The Trabzonspor goalkeeper kept the scoreline respectable as he made several smart stops to deny Marchisio, Pogba and Giovinco. Time after time, he was let down by his porous defence.
The former Chelsea man looked disinterested and failed to track the run of the Juventus forwards.
Won a number of crucial headers to deny Osvaldo but struggled to keep a straight defensive line and often played the Juventus forwards onside.
Could not cope with the threat of Isla down the wing and only a 37th-minute injury spared him from further embarrassment.
The centre-back will still have images of Giovinco running round in his head although he did salvage some of his integrity with a number of last-ditch blocks.
The Ivorian failed to replicate his good performance from the first leg and he looked lethargic in the midfield as he struggled to get to grips with Marchisio and Vidal.
The former Chelsea midfielder had scored four goals in his previous seven matches for the club but he looked rusty after his recent injury problems, frequently giving the ball away in advanced areas.
He went the closest to scoring for Trabzonspor but conceded possession too easily and offered little protection to the back four.
The Poland international tried to make things happen in the Trabzonspor midfield but lacked the service and finishing to make a difference.
The Trabzonspor wideman was too static and his lack of movement and incision ensured he was easily marked out of the game.
The Austria international regularly failed to make himself available for the pass and his poor hold-up play ensured Juventus quickly regained possession.
The Azzurri No.1 added another clean sheet to the collection though in truth, he was hardly tested.
A confident showing from the former Torino man who was solid in the air and marshalled Janko to good effect.
The left wing-back was rarely exposed defensively though he struggled to make an impact in attacking positions. Saw a first-half effort disallowed before missing a sitter late on.
The centre-back was first to everything and complimented his solid defensive display with some incisive forward passing.
The Uruguayan did not put a foot wrong in defence and looked assured in possession. Was substituted shortly before the hour mark.
Flourished in Pirlo's deep-lying playmaker role, breaking up the Trabzonspor midfield and springing Juventus attacks with his accurate range of passing.
The France midfielder tested Onur with a number of long-range efforts and he helped Juventus to dominate the midfield before he was substituted in preparation for the weekend clash with Milan.
The Chilean showed why he is one of the most coveted players in Europe with another faultless box-to-box performance. Consistently got into dangerous attacking positions and scored his 17th goal of the season with an instinctive finish.
He was a constant thorn in the Trabzonspor defence with his ability to pick a pass and exploit wide areas. Hit the post in the early minutes.
His best performance of the season. The Juventus No.12 was brimming with confidence and tore the Trabzonspor defence to pieces with his clever footwork and movement, providing two assists.
The on-loan Southampton striker has adapted well to Juventus' style and he linked up superbly with Giovinco all game to score his second goal for the club.
Was introduced at half-time and added some stability to the vulnerable Trabzonspor defence.
The Romanian was introduced to the action late on and helped his side finish strongly thanks to his accurate passing and composure on the ball.
The left-back was an upgrade on Kadir and restricted Isla's impact in the second half.