Made a few decent stops between the sticks but should have done more to stop Marchisio's effort for the opener.
Taken off at the break as coach Davide Ballardini looked to go for broke with his side two goals down.
At fault for the visitor’s opener as he deflected Marchisio’s effort past the reach of Eduardo.
Beaten far too easily by Krasic on Juventus’ second goal. Unlucky not to have reduced the distances when he saw a wonderful volleyed effort come crashing off the bar.
Failed to get forward enough and suffered the presence of a dominant Fabio Grosso.
A poor day at the office for the former Milan stopper.
Not his usual self going forward and failed to provide the service needed to open up the visitors.
Sacrificed at the break by his coach who looked to mix things up in a bid to reduce the gap between the sides.
Had a torrid time and was often overlapped by the speed of Fabio Quagliarella.
Came under-fire from a superior Bianconeri midfield and eventually made way for Kharja.
Had numerous chances to find the net but his slow-decision making gave the Bianconeri stoppers that extra second to react.
Came up with some great reactions when called into action during the closing stages. The glovesman has provided some added value to the Bianconeri since his summer arrival at Vinovo.
The veteran gave a no-nonsense performance down the left and used his experience to restrict the Rossoblu into crossing from deep.
Provided cover at the back in key stages and will be delighted to go home with a clean sheet.
A rock at the back for the Old Lady. Left Luca Toni was nothing more than half chances
Opened the scoring rather fortunately with a well taken volley inside the box. Kept the Bianconeri pushing forward throughout the encounter and provided decent cover when the Grifoni looked at the most threatening.
One of the star performers at the Marassi. The Roman was once again the talisman in midfield for the Old Lady and is slowly adding consistency to his game following some torrid years of injury setbacks.
Gave a decent account of himself for the best part of an hour and eventually made way for Sorensen as fatigue started to kick in.
Another energetic performance by the Brazilian who is gradually returning to the heights of his Fiorentina days. With the Brazilian in such form the opposition have no route down the middle and Genoa failed to make better use of the wide areas.
Returned to the starting XI with a wonderful piece of solo brilliance to double his side’s lead.
Failed to find the net but was a constant threat on the break. The Neapolitan has cemented himself at the centre of the coach’s plans.
Squandered a golden chance to put the game to bed when he failed to round Eduardo shortly after the hour mark.
- 73 A. Scarpi
- 24 E. Moretti
- 36 F. Zuculini
Had a very positive influence on the Rossoblu following his second half entry and was the spark behind numerous attacking moves.
Thrown on late on but could do little to change the inevitability of defeat.
Provided Toni with some much needed support in attack following his introduction in the second period. The former Inter man went desperately close in the closing stages after spraying wide of the post on the turn.
- 13 A. Manninger
- 17 A. Traoré
The youngster made a second half entry and didn’t disappoint by giving another mature performance on the right.
Thrown on late on to provide added cover at the back.
Added muscle to the midfield line as the Rossoblu started to throw everything forward.
- 10 A. Del Piero
- 20 D. Lanzafame