Angelo Da Costa
Was kept very busy throughout, and made numerous good saves to deny Juventus from getting a foothold in the game. Dealt with the slippery conditions well too.
L. De Silvestri
Took his goal very well, timing his run well to rise highest and nod the ball home at the near post. Aside from his finish, he had a steady game, winning aerial battles well.
Made a few important blocks and interceptions to deny Quagliarella, and put his body on the line when it was required. Was perhaps lucky to escape a penalty for a barge on Quagliarella.
Was integral to Sampdoria managing to hold onto their heroic victory, throwing himself in the way of various efforts and dominating the likes of Quagliarella and Giovinco in the air.
Similarly to his teammates in the Sampdoria defence, Castellini had a solid outing, making a couple of particularly terrific blocks as he forced his side toward the finish line.
Made a few important challenges in the late stages of the game, as the hosts dropped deeper and deeper, but aside from this he was very pedestrian, as Juve played around him.
Managed to disrupt the Juventus midfield hub, pressuring Pirlo when possible, and his efforts helped to force Juve into wide areas where they were having little joy.
Worked extremely hard down the left-hand side, and was actually unfortunate not to give Sampdoria an early lead after slipping over. Had to be substituted as a result of his industrious efforts.
Was substituted midway through the second half after fading, despite distributing the ball quite well in the first 45 minutes.
Converted his penalty fantastically, giving Storari no chance after placing the ball precisely in the bottom left corner. Was busy on the ball, as Juventus struggled to combat his trickery.
His movement and ability on the ball caused the Juve defence a few problems and he was a dangerous player for Sampdoria on the break. Rewarded for his lone running with a fortunate tap in.
Could do nothing to prevent Eder's penalty as the Brazilian's placement was fantastic. Did little wrong, yet found himself conceding three goals.
Sampdoria failed to really break down the left-hand side, and he didn't make any mistakes throughout the game. A solid performance.
Offered a good outlet down the right, and saw plenty of the ball in the first half, but his overall quality of delivery let him down.
Worked hard but failed to do the running for Pirlo. A forgettable performance, as he failed to have any real impact on the game, either offensively or when working back.
Gave away a penalty on the half-hour mark to allow Sampdoria back into the game, but may feel slightly aggrieved with the decision. Pressed forward into midfield well at times, and saw several shots blocked.
Another solid performance in the Juventus back four, as he tracked back well to dispossess breaking Sampdoria players at times, and also offered an aerial threat during set pieces.
P. De Ceglie
Delivered some reasonable balls from the left, with Quagliarella spurning several good chances as a result. At times, he could have benefitted from being more selfish.
Worked hard in the centre of midfield throughout the game, and topped his steady performance with a beautiful goal in second-half stoppage time, placing the ball into the top right corner.
Dictated play as would be expected, but couldn't find the defence-splitting pass required to carve open a resilient Sampdoria side. Made a few uncharacteristic errors.
Was unfortunate not to grab more than one goal in the first half, but there was certainly an air of fortune about his opener. Was the only source of creation for his side, and spurned several fantastic chances in the second half.
Enjoyed some success when cutting inside from the left, testing Da Costa on various occasions with his right foot, but struggled against the physicality of the Sampdoria back three.