Was unfortunate to be on the losing side as he made superb second half stops to deny Pinzi and Di Natale. Also made a world class save to deny Di Natale again, but couldn't stop Zapata's follow up.
A strong performance - for 87 minutes. Inspired his side with a burst forward and made several crucial clearances - one to clear a dangerous Isla cross in the 53nd minute stands out - but was shown a late red card for a foul on Sanchez to blot his copybook.
Appeared to be identified as the weak link by Udinese, asDi Natale and Inler constatly looked to ping balls in behind him.Struggled to cope with those passes and Isla's boundless energy down his side.
The Czech right-back was particularly effective against Armero in the first half. The Colombian saw lots of the ball but couldn't find a way past his opponent. Wasn't quite as solid in the second half, though.
Made a ragged start and was constantly dragged out of position as Inler put diagonal passes in between him and Grosso. Was a little better in the second half but was still posted missing on two or three occasions.
The Uruguyan was asked to lead the line in the absence of the likes of Iaquinta, Amauri and Quagliarella and made a decent fist of it. Held the ball up well and demonstrated some intelligent link-up play.
The Brazilian was slack in his distribution, going through a spell in which he undersold team-mates with four consecutive passes - and gave away foul after foul in midfield as he struggled to cope.
Had a quiet game on the left of midfield and didn't offer Grosso as much protection as he sould have. But did demonstrate fantastic technique to score with an outrageous side scissors kick to open the scoring.
Really struggled to find his rhythm against Udinese five-man midfield. Pinzi worked like a man possessed to limit Aquilani's space and thereby limit his ability to dictate play in the middle of the park.
Disappeared for huge swathes of the game and cut a frustrated figure when the referee refused to award him free-kicks for obstruction on two occasions. One of which was harsh on Krasic.
A. Del Piero
The veteran was Juventus' only real goal threat throughout. Tested Handanovic with a powerful left-footed shot in the first half and fizzed a shot inches wide at the beginning of the second 45.
Thwarted Del Piero and Gross was impressive first half saves. Could do little to stop Marchisio's goal and was rarely tested in the second half after the goal.
Made up the Zebrette centre-half trio and was solid and physically dominant, like his team-mates.
Rampaged up and down the right flank as he attempted to get onto Inler and Di Natale's raking angled passes. Provided the cut-back for Sanchez's winner to give his side the win.
The Moroccan defender was a powerful presence at the back. Was unfortunate when his brave block to deny Del Piero span up for Marchisio.
The Colombian saw lots of the ball down the left but struggled to get past Grygera or put over a telling delivery.
Played in the centre of the Udinese back three and superbly marshalled his defensive unit. To add to his impressive showing he also showed striker's instinct to sweep home the equaliser.
The Swizz midfielder was particularly prominent in the early stages as he sprayed passes all over the pitch. A tactic that helped stretch Juventus in the early stages. Was sacrificed when Udinese went behind in the 60th minute.
The midfielder complements Inler and Asamoah's more refined passing abilities with huge effort and physical exertion. His positioning and ability to break up play thwarted Aquilani's ability to get on the ball.
One of Ghana's oustanding players at the 2010 World Cup was slightly overshadowed here as Inler looked to get on the ball, while Pinzi broke up play. He was, however, competent in everything he did, especially his ability to keep play ticking over with intelligent short passes.
The in-demand Chilean was outstanding as he tormented Juventus with his skill and dirfect style. He scored the winner, sent over the corner which led to the equaliser and got Bonucci sent off. But was sent off himself in an eventful 90 minutes.
A. Di Natale
Udinese's captain played a direct role in the equaliser when his thunderous volley was superbly parried by Buffon, but only as far as Zapata. Also went close with two efforts earlier in the second half.
- 6 E. Belardi
- 26 G. Pasquale
Came on for Armero in inury time.
- 19 E. Agyemang-Badu
The Kosovo-born Swiss internationalist played a key role, flicking on Sanchez's initial flick to Isla, who cut back for Sanchz to score.
- 9 B. Corradi
Replaced Inler on the hour as Udinese looked for a way back after going 1-0 down.Used his physique to ruffle uventus feathers and dropped off the frontline to link-up play effectively.