Commanded his area well, but his error allowed Jankto to open the scoring.
Moved into a more defensive role after the break, where he was calm and composed, though it came at the expense of his ability to get forward.
A prominent figure out wide, always working to get on the ball. Won his side a penalty early in the second half.
Always able to find space in the final third, though he struggled to pick out a good final ball.
A wonderful display in defence, excelling on a number of occasions as the last man back, putting in some very important challenges.
Left out to dry at times on the left, having to cover for Evra in the first half, but his aggressiveness helped keep Udinese out.
Nothing flashy in midfield. Didn't inspire much creativity or win the ball back in abundance, but did the little things right.
Strong in possession, moving the ball around well in the attacking half. Covered a lot of ground, getting back to lend a hand in defence when needed.
Strong in the air, but squandered his best chances as he was subbed off somehow without a goal to his name.
Really grew into the game, getting stronger as time passed. Picked out some decent passes, but could have done more to utilise his pace.
The centre of everything for Juventus, scoring both their goals and proving a nightmare to contain with the ball at his feet. Won countless free-kicks for his side, earning two Udinese players yellow cards.
Made a few strong saves to keep the game close, and could do little to keep out either Dybala strike.
Not troubled much on the flank, limiting the space made available to Sandro. Needed to offer more going forward.
Hardly put much of a foot wrong, communicating well with Felipe in defence.
Strong in the challenge and read the game well at the back. Kept everything in front of him.
Struggled a bit with the pace and trickery of Cuadrado, and was dragged off at half-time.
Provided sound defensive cover for the back four and was responsible in possession.
Did well to lend a hand to Samir in dealing with the threat of Cuadrado and Lichtsteiner on the left, though it came at the expense of his attacking contributions, as he was limited to a few long-range efforts.
R. de Paul
Sprayed some inviting balls forward, but conceded a penalty at the start of the second half with a foul on Sandro before being replaced minutes after.
A lively figure out on the left, opening the scoring on the end of a delightful run, with the aid of a Buffon blunder.
Held the ball up well and was very hard to dispossess with the ball at his feet, but he simply needed to do more to test Buffon.
Faded a great deal as the match wore on after such a strong start to the match, though he had his difficulties up against Barzagli.