Was rarely threatened by a Lazio side who looked toothless up front. However, he did flap at a corner which directly lead to Lazio's goal to blot his copy book.
The left-back is 33 now and looks past his best. Had a few dodgy moments in the first half and his delivery wasn't the best when he did get forward.
Looked to sit and let his partner attack the ball and tidy up behind him. Was competent throughout and made a few timely interceptions.
A tower of strength at the back. Scored the opening goal and charged into tackle after tackle, winning it almost every time. Bullied Floccari, who looked visibly shaken by his opponent's aggressive style.
It looked like the young Dane was in for a torrid time with Zarate looking particularly threatening in the early stages. But he stood up to the test and provided a tough barrier which the little Argentinian struggle to get past at times.
Made a great start, turning Cavanda inside out to manufacture a chance for Quagliarella. Had a frustrating middle section of the game but came into his own towards the end, crossing for the own goal.
Played on the left on the midfield and struggled to make a huge impact on the game. Replaced by Simone Pepe in the 67th minute.
The classy midfielder provides the craft and quality in the centre of the park. Pushed and probed at every opportunity. Had a few shots on goal and put over the croner from which Chiellini scored.
Adds the drive to Aquilani's craft. Was just off target with a curling effort in the 66th minute and seemed to be in the right place at the right time in midfield.
Nothing seemed to really come off for the big striker. Struggled to hold the ball up or link with Quagliarella.
Has been in good goalscoring form this season but this just wasn't his night. Fired wide at the near post in the 8th minute, but that was as close as he came.
The Uruguayan made several strong stops to deny Pepe, Del Piero and Aquilani, but flipped the ball into his own net to hand Juventus the win.
The young Belgian looked as if he was in for a torrid time in the early stages, but improved a little as the game progressed. However, he was posted missing as Krasic found enough space to cross for the winning goal.
Not quite as prominent as his partner but helped render the Iaquinta Quagliarella partnership impotent.
A bundle of energy on the right. Popped up to make several crucial clearances but wasn't really tested by Marchisio it has to be said.
Had to be replaced after a collision with his central defensive partner, Andre Dias, but was solid at the back up until then, winning header after header at the back.
Has been raved about all season but this was certainly one of his weakest perfomances, characterised by one shot which he dragged harmlessly wide and another similar effort when he chose to ignore other options.
The Brazilian tried to get on the ball and start moves for his side, but wasn't quite as effective as Aquilani.
The Lazio captain had a very poor first half. Was slack in his passing and sent in several poor crosses, but raised his game a little in the second half.
The squat midfielder keeps things simple in the midfield, but sometimes its a little too simple. Attacking isn't really his job, however, and he's effective at what he does.
Had one weak effort which trundled past the post but was otherwise totally ineffective as Bonucci and Chiellini, in particular, kept him underwraps with minimum fuss.
Scored the opening goal after following in his own corner. Was very lively in the opening stages, but struggled to get past Sorenson on the Juve right, which left him frustrated.
- 13 A. Manninger
- 33 N. Legrottaglie
- 17 A. Traoré
- 2 M. Motta
Provided a more attacking outlet than Marchisio on the left and had a few efforts well saved by Muslera after coming on.
Provided the visionary slide-rule pass from which Krasic crossed for Muslera to push into his own goal.
A. Del Piero
The veteran came on the 70th minute and made an impact. Had a great free-kick well saved and presented Iaquinta with a chance with some tody footwork and a clever pass.