Made a good save on Vidal in the second half, but perhaps could have positioned himself better to stop Matri's shot.
Did his job well, marking Fabio Quagliarella into submission for large spells in the game. More often than not, he was in the right place to thwart the Juve threat.
Found plenty of positivity down the right flank, often ghosting down the wing unnoticed to give his team an option to provide a cross.
C. Del Grosso
His deliveries from wide areas were a constant source of problems for the Bianconeri defense to deal with.
Save for one or two moments in the second half when he was isolated on the break, the center back had a solid game.
Started to look more threatening once his side had fallen behind, and became increasingly difficult for Juve to pick up. Set up German Denis for an effort that his the post.
Many of his team's positive passages of play occurred without his involvement. Rather unnoticeable for the most part.
Did not make it past the seventh minute as a hamstring injury put an end to his game.
Looked promising driving the ball forward, but his positioning was a bit suspect, with some gaps appearing in behind. Taken off in the second half when he began to tire.
A really enterprising, all-round performance from the midfielder. Put in plenty of tackles to help break up play, and was very reliable when moving the ball around.
Grew into the game as the first half progressed and with one swing of his right boot nearly brought his side level, but the shot cracked off the inside of the post.
Did not have to make a top-drawer save, but made no mistake with the routine tasks required of him.
Shorn of regular partners Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli, the Italy international still managed to do a great job marshaling an unfamiliar defensive trio. Also used his status as a full blooded Bianconero to help calm the away fans after a few bad apples set off flares and smoke bombs.
P. De Ceglie
Could, and perhaps should, have gotten his name on the score sheet in the first half when diving low to connect with Mauricio Isla's great cross, but steered wide. Nevertheless, he was very dynamic in a wide role.
Playing on the right side of a defensive three, the Uruguayan was guilty of a giveaway that nearly cost his team - surrendering the ball to Atalanta in a dangerous area from which German Denis hit the post.
The Chilean made headway on the right on one occasion, when a splendid cross right into the six-yard box found Paolo De Ceglie for a header that should have been buried.
As composed and accurate as ever - perfectly indicated by his absolutely sublime pass to split the center backs and set up Alessandro Matri for the opener.
Really threatened with his off the ball movement and ability to break at pace from deep. Played an important role in many of the Bianconeri's counterattacks, and was generally a nightmare for the home side's defense.
Hardly put a foot wrong at the back in what was an accomplished game from the center back. He did his chances for a start in the next game no harm after today's display.
Did not provide the Bianconeri with anything out of the ordinary. As usual, he worked hard off the ball, and was unspectacular manning the midfield alongside Andrea Pirlo and Co.
Lashed an exquisite finish home from Andrea Pirlo's feed to score what turned out to be the game winner in the first half, and could have added another in far more simpler circumstances, but swung and missed the ball from point blank range.
A rather uninspired outing for the forward, who did not get himself involved in the game in any particularly special manner. No sign of the occasional dynamism and spectacle that he is capable of.