Went wandering when beaten to the ball on the touchline by Pellissier but was lucky not to be punished. He was unfortunate with both goals, though, as he was outdone by the woodwork on two occasions.
Gallopped forward at times, but had no real end product. His over-adventure twice came close to costing his side on the break.
Lost sight of Pellissier too often and was made to pay on the equaliser after falling asleep once more.
Ragged on occasions, though he was still the best Juve defender on show again. How he missed from a yard, though, will be a question even he can't answer.
Got plenty of crosses in from the right, but few ever looked like really producing anything. Often slow to react to runs into the channel and left team-mates to do the dirty work.
He may not be the most talented player in the world, but few have more heart and desire. His clumsy overhead effort won a penalty in the first half and his all-action style could have produced more.
Showed a great work ethic, but again his last pass let him down tonight. Should also have done better with a header soon after having scraped the bar with a cross.
Failed to provide the impact of Felipe Melo's ying to Aquilani's yang as he again got lost at times when Chievo's neat counter-attacking ways caught Juve's midfield out.
Though he started like a house on fire, he faded later on and Juve eventually began to bypass him as they went for a desperate winner. Poor tackle got him booked too.
A. Del Piero
For somebody who, at the age of 36, doesn't always get involved in games very often he can sure have an impact. Scored one from the spot then made another with an excellent reverse pass.
Looked set to be hauled off seconds before finishing well from Del Piero's pass. Could have scored before then, but as soon as it went 2-2 and Juve went longer he had fewer opportunities to shine.
Couldn't have done any more on either goal, but was left standing as poor finishing saved him. Made a couple of good punches and scrambled saves though.
Why he was booked after the penalty was awarded is anyone's guess. Whether it was for holding Matri or saying something out of turn, he was unable to make up for it when heading wide on the stroke of half-time and then lost Matri as Juve made it 2-2.
Had a good night, despite Pepe doing ok up against him. Often pushed the ex-Udinese man back by getting forward himself and finished coolly to earn his side a point.
Didn't do enough to help out Mantovani as Krasic and Motta doubled up, though he did cause the odd headache for his marker. Could have done better with a first-half chance.
Did a decent job up against Krasic, though the Serb and Motta got too many crosses in. He will have been disappointed with the lack of support from Jokic.
The better of the two centre-halves, he was able to deal with the aerial threat, and his job was made easier once it was 2-2 as Juve went for the high route more often.
Went missing as Juve bossed the first half, but his desire to get into the game helped his troops in the second. Should arguably have bagged Chievo's third in as many minutes when set up by Pellissier. Also cleared Chiellini's effort off the line.
Tried claiming the first goal, then created another within seconds of the restart. His industry was key to Chievo getting back into it, and he protected his back four as well as anyone on the night.
Some of his performances of late have not been in keeping with his form in the first-half of the season. Removed early in the second-half to make way for Uribe.
With Pellissier as your lone striker you always have a chance, and he made enough opportunities for his side to take all three points. His shot off the post led to Sardo's equaliser and Bogliacino should have done better after the skipper had beaten Buffon.
Was only just getting into the game when he landed awkwardly on his wrist as Marchisio pulled him back in full flow late in the first half.
- 18 L. Squizzi
- 5 D. Mandelli
- 21 N. Frey
Late replacement for Jokic.
- 14 R. Guana
His biggest moment of the game was when collecting Pellissier's pass with no goalkeeper in front of him, but he managed only to get the ball stuck between his feet and his resulting shot was easily cleared. Should have been a matchwinner.
Got the last touch on the opening goal of the comeback after replacing Constant and provided more purpose in the Chievo midfield when he was on the ball.