Standing in for the ill Marchetti, the Albanian shot-stopper commanded his area well and produced a couple of important saves.
Excelled on the wing for Reja's side, playing an important role defensively and pushing forward effectively whenever possible.
The Italian defender put in a solid performance for the Biancocelesti as part of a three-man backline alongside Cana and Dias.
The center back was responsible for gifting Vidal a goalscoring chance with a dreadful clearance before the break and it was little surprise when he was subbed off.
Dispossessed Tevez well two or three times early on, but was turned far too easily by the Argentine when he swapped passes with Lichtsteiner in the build up to Llorente's goal.
The Italian supplied some inviting free kicks for his teammates, one of which came very close to stealing all three points as Storari pulled off a fine stop to thwart Klose.
Produced some wonderful passes before the break and linked well with Candreva and Klose in attack for the Biancocelesti.
The Argentine midfielder did exactly what was asked for him as he hassled and harried Juventus' normally dominant midfield for all 90 minutes.
Was unfazed in an unfamiliar role as part of a three-man defense, the Albania international kept the likes of Tevez and Llorente quiet for much of the game, particularly before the break.
The former Juventus attacker stroked the penalty past Storari to make it 1-0, and the confidence he got from this was clear as he showed no fear in possession for the rest of the game.
Stretched Juve's three-man defense with his tireless running and drew the foul that Buffon was sent off for. He also forced a fine save from Storari with a late header.
The experienced Italy international saw his night end early when he was sent off for catching Klose inside the box in the 24th minute.
The Bianconeri's utility man showed decent composure on the ball and improved markedly after the break following a shaky first half.
His assist for Llorente's equalizer perfectly summed up his pivotal role for the Bianconeri. Bombing down the right, he exchanged passes brilliantly with Tevez, before clipping a cross to Llorente that he glanced past Berisha.
Vented his frustrations on the advertising hoardings at one stage, as Juventus' defense struggled against Lazio's dangerous front-line.
Could have conceded a penalty for handling the ball late in the first half and produced one or two cynical fouls that gifted the hosts free kicks in promising positions.
A fairly quiet performance from the talented 20-year-old, as Lazio flooded the midfield to counter Conte's three-at-the-back formation.
The Italy international drifted in and out of the game at the Stadio Olimpico. He often failed to get close to Hernanes and Candreva, as the two attackers combined with Klose to good effect.
Sacrificed to bring on a goalkeeper after Buffon was sent off midway through the first half.
The energetic Chile international had less of an impact going forward than he usually does, just days after claiming he was the best midfielder in the world.
The former Athletic Bilbao man ensured the Bianconeri left the match with a point by scoring a fine glancing header from 10 yards. Held the ball up brilliantly in the second half.
Frequently ran into light blue brick walls, but he provided a vital contribution to set Lichtsteiner away when the defender supplied the assist for the equalizing goal.