Made a good save on Bale in the first half, and took care of what else came his way. Hard to find fault in him for either Madrid goal.
Defended superbly against the Madrid front three, making a series of fine plays at the back to win possession back for his team.
Was having a fine game until the 52nd minute, where a catastrophic attempt at a back pass instead released Madrid for the equaliser.
Stretched once or twice on the break, but was generally solid throughout not making any obvious mistakes.
Put in an inconceivable amount of tackles to break up play by the opposition, and came up trumps at the other end of the pitch with a splendid penalty to put his side into the lead towards the end of the first half.
Failed to do much to stop Bale in the buildup for the Madrid go-ahead goal, as he was sidestepped with ease by the Welshman.
Completely in control during he first half as he helped Juve concentrate play in the Madrid zone, but he began ti tire noticeably after the break, and chased the game for the mist part.
Ran the show throughout Juve's dominant first half, getting past his man at will, holding off challenges and generally trampling all over his Madrid counterparts in the middle of the park.
Looked completely out of place when drifting out wide, as he never created much, and fluffed his lines twice when getting on the end of some glorious chances.
Made himself a nuisance in the box, nearly slotting in a Tevez ball in the first half, before powerfully heading in the Juve leveler in the second half ahead of his marker Varane.
Drifted excellently between the midfield and attacking lines, setting his teammates in motion with a series of excellent passes and deliveries. Very difficult to pick up for the opposition.
Another emphatic return to the starting XI for the Madrid captain, as he thwarted Juve time and time again with a collection of fantastic saves. Could not help either goal, and were he not on his game, Juve could have been out of sight at the half.
Nearly turned the ball past his own keeper when defending a dangerous Pogba cross, and endured an uneasy time against the Juve frontline for the majority of the game - though he made amends with a goal line block on Marchisio.
Handled the threat of Marchisio easily, and stepped into his own box when needed to help out the central defence. Efficient and occasionally dynamic in attack,
Defended well against Marchisio out wide, and was efficient on the ball, setting Madrid's equaliser in motion with a perfectly weighted pass to Ronaldo.
Looked nervy before his fatal slip up, a late trip on Pogba that was spotted well by the referee, leading to a penalty which Vidal converted. Manhandled embarrassingly by Llorente for Juve's second goal in what turned out to be a nightmare.
Stymied in the first half but looked like his usual self after the restart, facilitating his team well from deep. Ran out of gas eventually though, with Illarramendi coming on in his place.
A big part of Madrid's second half revival, as his vision on the ball and hard work off it helped the visitors dominate the midfield, an area that they conceded in the first half.
Torn this way and that in the first half by Juve, but his side's second half dominance saw him return to effectiveness, as he mopped up loose ends well.
Tested Buffon in the first half with a low effort, but was more effective after the break, burying an exquisite goal after running at the Juve defence and picking his spot.
Hit and miss in the first half, but came alive after the break. Clinically slotted Madrid level shortly after the restart, before teeing up Bale, who made it 2-1.
Relatively quiet, though he registered a nice assist for Ronaldo's equaliser with a deft through ball to find the Portuguese unmarked. Missed a pair of efforts himself.