A man-of-the-match display from the Swede between the sticks. Showed brilliant reflexes and agility to deny Juventus on numerous occasions and helped his side to hold on to a valuable point.
Struck up a good understanding with Mellberg although he did struggle with Quagliarella's movement and aerial prowess in the second half.
Made a fantastic contribution in the first half by providing a good attacking outlet on the overlap. His teasing free kick set up Copenhagen's opener.
A solid and assured display against his former club, made possible by a series of well-timed tackles and crucial headers.
Often struggled to keep tight to Peluso but did help to hold a well-organised defensive line which caught Tevez and Quagliarella offside several times.
The Costa Rican produced a hard-working display to help Copenhagen dominate the midfield battle in the first half.
Showed his Brazilian flair with a series of neat skills and footwork. Contributed to Copenhagen's successful pressing game which helped to restrict Pirlo's impact.
Tracked back time and time again to help out his defence and was responsible for marking Tevez when the Argentine dropped deep, which he did to good effect.
Was rewarded for his persistence with a goal in the first half when he showed good predatory instinct to poke home Bengtsson's cross from close range.
The 31-year-old impressed on his first start for the club with a series of dangerous runs cutting in from the left.
The club's top goalscorer this season struggled to threaten Buffon in the Juventus net but his constant running and willingness to work for the team caused the defence problems.
He was relatively untested between the sticks although he did show good command of his area from crosses. Was let down by his defence for Jorgensen's opener.
Impressed in Asamoah's absence and got into some good advanced positions down the left. His accurate crossing was always a threat and he was the architect for Quagliarella's equaliser.
Looked uncertain on his Champions League debut and failed to deal with Bengtsson's free kick which led to Copenhagen's opener.
An uninspiring defensive display from the Bianconeri on the whole and Bonucci was given a harder game than he would perhaps have anticipated as Jorgensen and Adi caused him problems with their clever movement.
A typical, tireless showing from the Swiss wing-back who was a constant threat down the right with his mazy dribbling and accurate crossing. Also tracked back brilliantly to aid the defence.
An uncharacteristically shaky performance from the Juventus stopper, whose game was marred by a series of defensive errors. Was dominant in the air, however.
Not a vintage performance from the veteran midfielder who struggled to penetrate the Copenhagen defence with his passing. Looked a bit leggy in the closing stages and is perhaps in need of a rest.
It would be a surprise to see Marchisio waltz back into the starting line-up based on Pogba's form. Looked composed on the ball and his powerful approach helped Juventus to dominate the second half. However, he did miss a sitter to level the scores in the first half.
The Chilean's recent goalscoring spree was brought to a halt this evening in a game where he struggled to make an impact offensively. However, his combative style and neat passing was crucial to Juventus' second-half fightback.
Was selected ahead of Vucinic and found himself well marshalled by Mellberg and Sigurdsson throughout the first half. However, he was impressive after the break and repaid his coach's faith, levelling the scores with a neat finish before later heading against the crossbar.
Looked Juventus' most dangerous attacking threat with his clever movement and willingness to drop deep to collect the ball. However, he was well tracked by Delaney and lacked incision in the final third. Missed a glorious chance to win the match in stoppage-time.