The veteran shot-stopper had little to do in this game, with a smart save from Toutouh being the only real save he had to make.
A solid performances from the Uruguayan, who stepped out of defense to make a good few interceptions in the later stages.
Unlucky not to meet a couple of corner deliveries, and made a couple of good challenges to dispossess Jorgensen on the edge of the penalty area.
A steady performance from the towering defender, who wasn't asked a great deal of questions throughout.
Provided a couple of crosses from the right-hand side, but wasn't hugely involved and didn't provide a great deal of width either.
The Frenchman popped up everywhere on the field, producing an excellent assist for Vidal's third goal and being involved in winning Juventus' first penalty.
A sauntering performance from the veteran maestro, who made things look so easy with continual touches of quality and the ability to pick out any pass.
An exceptional hat trick, with the Chilean dispatching two penalties expertly, before clipping a fantastic header in off the crossbar to secure the win.
Offered plenty of pace and width in the first half and was a worthwhile outfit, but had less influence on the game as the match progressed.
The Argentine linked up well with Llorente, but was often thwarted by good blocks from the Copenhagen defense.
An excellent focal point for Juventus, as the ball stuck to the Spaniard brilliantly, allowing for him to bring other players into the game.
Another admirable performance from the Swedish goalkeeper, who made a few decent saves and commanded his area well.
Conceded the first penalty of the game, but was otherwise a hard-working example to the rest of his defense.
Didn't have a great deal to do again Padoin, but was torn apart whenever the likes of Vidal or Tevez would burst into the channel.
Unfortunate not to bundle home a couple of half chances in goalmouth scrambles, the Icelandic defender made a couple of good interceptions.
Finished excellently for Copenhagen's only goal of the game, firing beyond Buffon with a scissor-kick of sorts, before bringing down Llorente for a penalty moments later.
Broke up play whenever possible, shielding his central defensive pairing as best as possible. Made one key tackle on the edge of the penalty area.
Didn't have the same effect that he normally has from the bench, as the Costa Rica midfielder was substituted first due to being ineffectual.
Didn't create anything for his side, but worked hard to try and win the ball back from a Juventus midfield that was relentless throughout.
His pace was a useful outlet for Copenhagen, and at times the Dane managed to get beyond Chiellini, but generally he was bullied by the Juventus defense.
Was largely ineffectual as he didn't see much of the ball, but was positive whenever he gained possession and keen to beat his man.
The forward was the only player to test Buffon all game, and showed raw talent in odd flashes, in a much better showing then when he faced Galatasaray.