Made two excellent stops in the first half but could do little for the goal having already kept out Gobbi's header with a fine save. Will soon make way for Buffon but even the Italian number one could not compensate for such poor defending.
Had trouble at times with the pace and trickery of Valiani and Candreva as he simply could not cope. Also failed to offer much in attack either.
Scored a much-needed goal for the home side to haul their way back into the game and a shame from Juve's viewpoint they conceded barely two minutes later.
The Dane, who is struggling to convince the critics he should be Juve right-back, should have been the one tracking Giovinco and was caught flat-footed on the first Parma goal. He then continued to struggle with the evasive attacker and was hauled off unsurprisingly.
The centre-half was not at his best in the opening period as he gave the ball away on more than one occasion. He then compounded a poor game by conceding a penalty when he felled Crespo inside the box.
A frustrating game for someone so talented due to his propensity to tumble to the floor, which meant he deservedly did not get the rub of the green when trying to fashion chances for his side. On the one occasion he did stay on his feet and run at the defence, he shot narrowly wide. Must do a lot better in the upcoming games as the onus is on him to kickstart Juve's title challenge.
Did his side no favours whatsoever with a kick out at Paci, which earned him a red card and put his team in deep trouble.
Anonymous in the first half, his only real impact was flashing a shot well wide of the goal. Looked unsure of his role in the midfield and his touch let him down on several occasions.
Mixed delivery from set-pieces from the former Roma man and he struggled as a creative force in contrast to opposite number Candreva.
Suffered serious injury in the opening minutes.
A. Del Piero
The veteran worked hard and tried his best to link up with Amauri but was sacrificed on the half-hour to make way for Pepe.
The Parma goalkeeper did not endure the busiest of afternoons but he almost made a mess of a straightforward free-kick from Del Piero.
The former Wolfsburg man had a good game down the right-side as he consistently got forward in support and provided an excellent cross in the lead up to the first goal. Was less confident when Pepe got into his stride after the break.
Formed an excellent central-defensive axis alongside Paci and save for one hairy moment when he handballed with Amauri looking to go clear, rarely put a foot wrong.
A tough and uncompromising showing from the vice-captain. He was robust in the challenge and didn't give an inch - his positional sense in particular was superb.
The midfielder turned left-back kept Krasic at bay and frustrated the Serb by not lunging for the ball. He also supported the attack with gusto and his saved header led to the opening goal. Excellent all-round performance.
The Swiss midfielder sprayed the ball around nicely and profited from some rather meek tackling in the middle of the park.
The little winger caused Grosso a few problems down the right with his trickery and pace and he was an excellent outlet, in particular in combination with Candreva.
A calming influence in the middle of the park who did an excellent screening job and contributed to Paci and Paletta's performance. Never afraid to get his foot in and win the ball or halt the play when necessary - he also kept it simple in possession.
The veteran striker took his penalty brilliantly having won the spot-kick himself with a neat turn inside Chiellini. Still able to do a job at this level even at 35.
The playmaker proved adept at dropping into spaces and losing defenders. He set up a goal with a smart cutback from the right and could have had one himself. If he continues to dictate the game in such a manner, Parma won't be in trouble come May.
The best player on the pitch. With a point to prove against his former club, he was incisive, pacy and productive - scoring two goals to crush Juventus. I lost count of how many times he ghosted in behind the defence over on the left-hand side.
- 13 A. Manninger
- 21 Z. Grygera
- 17 A. Traoré
- 2 M. Motta
Brought on for Del Piero to inject pace and energy into the team but had little impact before the break. After the resumption, struck the post with a stunning free-kick, which roused his side if only for too brief a period in the match. Troubled Zaccardo with his pace when he switched to the left. That Juve were roundly beaten was despite his efforts.
The unwanted Sissoko came on in the second half to add bite to the midfield and won a couple of challenges but by that time he was swimming against the tide.
Short of match fitness, he won a few flick-ons in the air but to little effect. Will feel aggrieved after Paletta's handball.
- 1 N. Pavarini
- P. Dellafiore
- 23 F. Modesto
- 14 D. Galloppa
Almost made an instant impact during his brief spell on the pitch at the end when he should have done better at the back post from Valiani's cross.
Another ex Bianconeri man proved an able replacement for Crespo in the second period and he rubbed salt into Juve's wounds with the fourth goal.