deep position to help shield the defence. Set up one of Quagliarella’s goals from a corner.
Terrier-like stuff in the middle of the park, as he handled a lot of the dirty work with so many of his colleagues involved in attacking play. Blocked a surefire Pescara goal from a corner with his body on the goal-line.
Took on the mantle of chief playmaker tonight, with an all-encompassing display in the attacking third. His first touch and quick feet were a nightmare for Pescara to deal with, and he set up the opener for Vidal with a fantastic pass, before scoring an equally brilliant volley of his own.
On a team full of world-class performances on the night, his was the star that shone brightest. His first two goals were quick-thinking finishes of the highest quality, and he played a great give-and-go to set up Giovinco’s goal - all in the first half. Still, the best moment came early in the second period - an acrobatic volley right out of the top draw straight from Pirlo’s corner. Simply fantastic.
A few nice touches after coming on.
Found things really simple in his spell on the pitch. Never challenged.
Came on for the latter stages but by then, Juve had decided to slow the tempo so he saw little in the way of goalmouth action. Still tried to get involved.