The keeper was caught in no man's land for the only goal of the game but did make a good save from Coman later in the half.
Did his best to try and keep Juve at bay with their attacks, including a brilliant goal-line clearance in the first half. At set plays he lacked organisation.
Did well to stay on his feet and try to slow the Juve attacks as often as possible. Was good at forcing Asamoah to play it back rather than allow him to get to the byline.
Inadvertently diverted Caceres header into the back of his own net early on and struggled to deal with Lichtsteiner throughout a disappointing afternoon.
The on-loan midfielder had a couple of chances in the first half but wasted them both and was hauled off at half time.
Failed to get tight enough to those he was marking, be it from set pieces or in open play. He struggled with the movement of Coman and Tevez.
The Slovenian looked bright on the ball but he did not see enough of it to create anything for Lopez or Paloschi.
Ran his socks off despite his side being completely outgunned in midfield. He did his best to make things difficult for Juve.
Was booked in the first half for a clumsy challenge and continued to try and break up the play. However, he was not particularly successful.
Failed to make his mark on the game as Juventus dominated the midfield all afternoon. He offered no support to the forwards and passed poorly.
Had barely any service throughout the game but when a clear chance finally fell his way in the 77th minute he was unable to beat Buffon.
Chievo only managed to threaten on a couple of occasions and when they did he was equal to it. A great save from Lopez late on kept his side ahead.
The centre-back's header went into the net off Biraghi to open the scoring and he continued to pose a threat in the box, hitting the bar later in the game.
Always looked a threat on the right flank and provided a few deliveries, one of which Vidal turned onto the post. Was only caught out of position on one occasion.
The Italy international had a comfortable evening at the heart of the Bianconeri defence and did not put a foot wrong all afternoon.
Was not posed with an awful lot to do at the back, though at times he was beaten for pace and caught out of position.
A typically powerful and dynamic performance from the Frenchman. He was assured in possession and created some good openings for his side.
Saw a lot of the ball and moved it about brilliantly, orchestrating the play from the middle of the park. He had one effort which was sliced wide in the first half.
The Chilean was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet having seen one effort cleared off the line by Cesar and another come back off the post.
Hugged the left flank and constantly offered an attacking outlet for his team. He put some decent crosses in and defended well when needed.
The Argentine was alert immediately and got his first shot on goal within 30 seconds. He hit the bar late in the first half but could not find himself a goal.
The teenage Frenchman had an impressive debut as he darted in and around Tevez, linking well with the Argentine and getting away decent shots on goal.
Replaced Radovanovic in the 70th minute and did not influence the game.
Brought on for Mangani at half time and failed to make an impact before being withdrawn through injury.
Came on for Schelotto at half time and was lively at points, but did not receive enough supply to worry the Bianconeri defence.