Showed himself to be a safe pair of hands in the first half and responded well to Giovinco's shot. Could do nothing to stop Juve's second-half surge.
Overall coped well with the always-tricky Giovinco, although was grateful to Curci's save after being turned by the forward.
His well-hit long pass set up Gilardino for what was one of Bologna's best chances at the very start, but from there was forced into a defensive role.
Given a lot of grief by Peluso early in the match, the right-back recovered to put in a sturdy display, although he had few chances to break forward.
Rarely flashy, the Swedish defender was nevertheless always alert and made one decisive intervention to deny Vucinic, but faded.
Unlucky to see his shot deflected over with Buffon helpless, did what he could in attack and was a constant danger from set-pieces.
Was given the duty alongside Perez of making sure Juve's midfield could not breathe and fulfilled that task, giving Pirlo and Marchisio precious little space to break loose.
Struggled to break free of Peluso's attentive marking, made little contribution and was withdrawn on the hour for Naldo.
Had little room to breathe up front as Juve defended diligently throughout, could not combine with Gilardino to bring Bologna back into the game.
Given a thankless task as Bologna's sole striker, starved of possession, although it took a great intervention from Buffon to stop him opening the scoring.
Came out well to deny Gilardino with his feet, although was rather lucky to see the rebound deflected over. Was a rare moment of action in an otherwise quiet match.
Rather fortunate that his inattention did not lead to an opener for Gilardino, but otherwise performed impeccably at the back as Juventus ended up cruising to victory.
Coped well with a rather timid Bologna attack, coming to the rescue of his keeper when he saved Diamanti's effort.
Never looked troubled at the back, defending efficiently and distributing well to Peluso as his side cruised to a vital three points.
Was a worthy foil for Giovinco as he got forward on the left, combining well with the youngster. Never afraid to put the boot in, earning a yellow card for one ill-advised challenge.
The veteran looked ill-suited to a Juventus side that was far too vertical and rapid for his tastes, given few opportunities to create with the ball at his feet.
A slow start, but started to enjoy himself when given space on the right. A decent cross in the first half came within inches of finding Vucinic.
Always a danger for the visitors with his late bursts into the box, although his finishing left much to be desired as more than one chance was put into orbit.
Like Pirlo, found himself often bypassed as Juve focused their attacks long and down the flanks. Defensively was strong in the middle, and took his goal with class.
Held the ball up well and passed intelligently around the area, but was starved of decent chances as Juve's attack spluttered - until he expertly took his opportunity to give his side the lead.
Impressed at times but lacked consistency against a dogged defence, too many times his tricks failed to pay off.