Produced a number of fine stops from Tevez and Giovinco from close range as he kept Juventus out for long periods. Was left motionless by Quagliarella's effort and was powerless to stop Pogba converting the rebound.
A strong performance in the centre of defence as he put his body on the line every time it was required, taking nasty knocks from Pogba on a couple of occasions.
A mean defender and a mean performance, as he bullied ex-Parma frontman Giovinco off the park. Even Tevez struggled at points with the physicality as Juve struggled in general to create clear-cut openings.
Fitted it in well as part of a back three despite his limited appearances for the Gialloblu this season. Was particularly unlucky to see yellow in the first half but kept his head well before being subbed.
Was guilty of spurning one of the hosts best chances in the opening period when he passed up the chance to shoot, but continuously troubled the visitors from deep when countering.
Sat deep as Parma looked to implement a counterattacking style. Resulted in Marchionni being left out of the action, his frustration showing with niggling fouls before he was eventually subbed.
Looked to link up with the front two, picking up on knock-downs and lay-offs to decent effect, but failed to impose himself on the game in any way, shape or form.
A quiet display from the usually authoritative Uruguayan. Didn't have the effect he's capable of in a midfield that was never really claimed by either side throughout the tie.
Showed glimpses of his former self by instigating some smart passages of play and training ground moves. Doesn't appear to have the movement to get into those goalscoring positions anymore, though.
A clever attacking display, with some intelligent off-the-ball work and hold-up play. All that intelligence though seemed to escape him in front of goal, trying to backheel into an open goal when he would've been smarter to place it home.
Parma's biggest threat throughout the game. Conte's men were well aware of the danger possessed by the winger's pace but still couldn't prevent him from creating a couple of glorious opportunities.
Won't keep many easier clean sheets this season, as Parma created little and were wasteful in front of goal when they did manage to open Juve up. Had a couple of long-range efforts to deal with but was largely a spectator.
Showed he had strength and pace in abundance to repeatedly snuff out Parma counterattacks several times. Kept Cassano at bay with his strength and looked the part in a Juve defence that looked largely impenetrable.
Took a couple of whacks early on but carried on bravely and helped provide Juve with some much-needed width.
Managed to wander forwards on occasions and take aim at goal, so little was he troubled defensively. Was troubled by Amauri every so often but a fairly comfortable evening nonetheless.
Perhaps not his greatest game for the Bianconeri, the midfielder struggled to find any rhythm in an overcrowded midfield. Booked for steamrollering Amauri and was hooked off for Pirlo as Juve searched for a winner.
Was the grateful recipient of the loose ball after Quagliarella's effort cannoned off of the crossbar but still had to show a cool head to finish. Took up wide positions all night to give his side an added attacking dimension.
Guilty of wasting possession all too often for the Bianconeri in a frustrating display. Shots from range that never troubled and giving away possession all too cheaply, a performance to forget.
Gave the Juventus midfield natural width alongside the three central players. Predominantly featured on the left-hand side and was able to swing in a number of crosses, but struggled to find either of the front two.
A mixed bag of a performance that featured a first-half booking, but proved a viable attacking threat in the second, setting up Tevez on more than one occasion from his forays down the right.
Will always be a nuisance, whatever team he plays against, and was no different here, although could be accused of being a little wasteful in front of goal in the second half.
Struggled with the physicality of the Parma back three but didn't disgrace himself on another return to his former club, winning a number of free kicks and constantly threatening to get in behind, too.