Could not help either goal, and had few saves to make otherwise.
Marshaled Tevez excellently for long spells throughout the game, making sure that the dangerous Argentine striker barely got a kick on the ball.
Communicated well with Rinaudo on occasion, as the defenders were spotted swapping play on more than one occasion to effectively shot out Juve's attack.
Solid in the first half but sub par in the second, as he lost out to Llorente in a few duels and looked unable to cope with the opposition attack in the buildup to both goals.
Motored up and down the left flank for the home side, but was sometimes lost positionally, and forced to compensate with some late tackles, one of which led to his booking in the first half.
Helped to shield the backline with a great display of positioning and diligence, and was not irresponsible with the ball either.
His deliveries from set pieces were disappointingly poor, given that they represented some of the best chances to get on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Quietly effective in midfield, winning a number of tackles and proving assured on the ball, releasing Emeghara for a good chance in the first half.
Never offered his side anything notable in the attacking third, as Chiellini was able to ruffle his feathers and keep him from getting the ball in dangerous areas.
Though he worked hard off the ball to get on the end of things, he lacked composure, slicing a finish over the top when a goal looked like an easier outcome.
Virtually anonymous for the vast majority of the game as he rarely touched the ball in attack, and was little more than another body when covering at the back.
Solid in goal, covering his angles well and dealing with routine tasks in that exact manner.
Hardly put a foot wrong at the back, taking control of matters whenever the ball was delivered into his zone.
Defended stoutly on the left side of the back three, flattening a few Livorno players during the rare attacks by the visitors, and pushing up to the halfway line to nip counter attacks in the bud.
Drafted into the centre of defence on the night, but was completely in control, manhandling the Livorno attackers and dealing with whatever was thrown his way.
Proved an effective option down the right flank, getting the better of Mbaye more than once, and delivering a few pinpoint crosses into the area. Good outlet to ease congestion centrally.
Energetic and involved on the left, pushing high up to support the attack with distinction, and constantly recovering his defensive position to help out the back three.
The Frenchman continues to go from strength to strength, as he set up Llorente's all important goal with a great cross, and looked capable of creating danger throughout the second half.
Provided a lot of energy in both halves of the field, defending well and spraying some effective passes forward, as well as adopting some dangerous positions.
Came close with a few of his more ambitious passes, and was otherwise solid, if not spectacular, keeping play ticking efficiently.
After a physical game where he held the ball up very well, he came up with the goods by burying a great finish, sidefooting home on the volley from Pogba's cross. Set up Tevez's later clincher with another great piece of link up play.
Frustrated for most of the game, but responded in style late on with a deft sidefooted finish that gave Juve breathing space and wrapped up the points.