Was given far less to deal with than he would have been expecting, and he pulled off several good saves before being unbeaten by an unstoppable free-kick from Pjanic.
Put in an excellent performance from start to finish. Always seemed to be in the right place at the right time and remained resolute throughout.
Operated really well over on the left-hand side of the Genoa defence, and he was unlucky not to pick up a clean sheet after doing well for so long.
Never put a foot wrong in the middle of an impressive Genoa back line. Stayed strong throughout and dealt with everything that was thrown at him.
Dominated proceedings in the middle of the pitch. Constantly frustrated Juventus with high pressing and didn’t allow them any time on the ball.
Did a wonderful job in protecting his back three with a strong defensive performance. Looked particularly impressive after the break, with the only blemish being the free-kick that he gave away and which resulted in Pjanic's goal.
Consistently impressed over on the right wing, where he always looked dangerous going forward and set up Simeone’s second goal with a beautiful swinging cross.
Put in a great shift up and down the left flank. Caused all sorts of problems with his pace and trickery and defended superbly in the second half.
Was a constant handful for the Juventus defenders and was unlucky not to pick up a goal of his own after his effort was turned into the back of the net by Sandro.
Played an important role in Genoa’s first goal and impressed from then onwards. Always looked dangerous on the break and defended well when required.
It was a dream game for the young striker, who gave his side a 2-0 lead with an excellent early brace and put in a wonderful shift from then onwards.
It was a miserable first half for the veteran goalkeeper, who was constantly let down by his defenders and was beaten by three well-finished goals, despite his best efforts.
Never looked at all comfortable. Constantly found himself out of position and didn’t do anywhere near enough to stop both of Simeone’s goals.
Featured as part of a back three that were all over the place. Too often was dragged out of position, allowing Genoa’s front line to run riot throughout.
It was a miserable opening 33 minutes for the defender, whose mistake resulted in Genoa’s first goal before he was forced off with a suspected hamstring injury.
Was ineffective over on the left wing. Struggled to find teammates with his overhit crosses and, at the back, was given the runaround by Lazovic whenever the Serbian broke forward.
Sometimes got forward well over on the right flank, but defensively he was suspect and left far too much space available for Laxalt and Ocampos to take advantage of.
Made little impact in advanced areas and too often left space available behind him, which made life easy for Genoa when they countered quickly.
Performed awfully in the middle of the pitch, where he was easily overrun by Rincon and Cofie and struggled whenever he had the ball at his feet.
Tried his hardest to make things happen for the league leaders, and he was eventually rewarded for his efforts with goals thanks to a beautiful curling free-kick late on.
It was a tough afternoon for the striker, who found it incredibly difficult to cause problems for the Genoa back three and, as a result, never went close to scoring.
Made a couple of good runs when cutting in from the left flank, but, overall, it was an underwhelming performance from the Colombian.
Featured late on but defended well over on the left wing to help Genoa hold on.
Came on for Lazovic in a defensive move by the home side and put in a strong shift for the remaining 25 minutes.
Only featured for the final few minutes of the game but did the job required of him.
Came on for the injured Bonucci and did better than the number 19, but he still had a few nervy moments, despite the home side largely being on the back foot.
Featured for the final 20 minutes in place of Khedira, but he was unable to make much more of an impact than the German and was sometimes guilty of being wasteful in possession.
Initially made an impact after replacing Lichtsteiner at the start of the second half, but he was unable to find enough joy against Genoa’s hard-working defenders.