On the occasions when his team's high pressing left him exposed, he made smart saves to deny Hazard and Mata. Commanded his penalty area superbly.
Struggled with the fluidity of Chelsea's attack and resorted to cynical fouls when his lack of pace was exposed.
Defended with aggression and conviction, ensuring that Chelsea got no change from long, hopeful balls upfield.
Attacked with real intent down the right flank and only a superb reflex save from Cech prevented him from opening the scoring early on.
Occasionally found it difficult to deal with Hazard's pace and trickery but, on the whole, marshalled his defence well.
A bundle of energy in the centre of the park, working tirelessly from box to box and keeping the ball well for his team. Deserved his goal, even if it came courtesy of a deflection.
Controlled proceedings from midfield, regularly escaping the attentions of Oscar and exerting much more of an influence than in the game at Stamford Bridge.
Showed, aggression, energy and poise in the midfield, and his well-timed runs into the penalty area caused panic in the Chelsea defence.
Kept good width on the left, attacking whenever he got the chance and regularly clipping in dangerous crosses. Showed great awareness to pick out Vidal for the decisive second.
Showed some neat close control and clever movement, but his finishing was tame.
Like Vucinic, made intelligent runs in the final third to create space for midfield runners, and showed great improvisation for his goal.
Made some superb stops as his side largely weathered what seemed an unending storm for the first hour. Beaten by deflections for two Juve goals and made a strange decision to rush out for the third. By then, though, the game was already over.
His usual confident self on the ball but his positioning once again left something to be desired and his general demeanour was not of someone who fully appreciated the seriousness of the situation.
His decision-making was suspect all evening and the fact that most of the hosts' success came down his flank says everything about his performance.
Made a heroic last-ditch clearance to stop Juve heading into the break with a two-goal lead but his efforts were ultimately in vain.
Little better than his defensive partner at stemming the tide of Juve goal attempts and the movement of Quagliarella and Vucinic troubled him all evening.
Selected to provide an extra shield for Ivanovic as well as contrbuting to Blues attacks, he did neither, and was anonymous until his withdrawal for Moses on the hour.
J. Obi Mikel
Looked slow to make decisions on the ball, but that might also be explained by the fact that he had no options.
Looked uncomfortable when penned in around his own penalty area, making several questionable decisions on the ball, and being given precious little opportunity to showcase his blistering pace from midfield.
Unlucky to miss a golden opportunity early on and worked tirelessly for the cause up front alone but was starved of service after the break.
Buzzed around expectantly on the halfway line and in the final third but, all too often, the play never reached him.
His run early on to set up Hazard's chance was a delight but thereafter he faded to the periphery.
Showed energy and enthusiasm when he replaced Azpilicueta with half an hour left, but a minute after his arrival Vidal ended the match as a contest.
Replaced Mikel on 71 minutes with the game already lost. Was anonymous again. He should not be judged on tonight but on the string of listless performances which led to him relegated to the bench in favour of a midfielder.