Was severely under worked in the first half, making only one real save from Matri in the closing stages of the first half. Was beaten twice in the second 45 but couldn't really be blamed for either goal.
Moved over to center-half when Mexes went off after initially playing at right-back and looked shaky toward the end.
Cruised through the first half beside Juan, but injured himself while trying to control a corner and was eventually replaced in the 51st minute. The Roma defense lost its solidity in his absence.
Was in commanding form in the first half, repelling a series of crosses and long balls with powerful headers. However, he was at fault for the second goal, playing Matri onside by stepping up far too late.
Worked hard on the left, pushing forward to help the attack in the first half. But he was nowhere to be seen when Krasic smashed home his 59th minute volley from his side.
Played in the hole just behind Totti and offered virtually nothing in an attacking sense.
Showed flashes of inspiration down the right wing and came closest to scoring with a thunderous strike which cannoned back off the crossbar.
D. De Rossi
Was really in the mood in the first half, spraying passes, snapping into challenges while also firing in a couple of long range efforts. One of which drew a decent save from Storari. Was much quieter in the second half.
Probed and prompted Roma from his position as a deep-lying playmaker, but, like too many of his team-mates he was not as effective after the break.
The Montenegrin was his side's most threatening player in the first half. Drawing one superb save from Storari, firing another inches wide, while also setting up a chance for Totti. Yet another who faded in the second half, though.
Played as a lone frontman and dropped off into deeper positions. Had one fantastic volley expertly stopped by Storari.
Kept his side in the game with three fantastic first half saves to thwart Vucinic, Totti and De Rossi.
Although Roma dominated the first half, they didn't have a host of chances and Bonucci was a big part of that. He popped up to make several crucial contributions, including one key clearance off the line.
Looked a little shaky in the first half, but was improved in the second half.
A stunning left-back performance, Marauded forward constantly and provided two assists. The first of which was superbly crafted and then executed.
Made a bright start, going close with an early effort, but he flitted in and out of the game, but worked hard for the team, even filling in at right-back for a spell.
Was replaced in first half injury time after picking up an injury, but hadn't looked too clever up until that point, with Vucinic leading him a merry dance at times.
Can often fly under the radar with his understated performances. Worked hard to help Melo stem the Roma tide in the first half. But it was still one of his quieter games.
Scored the all-important opening goal with a stunning volley. The goal aside, he had a fairly frustrating evening in which he struggled to beat opponents.
Another player who was uncharacteristically quiet. What he did, he did well. He just wasn't a prominent figure.
A colossus for Juventus. Sat in front of the defense and won challenge after challenge. Often got a crucial foot in or a timely interception to break up Roma moves before they started. Drove his team forward in the second half.
Was coolness personified when he slotted the ball between Doni's legs to score the second goal to clinch the win. Also combined with Grosso to play his part in the first goal in a selfless and impressive showing up front.
- 1 B. Lobonț
- 87 A. Rosi
Came on at right-back and his introduction saw the Roma defense lose its shape.
Came on for the ineffectual Perrotta and tried to make things happen, and at least tested Storari with an 89th minute drive.
- 33 M. Brighi
Replaced the fading Vucinic and worked hard but with little reward.
- 13 A. Manninger
Gave the tiring but exceptional Grosso a well-deserved rest by taking his place in the 82nd minute.
Replaced Motta at right-back in first half injury time and later switched to left-back with minimum fuss.
- 36 M. Giandonato
The Bosnian wide-man took Krasic''s place in the 86th minute.
- 38 A. Libertazzi
- 20 L. Toni