Unfortunate to concede on both occasions and was very assured between the posts otherwise.
Hardly put a foot wrong at the back, using his feet, head and anything else to prevent the ball from reaching its target in the box.
Gave a good account of himself in defence, working well in tandem with the rest of the backline to snuff out the danger from the opposition. However, he was desperately unfortunate to slide the ball into his own net on a full-stretch attempt at a clearance.
Performed well on the right side of the hosts' defence, tracking Peluso well and showing a safety first approach.
A very strong game in defence, as he was always tight on the likes of Quagliarella, and made it difficult for Juve to get a sight on goal.
Very aggressive on Isla out wide, and though he did see yellow for clipping the Juve man, his tenacity was a big reason that the visitors did not find much joy down that side of the pitch.
Had one or two openings where he was able to put in a decent delivery on the left, but generally, it was a game of minimal impact from him.
Kept his poise remarkably well to pounce on a poor Gianluigi Buffon clearance and slide a neat pass into Cyril Thereau for Chievo's first half opener. On the periphery of the game otherwise.
Clogged up play effectively in the centre of the park, showing no hesitation to put a tackle in or sit deep to close off avenues at the top of the box.
Mostly found it hard to manufacture space for himself, and even his attempts to drift wide usually went unheeded. Another unlucky player for the home side, seeing his rebounded goal incorrectly chalked off for offside.
Slid home an excellent finish for Chievo's goal, and was very intelligent with his use of the ball throughout.
A dreadful clearance saw Chievo get the ball in a position to score the opener, and he also spilled a shot badly into the path of Paloschi to score, but on that occasion, he was bailed out by a bogus offside call. A bundle of nerves throughout and one of his worst games for a long while.
A forgettable game for Mauricio Isla, as his defending was weak and passive, while he messed up possession multiple times on the ball.
Was his typically uncompromising self at the back, putting in a number of successful tackles, and marshalling the opposition forwards well.
Offered his side little in the way of enterprise or directness out wide, and as a result, Juve's penetration and general attacking threat suffered.
Largely impeccable at the back, reading the game well and making the defensive plays that his side needed when Chievo broke forward.
Showed good pace to chase down the likes of Paloschi on the counter, and did little wrong on the night.
Found it hard to prise open the opposition in the face of a determined rearguard effort from Chievo. Lost the ball once or twice under pressure in the second half as he began to tire.
Drifted out wide to great effect to put a few choice deliveries into the box, with two such balls setting up the events of both of his side's goals. A menace in the middle as well, breaking up play and driving Juve forward.
Had a solid defensive game throughout, but really started to contribute in an attacking sense in the second half, threatening regularly from the top of the box.
For a man of his stature and reputation, he was rather disappointing in the air, failing to get a good connection on the multiple headed chances that fell his way. Still finding his feet in Italian football.
More dynamic and hungry than his strike partner Fernando Llorente, but most of his endeavours led him down dead ends, as the defence was able to thwart him. However, his tenacity was rewarded with a goal on the rebound to bring Juve level at the start of the second half.