Made two good saves in one-on-one situations with Pozzi and Cassano. Got a hand to the second goal he conceded, but wasn't strong enough to keep it out.
Average outing from the former Bari defender, who is still working on his relationship with Giorgio Chiellini.
P. De Ceglie
Did his defensive duties fairly efficiently, but once substitute Marilungo came in he was given fits by the youngster down his flank.
Tracked runs into the area well and made some very good challenges, but was left standing flat-footed on a few occasions.
A poor outing from the full-back, who had all kinds of trouble with Cassano and things got worse as he picked up an injury and had to be replaced.
The winger was in and out of this thrilling contest, but did tap home a rebound and hit another shot off the post that led to their second goal.
The Brazilian was the main winner of the midfield battle for large portions on the contest. A couple lapses in concentration, but otherwise he did everything asked of him by Del Neri.
Man of the match for Juventus. His pace, passing, and dribbling were superb. Got one assist and started the move for the second goal.
The midfielder is certainly more comfortable in a central role and scored a nice goal on the volley to equalize in the first-half.
A. Del Piero
Showed flashes of what he is capable of and came close on a few set-pieces. Also involved in the build-up to their first goal.
Tried the spectacular too often, but did react quickest to finish from close range.
Erratic, but made a very big save late on Iaquinta and stopped a number of other chances when his side were being pushed back.
The center-back made a crucial interception against Krasic when his opponent's had numbers coming forward and would have been in the clear. Was subbed off late on for Volta.
An average performance, like many of the defenders in this match it was not his best showing.
Invisible for large portions of the match - he was often pinned back by wingers Pepe and Krasic, who tormented him in Turin.
Was left frozen by Simone Pepe when Juventus grabbed their third goal.
Fought very hard in the first half and showed he is a capable player, but was outworked in the second period. Will have a tough time keeping his place once Poli returns to full fitness.
It wasn't a vintage performance from the ball-winner, but he did his job and combined well with Cassano for their second goal.
The former Fiorentina man never got involved in the match and it was no surprise when he was subbed off in the second-half by coach Domenico Di Carlo.
A very nice dummy to set up the Blucerchiati's opener, but typically he was bullied when coming forward and did not look settled at any point.
Two very well-taken goals by Pozzi, who filled in for the injured Pazzini admirably. His hold-up play could still use some work, but his finishing was sublime.
His good form continues. One assist and a goal for the Italian talisman, who directed his side's attack whenever he got his foot on the ball.
- 1 Angelo Da Costa
- 19 F. Cacciatore
A late substitute to shore up the backline.
- 20 M. Padalino
- 7 D. Mannini
Injected some pace in the match, but often made poor decisions with the ball.
A positive impact from the substitute, who set up the final goal for the the 3-3 scoreline and used plenty of tricks to draw fouls and beat defenders. There is a bright future for the Italy Under-21 international.