Amazed everybody watching when he failed to deal with Barzagli’s straight-forward backpass to hand Muriel a simple equaliser.
Looked a little more stretched than in recent weeks, but was still reasonably comfortable but for when earning a booking for a mistimed tackle. Had a long-running row with Delvecchio throughout.
Patrolled the wing with great force, but Lecce were occasionally allowed to get forward down his flank a little too easily.
His biggest impact on the game came through little fault of his own as Buffon failed to deal with his simple backpass. Other than that, he’d given Lecce no look-in.
Very nearly struck when making an excellent run to meet Pirlo’s cut-back, and was a strong presence at the back to boot.
His assist for Marchisio’s early goal was sheer class, and he fed through a couple more real testers for the Lecce back line, but he wasn’t at the very top of his game.
Made a magnificent run to meet Marchisio’s chipped pass, but after good chest control his left-foot shot went just wide. One magnificent tackle foiled Brivio in full flight, but another chance to kill the game was squandered before Lecce equalised.
Headed home a shot through Benassi’s dive from Pirlo’s exquisite chip over the top, then almost became provider when lofting forward for Vidal but the Chilean shot just wide. Couldn't reproduce an excellent first-half display after the break.
Got into some nice positions as Juve stretched the opposition, and very nearly made it 2-0 when just clearing the bar after an excellent team move.
His movement and touch was too good for the Lecce defence for long spells of the game, and on another night he may have racked up a number of assists.
Gifted one goal to Marchisio, then almost did the same again as Vucinic followed in shortly before half-time. Looked more stable after the break despite Juve's regular pressure.
Ran with some willing as Lecce looked to cause Juve some rare problems with a concerted period of possession. Provided shape and intelligence for the Salentini, but one free kick was incredibly badly delivered.
Stayed strong at the back and looked to make runs in whatever fashion he could in order to help the Salentini back into the game.
Matched Vucinic for height but not for pace in their running battle. Still, his determination helped to ensure that the game never ran away from the away side.
Stood firm under Juve’s regular pressure, but could have been punished a couple of times when Vidal was allowed to ghost in behind in his defensive channel.
The ex-Torino man’s tough nature was always likely to see him have running battles all over the pitch, and he was booked for getting into one dust-up too many.
His early face-off with Chiellini had tempers rising, but that was no surprise. The uncompromising midfielder added some real toughness to the centre of Lecce’s side.
Booked for a foul on Vidal, then shown a second yellow card for a challenge on Caceres for which he might well feel himself a touch unfortunate.
Stuck to his task well, providing a real presence in the midfield as Lecce eventually reined some spells of possession off their hosts.
Chased down a number of hopeful passes, but he was no real threat to the Juve goal before being replaced by Muriel early in the second period.
Replaced De Ceglie in the early throes, and was a regular threat down the wing. He was the man who forced one tackle too many from Cuadrado to reduce the visitors to 10 men.
Came on for Quagliarella 20 minutes from time but couldn't grab that vital second goal.
A. Del Piero
Given 15 minutes of play in his penultimate home game as a Juventus player.
After replacing Obodo, the midfielder very nearly teed up Muriel for an equaliser, but the striker went down in the box. Handed a simple equaliser at the end after Buffon's error.
Replaced Di Michele for the final quarter as Serse Cosmi looked for his side to cause a late shock.
Brought into the action for Seferovic soon after the break and when he got into his best position of the game, he ended up going to ground and being shown a yellow card for diving.