1 (8) vs 1 (9)
Played
August 6, 2013 6:30 PM EDT
 
44′ (PG) Arturo Vidal
0+92′ (PSO) Claudio Marchisio
Andrea Ranocchia 0+92′ (PSO)
0+93′ (PSO) Fernando Llorente
Ricardo Álvarez 0+93′ (PSO)
0+94′ (PSO) Andrea Pirlo
Mauro Icardi 0+94′ (PSO)
0+95′ (PSO) Arturo Vidal
Ishak Belfodil 0+95′ (PSO)
0+96′ (PSO) Angelo Ogbonna
Parick Olsen 0+96′ (PSO)
0+97′ (PSO) Martín Cáceres
Marco Andreolli 0+97′ (PSO)
0+98′ (PSO) Giorgio Chiellini
Á. Pereira 0+98′ (PSO)
0+99′ (PSO) Paolo De Ceglie
Jonathan 0+99′ (PSO)
 
Pablo Carrizo 0+101′ (PSO)
   
 
 

Player Ratings: Juventus 1-1 Inter (8-9 pen)

Goal runs the rule over the players on show in the International Champions Cup seventh place playoff in Miami.

By Mohammed Ali

  • Gianluigi Buffon
    17
    28
    2.50

    Gianluigi Buffon

    The legendary goalkeeper was at fault for the Inter opener after spilling the ball in front of Alvarez, which marred a decent first half which also saw him save superbly from Palacio.

  • Stephan Lichtsteiner
    19
    23
    3.00

    Stephan Lichtsteiner

    A good presence on the right-wing for Juve, the Swiss international wasn’t afraid to get right up the other end, and tested Handanovic twice – at times, provided the only option up front.

  • Giorgio Chiellini
    13
    26
    2.50

    Giorgio Chiellini

    The centre-back was efficient in his duties, if not a little erratic in the opening stages. Needlessly got drawn into fouls, he improved, and even played further up to aid Juve’s attacking opportunities.

  • Martín Cáceres
    21
    25
    2.50

    Martín Cáceres

    The Uruguayan defender toiled despite a bright opening. Couldn’t manage with the onslaught posed by Alvarez and Palacio.

  • Leonardo Bonucci
    13
    28
    2.00

    Leonardo Bonucci

    Like Caceres, Bonucci was poor at the back, constantly being turned over by the Inter attack. Not at his best tonight, admittedly.

  • Claudio Marchisio
    16
    24
    3.00

    Claudio Marchisio

    The Italy international was calm in midfield, attempting to open out the Inter defence. Got up on occasions, primarily through the left wing, and combined well with the two up front. Saw a shot fly narrowly wide past Handanovic.

  • Arturo Vidal
    26
    21
    3.00

    Arturo Vidal

    The Chilean midfielder was a powerhouse in middle, creating chances and asserting his authority in midfield. Constantly fouled, but that didn’t deter him.

  • Kwadwo Asamoah
    20
    21
    2.50

    Kwadwo Asamoah

    The Ghanaian cut a sometimes isolated figure, but when on the ball dazzled. Constantly put the ball in the danger zone, from the wing and also highlighted his dribbling and skills.

  • Andrea Pirlo
    24
    23
    3.00

    Andrea Pirlo

    Often described as peerless in the midfield, Pirlo was just that in Miami. Comfortable on the ball, he used his passing range to fashion opportunities for his side – as was evident from the set-pieces which led to great chances for his team-mates.

  • Mirko Vučinić
    21
    29
    3.00

    Mirko Vučinić

    Linked well with his strike partner Tevez, but was a little wayward with his attempts on goal. Won the penalty that led to the equaliser.

  • Carlos Tévez
    23
    29
    2.50

    Carlos Tévez

    The ex-Man City star enjoyed a decent, if not frustrating evening. While he failed to test Handanovic to the level of Vucinic, Tevez dropped deep to offer his team-mates options up front.

Substitutions

  • Marco Storari
    14
    24
    2.50

    Marco Storari

    Proved to be a decent replacement for Buffon in the second half, did well especially in the air.

  • Angelo Ogbonna
    18
    23

    Angelo Ogbonna

    On for Bonucci in the late stages.

  • Mauricio Isla
    11
    30
    2.50

    Mauricio Isla

    The Chilean was a powerful force on the right wing, complementing the attack well when others were tiring.

  • Paolo De Ceglie
    11
    32
    2.50

    Paolo De Ceglie

    Came on midway through the second half and slotted into the midfield well.

