Had very little to do but was off his line quickly to deny Rodrigo in the second half. Kept a clean sheet but missed out on a first Europa League final.
Miscontrolled on far too many occasions and Benfica almost capitalised. Passing wasn't always accurate but he almost won it with a powerful late header that Oblak kept out.
Attempted to keep the hosts moving forward but his passes were largely aimless. Replaced in the second half as the hosts chased the game.
Spent more time arguing with the referee than on the ball and wasted the hosts' best chance as he totally fluffed his lines from Marchisio's cross to the back post.
Got across to make a number of key challenges and was the pick of the Juventus players. Won headers at both ends of the pitch.
Couldn't stamp his authority on the game as he would have liked as he was tightly marked. Set-piece delivery was poor but the odd cross from open play did find its target and he tested Oblak from distance once or twice.
Showed off an array of his flicks and tricks as well as combining well on the left-hand side with Asamoah. Never really got a sight of goal to test Oblak.
A constant threat in the Benfica box as he went close three times in the first half. Faded in the second period as his fitness issues caught up with him.
Put in some good crosses from the left but was kept quiet by Markovic. Booked in the second half after an accumulation of previous fouls.
Got in some good positions but his shots on goal were either off target or straight at the goalkeeper. Still looked the most likely to break the deadlock.
Marked out of the game by Luisao he wasn't strong enough in the air and failed to hold the ball up enough to bring others into the game.
Made some fine saves as he kept his 19th clean sheet in just 23 Benfica appearances. A superb stop from Caceres in injury time saw his side through to the final.
Contained Lichtsteiner well and only really came under pressure when Vidal or Pirlo popped up on the right. Carried the ball out of defence well in the second period.
A rock at the back as he won his battle with Llorente with relative ease and made a number of crucial interventions. Got back well to nod Vidal's first-half header over the bar with Oblak beaten.
Formed a solid partnership with Luisao and made a number of superb clearances under pressure. A miraculous overhead kick denied Tevez before he was stretchered off in injury time with a nasty cut to his face.
His long throws caused problems early on but he was soon forced into defensive duty for much of the night. Allowed Asamoah too much space at times but made a crucial challenge on Pogba in the first half.
Strong in the tackle but got himself needlessly sent off midway through the second half after two silly challenges from behind in quick succession.
Protected the visiting defence well with a number of tackles in and around the box. Tasked with marking Vidal, he kept the Chilean quiet in terms of creating chances for others.
Not as involved as Jesus would have liked but showed flashes of what he is about. Eventually replaced late on as Benfica looked to close the game out.
Worked tirelessly on the left-hand side as he got back to keep Asamoah quiet as well as carrying the ball forward when he got the chance. Will miss the final after spoiling a good night by getting involved with Vucinic on the touchline.
Left to plough a lone furrow up front and was feeding on scraps for much of the 90 minutes. In the end his first-leg goal settled the tie.
Wasted a good chance early on before firing over the top when well-positioned just after the break. Replaced after Perez's sending off.