Made one absolutely astounding save from Lucarelli and could do little about the two headers that beat him.
Looked assured for the most part but whenever Lucarelli dropped off the front line he struggled to stay with the wily veteran.
Didn't ever look completely comfortable and was left standing and watching at times as Napoli varied their attack, most notably as Maggio headed in unmarked.
Scored Juve's first equaliser when following up Toni's first effort but didn't look entirely comfortable at full-back and failed to get close to Sosa as he crossed on the opener.
He caused Ruiz some trouble but, as with Pepe, the volume of quality final balls was rarely there, which was a shame given Napoli's difficulty with defending in the air.
Took the ball on with purpose and could often be seen leading Juve attacks from the middle. His slide rule ball for Matri's goal was the hallmark of the old Aquilani.
Did a decent stint but never really excelled in the right-back role. Antonio Conte's first job will be to sort out Juve's problem full-back spots.
Did his usual job of making runs from midfield while battling and harrying in the centre, but again failed to really dictate the game in any way.
Didn't quite get enough space to get in the volume of crosses he'd have liked from the left as his chronic problem of being unable to get a first time ball in on his left cost him again.
A. Del Piero
His early effort came back off the bar with De Sanctis beaten, then forced the keeper to parry with a stinging drive from 25 yards before again hitting the top of the bar from a trademark free-kick. Juve's top appearance maker this season and still their biggest threat.
Made a real nuisance of himself in the air in the first-half, but couldn't quite grab the goal he deserved. He did grab an assist for Chiellini though before being replaced by the more decisive Matri.
M. De Sanctis
Pulled off one or two excellent stops, notably from Del Piero's long range effort, but was also caught out of position a couple of times as balls flashed across his box.
Caught out a couple of times in the air and was out of position occasionally as Juve got into wide positions with a bit too much ease.
Got a rare start and did a pretty good job of snuffing out the danger of Pepe on the left, as most of Juve's threat from that wing came from corners and free-kicks.
Did a reasonable job in the heart of the back three, though he was left wanting in his battle with Toni whenever the high ball was played in.
Did a good job on the ball as he was given more freedom than normal thanks to the extra defender in behind. Could well have done more though when he got to the bye-line in the second half.
Tried to get involved in what was a rare start, but he sometimes found the pace of the game too much to handle and was withdrawn with 20 minutes to go.
Put in one fantastic cross for Maggio which saw Napoli open the scoring and generally looked more likely to bring the extra edge than he had been for most of the season.
Same old, same old from the diminutive Uruguayan. His endeavour and work ethic were as good as you could hope for, but he got little support and was often fighting a losing battle.
The unsung hero of the season? Got down the right with as much positivity as ever, and when Lucarelli reached his excellent cross Mascara could have done better. Made Juve pay himself when calmly heading home the opener when he could easily have made a mess of it.
Fizzed around behind Lucarelli and linked well with the big striker at times but could have read the play better in the first half when the front man headed back into a space he should have been covering.
- 30 M. Storari
- 29 P. De Ceglie
- 43 F. Sørensen
- 25 J. Martínez
- 36 M. Giandonato
Brought on for his debut, replacing Pepe at half-time, and gave a decent account of himself without ever really over-imposing his will on the game.
Came on and scored as he kept up his excellent record with yet another strike added to his collection as he slotted under De Sanctis.
- 28 P. Cannavaro
- 8 A. Dossena
A late replacement for Lucarelli.
- 2 G. Grava
Brought on for Maiello with 20 minutes to go, but given few opportunities to get in on goal.
Coming on as a sub has never really been his way, and though he tried to get as involved as normal, much of his time on the pitch was spent with Juve asking all the questions.