  • Fernando Llorente
    15
    31
    2.00

    Fernando Llorente

    Thrown on for Vucinic, but failed to make any real impact with what he had.

  • Sebastian Giovinco
    13
    31
    2.00

    Sebastian Giovinco

    Came on for Tevez, but other than a couple of set-pieces failed to do much else.

  • Samir Handanoviç
    34
    16
    2.50

    Samir Handanoviç

    The Slovenian international fared better than his opposite number, only beaten by a Vidal penalty. Made way for Carrizo in the second half.

  • Yuto Nagatomo
    32
    23
    2.50

    Yuto Nagatomo

    The Japanese full-back was largely on the peripheral side for much of the encounter, but improved his output late on to bolster Inter’s attack.

  • Juan Jesus
    25
    31
    2.00

    Juan Jesus

    The Brazilian defender was perhaps the weak link in the Inter defence this evening. Failed to get the better of Vucinic, whom he later fouled to concede a penalty. Taken off later for Jonathan.

  • Andrea Ranocchia
    37
    13
    3.00

    Andrea Ranocchia

    The sometimes criticised Inter defender put on an efficient showing in Miami this evening, with a series of fine tackles and interceptions.

  • Hugo Campagnaro
    34
    16
    2.50

    Hugo Campagnaro

    The former Napoli star fared well at the back, but like Chiellini, was a little too undisciplined on the ball. Did well to limit Juventus’ attacking options, and marshalled Asamoah well.

  • Á. Pereira
    29
    19
    2.50

    Á. Pereira

    Like Nagatomo, Pereira was largely peripheral out on the wings, before playing a more central part late on in the game. Defensively astute, but couldn’t spark an attacking revival.

  • Zdravko Kuzmanovic
    32
    17

    Zdravko Kuzmanovic

    The Serbian midfielder couldn’t exactly show his true potential in the middle of the park in what was an average performance. Suffered with a knock, and substituted in favour of an attacker.

  • Esteban Cambiasso
    32
    20
    2.50

    Esteban Cambiasso

    The Argentine international was crowded out in midfield, and forced to limit Juventus’ growing attacking domination. Lacked a bit of fluidity with his team-mates, and substituted.

  • Fredy Guarín
    40
    14
    2.50

    Fredy Guarín

    Started brightly, being the source of much of Alvarez and Palacio’s attacking ventures, but he tired as the game wore on. Couldn’t get a clean hit on goal, and forced to largely try his luck from distance.

  • Rodrigo Palacio
    41
    11
    3.00

    Rodrigo Palacio

    Very sharp against the Bianconeri, the Argentine striker was a thorn in the Juve defence with his mazy runs and trickery when testing Buffon.

  • Ricardo Álvarez
    50
    11
    3.00

    Ricardo Álvarez

    Alvarez enjoyed a fine first half, linking superbly well with Palacio ahead of him. Got the opener, and almost a brilliant second, and constantly terrorised Bonnucci.

Substitutions

  • Pablo Carrizo
    67
    6
    3.50

    Pablo Carrizo

    The goalkeeper replaced Handanovic early into the second half, and enjoyed a good runout with a number of fine saves, - two of them in the shootout. Won the game with a fantastic penalty to claim seventh place.

  • Marco Andreolli
    31
    11
    2.50

    Marco Andreolli

    Came on in the last few minutes of the game, but did well to thwart a possible late Juventus winner.

  • Jonathan
    28
    12

    Jonathan

    Thrived in the final stages in his brief cameo.

  • Parick Olsen
    38
    7
    2.00

    Parick Olsen

    The talented Dane couldn’t exactly make his mark in the game, and was largely isolated during his time on the pitch.

  • Mauro Icardi
    34
    8
    2.00

    Mauro Icardi

    Replaced the tiring Palacio, but couldn’t make any real impact.

  • Ishak Belfodil
    40
    8

    Ishak Belfodil

    Showed his talents briefly late on, but couldn’t test Carrizo with any opportunities.

Results
7th Place Final
Times In EDT
 
Player Ratings
Tournament
Position
Ranking
Top Scorers
Player   Goals Penalties
Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo
Striker
Real Madrid
3 0
Arturo Vidal Arturo Vidal
Midfielder
Juventus
2 2
Kevin Mirallas Kevin Mirallas
Striker
Everton
2 1
Alessandro Matri Alessandro Matri
Striker
Fiorentina
2 1
Kwadwo Asamoah Kwadwo Asamoah
Midfielder
Juventus
2 1