A very quiet night for the Italy international, who could count almost on one hand the number of times Bologna encroached on his area.
Was aggrieved at not being awarded a penalty in the first half, and defensively was barely tested.
Always solid on the right of defence, and played most of the match almost as another midfielder as he constantly looked to support Pirlo and Co.
Like the rest of the Juventus back-line, his duties were mainly confined to mopping up in his own half against a side with little attacking intention. Could have done better in closing down Taider for the equaliser.
P. De Ceglie
A little crowded out on the left, had few chances to get free with the ball and cause damage.
A constant danger on the right wing, but his final product was at times lacking.
Always a danger from free-kicks and corners, but struggled to open up Bologna's back-line in open play despite have ample space to do so.
A dynamo in midfield, complementing perfectly the more relaxed style of Pirlo with non-stop pressing and movement. Came close before finally deciding proceedings in the nick of time.
Had an explosive start to the match with a couple of decent efforts from range, but struggled to form a link between midfield and attack and supply Juve's forward duo.
The Dane had moments of quality, but too often his touch let him down and he failed to impose himself on Bologna.
DId not have it easy against a determined backline, but finished impeccably from Giaccherini to make it 1-0.
Made a couple of impressive stops, but needed to be more authoritative in both goals as his defence went missing.
Kept Bendtner and Co. on a short leash throughout the game, but was undone by sloppy marking on two occasions which cost Bologna dearly.
Mostly solid stuff from the central defender, but he lost Giaccherini for the first goal and was caught out when Pogba hit his late winner.
One of the away side's principal attacking outlets in his forays down the left, and gave Juve a few worries with the ball at feet.
Had the measure of Isla while the Chilean remained on the field, not giving an inch on the right side of defence.
Played out a fascinating midfield battle with Pirlo, and was fortunate that several fouls around his own area were not punished more severely by the dead-ball maestro.
Made one telling contribution with the thunderbolt that momentarily raised away hopes of leaving Turin with something to show for their efforts.
Did his best to try and push Bologna forward on the break, before being withdrawn as his side pursued the equaliser.
Completely failed to pick up Quagliarella in the move that opened the scoring.
Did his best with the paucity of service given to him, unlucky to see his first-half strike ruled out.
Physical, uncomfortable to play against but ultimately starved of possession and opportunities. Held the ball up well when given the chance.