Was barely called into action during the first half. In fact, he was given more to do by his own defenders on account of some wayward backpasses. However, after conceding a goal to Vucinic which he could do little about, he then stepped up to the mark by recording a terrific double save from Lichtsteiner and Marchisio.
Got back wonderfully well to clear with Marchisio lurking on the 12-yard spot in the early stages of the game but he was caught out horribly for the equaliser by failing to track Vucinic's run. Hard to fault his endeavour, though.
Back in the side at the expense of Cherubin and the Swede had a fine game at the back, making a succession of vital clearances as well as reigning utterly supreme in the air.
Preferred to Pulzetti on the right-hand side of the midfield and saw plenty of ball in the first period. The only trouble was that he didn't do very much with it. Indeed, on one occasion, his control let him down after he had worked himself into the area courtesy of a neat one-two with Di Vaio. Replaced by Pulzetti in the second half.
Was responsible for a desperately reckless challenge on Borriello on the edge of his area in the first half but, luckily for him, the free-kick came to nothing. Aside from that, he turned in a pretty disciplined display at the back and made several important clearances.
Was even more wasteful in possession than Garics, with Rubin failing to produce a single decent cross from the left wing. He did not provide enough cover either when Pepe got going for a while in the second half.
Undoubtedly Bologna's brightest attacking threat. The Uruguayan does not always take the right option and can really frustrate at times. Indeed, he spoilt a fine counterattacking opportunity during the first half with dreadful close control. However, his ball through for Di Vaio's goal was sublime and he was a constant menace to the Bianconeri defence, particularly on the break during the second half. Certainly, it came as no surprise when Bonucci picked up his second booking for taking out Ramirez as he looked to surge clear.
As ever, he was a snarling presence in midfield, rubbing every player clad in black and white up the wrong way with his abrasive approach to the game. Picked up his customary booking for a horribly cynical hack on Pepe but he will feel that he played his part in a fine point for Bologna - and rightly so.
Once again he got through a staggering amount of work in midfield. Mudingayi broke up numerous Juventus attacks and repeatedly pilfered possession back for his side while at the same time showing off his under-appreciated skills on the ball.
Remains infuriatingly inconsistent but he is just as annoying for the opposition. Diamanti popped up all over the place in the first half and always offered an attacking threat. His touch let him down at times but he ran himself into the ground before being hauled off.
M. Di Vaio
Another inspirational display from the evergreen forward, who led the line wonderfully well. Did not get many sights of goal but then, Di Vaio never usually does so it was not in the least bit surprising that, just seconds after very nearly breaking the offside trap, he made a terrific run in behind which ended with him coolly slotting the ball past the onrushing Buffon. Worked tirelessly thereafter to preserve Bologna's lead - and a point was the least he deserved for the effort he put in.
Had a minor early scare when a seemingly innocuous cross from Diamanti suddenly began bending in towards the far post only to drift just wide but, for the most part, he had not been troubled before Di Vaio coolly slipped the ball past him for the game's opening goal.
Has not been impressive in recent weeks and, after a couple of poor early deliveries, he was squarely to blame for his side falling behind after playing Di Vaio onside as the Italian made a run in behind the Bianconeri defence. Nearly made amends with a header which was well saved by Gillet but, though he upped his game defensively, this was not his best game in a Juve shirt.
P. De Ceglie
Whipped over a wonderful cross towards the tail end of the first half after a neat one-two with Borriello and also felt he should have been awarded a penalty after driving his way into the area on 70 minutes but the referee decided otherwise.
Endured a pretty torrid evening. The centre-half was nutmegged by Diamanti early on before then being booked for a blatant pull on Ramirez as he struggled to deal with the movement and elusiveness of the Bologna attackers. The second half continued in much the same vein before he was eventually dismissed late on for taking out Ramirez.
Handed his first Serie A start since rejoining the club in January and looked relatively comfortable at the heart of the Juve defence, pretty much winning everything which came his way in the air. However, his distribution was aimless at times.
Back in the side after his one-game suspension and looked rusty early on, putting Pirlo in trouble with a desperately loose pass in midfield. Vidal was presented with time and space to shoot shortly before the break but fired way over the bar. Again he looked like a booking waiting to happen and he duly obliged in that regard just before the full-time whistle.
A real mixed bag from the veteran playmaker but he always looked the man most likely to make something happen for Juve. Made a couple of timely interceptions in the early exchanges and also saw a free-kick deflected just wide but not many of his passes found their intended targets during the first half and his set-pieces uncharacteristically inaccurate. Truth be told, he looked a little off the pace, particularly in getting booked for being beaten to the ball by Perez before then being caught in possession by Ramirez. However, Pirlo produced when Juve needed him most, creating the equaliser for Vucinic with a sublime through-ball.
The Italy midfielder got about the pitch but exerted very little influence over the game and was lucky to escape a booking for a wild swipe at Diamanti inside the opening 10 minutes. Marchisio then missed a glorious opportunity to make amends for his ineffective showing by failing to convert the rebound after Gillet had saved from Lichtsteiner.
Recalled to the starting lineup in place of Giaccherini and very nearly picked out an unmarked Marchisio early on but his low cross was cut out. However, he was then guilty of ruining a promising Juve attack with a horribly weighted pass to Pirlo. Pepe came to life after Juve's equaliser, though, and it was his cross which both Lichtsteiner and Marchisio failed to capitalise on. He then put the ball on a plate for Borriello but the forward fired wide.
Released Pepe into space early on but, while his direct - if laconic - running caused problems for Bologna at times, he was pretty quiet in the first period. However, he made his presence felt in the second half - and how, the Montenegrin producing a sublime finish after being put in on goal by Pirlo.
Surprisingly selected in place of Alessandro Matri and failed to justify his inclusion. He got himself involved early on but his first strike on goal was tamely struck and easily saved by Gillet. Was not afraid to roam the channels but when his big chance came, he fluffed his lines, firing wide first time after getting on the end of Pepe's inviting cross from the right wing.
- 25 F. Agliardi
- 21 N. Cherubin
- 43 F. Sørensen
Came on for Garics for the last 20 minutes and did not really put a foot wrong.
Tried to put himself about after replacing Diamanti midway through the second half but struggled to get himself into the game.
- 6 S. Taïder
Saw three minutes of action at the end after coming on for Rubin.