The No.1 was comfortable in the Juventus goal for most part, as he was helpless to stopping Bologna's equaliser, with his defenders not doing any favours.
The Swiss flanker was his usual, hardworking self, powering down the right-hand side with conviction, while not neglecting his defensive duties either. Also continued to provide genuine support to his wingers with his crossing and overlapping.
An accomplished display from the ex-Wolfsburg stopper, who showed composure and intelligence with the ball at his feet and made a fair few important interceptions, as he took on less of the dirty work.
P. De Ceglie
Despite offering decent support for Pepe and Giaccherini at times, the left-back made a horrific mistake in failing to clear his lines in the box, gifting Bologna a free strike and the subsequent goal from a corner to see his side drop two points.
The towering defender was solid on the night, where he dealt with most of the balls coming his way in his usual, rugged fashion. Could have done slightly better in his positioning for Portanova's headed goal though.
The ex-Udinese winger again ticked all the boxes in the physical side of the game, with his never-say-die attitude and endless running with and without the ball, but lacked when it came to delivering the final product and technical ability to take his man on.
A stuttering first-half display from the Serb, where for every quick surge on the ball into his opponent's danger zone, he proceeded to lose it. Replaced by Giaccherini in the second half.
Classy and elegant as ever, the playmaker was a delight to watch in the second-half with his fantastic close control and imperious passing range, after a poor first 45 where he still managed to assist Vucinic with a clever, quick free kick.
Although he didn't make any obvious errors of judgement, the midfielder lacked any sort of his usual authority or industry in the middle of the park, as he was constantly outclassed by his partner Pirlo and Mudingayi didn't give him an easy time of it either during the latter stages.
A. Del Piero
Despite his diminishing legs, the Old Lady favourite showed moments of class, as he proceeded to test Gillet on a few occasions, almost scoring with a curling effort. Replaced by Matri.
The Montengrin personified his playing style in 45 minutes, as he showed his natural instinct and off-the-ball intelligence to latch onto Pirlo's set-piece to score the opener, but got stupidly sent off at the end of the half after a wildly inappropriate tackle on Diego Perez.
The Belgian shot stopper had an impressive game for his team, making a few crucial saves to deny Juventus from bagging the three points.
No gaping problems for the Swede, who formed a cohesive partnership at the back with Portanova, as the duo also impressed in going for set-pieces.
Although he struggled with the movement of Vucinic and Del Piero early on, he settled down extremely well in the Bologna backline and easily dealt with Matri's physicality. Scored a bullet header to win a point for his side too.
Poorly performed against the pairing of Lichtsteiner and Krasic, but improved as the game wore on, as he began to read Pepe's tracks.
Too inconsistent to be of a higher rating, the Uruguayan did show glimpses of talent on the ball, but wasn't able to examine the Juventus backline as much as he would have hoped, and couldn't provide much service up top.
The Uruguayan anchorman was the victim of Vucinic's rash tackle, but apart from that, he remained deep and acted as his side's destroyer, which he did quietly, yet effectively. However, he was replaced by Pulzetti during the second half.
Non-existent display from the ex-Brescia midfield man, who struggled to assert any authority at all on Marchisio and Pirlo, and ended up chasing shadows for most part.
Slightly better than Morleo, but couldn't offer much in an attacking sense, as he was forced to stop Giaccherini frequently and remain deep during the second-half.
Only had half a match to showcase his eye for the goal, he initially gave Pirlo some problems through the middle, but his unpredictable tendencies were eventually sacrificed by coach Bisoli.
The best Bologna midfielder by a mile, the ex-Lazio man was a powerhouse in the middle of the park, and even made a few darting runs down the centre. Not the best technically, but as a domineering figure, he caught the eye.
Another disappointing performance from the targetman striker, who could not find a way past Barzagli and Chiellini with his powerful figure, although he did lack support from Ramirez and the alike.
- 30 M. Storari
- 19 L. Bonucci
A tenacious and gritty spell on the pitch, but without much luck as he struggled to get into the frantic pace of the match at the end the encounter, conceding a few poor fouls.
Better than his fellow flanker Pepe and marginally better than Krasic, whom he replaced, the former Seahorse showed promise every time he had the ball, taking on his opponents and fizzing some dangerous crosses into the box, but could not successfully open the Bologna defence.
- 18 F. Quagliarella
- 17 E. Elia
The striker had a disappointing game overall, where he failed to lead the line on his own in the second-half and produce any worthwhile opportunites for his side.