Dealt quite comfortably with a Ledesma free-kick and a decent strike from Candreva but had no chance on Mauri's header. Had little or nothing to do in the second period.
Was so comfortable in the first half, winning everything in the air, that he elected to step forward at every opportunity. Caused panic in the Lazio box with a chip forward before then trying his luck with an audacious shot with the outside of his boot.
A late addition to the starting 11, the Swiss wasn't his usual dynamic self going forward and, from a defensive perspective, he was very nearly sent off for bringing down Rocchi early in the second half when he was very close to being last man.
He was enjoying something of an armchair ride for most of the opening half but, like his defensive colleagues, he also went missing when Mauri rose to head Lazio level. Did make a crucial block on Candreva late on, though.
Shifted out to the left-hand side because of the late withdrawal of De Ceglie from the starting line-up and, as usual, got forward pretty well, picking out Quagliarella early on only to see the former Napoli man fire wide. Began to lose his control after the break, though, and was booked for a late challenge on Scaloni seconds after clashing with Diakite.
As ever, was always looking to make something happen and very nearly scored a contender for goal of the season when, in a fine demonstration of his wonderful vision, he let fly from fully 65 yards out only to see a scrambling Marchetti pull off a terrific save. Also played a sumptuous ball into Lichtsteiner in the second period only to see the Swiss squander the opportunity.
Typically influential, Pirlo had already been passing and probing away for half an hour when he produced a sublime ball to pick out Pepe in the area for the game's opening goal. A constant threat with his set-pieces and always looked the most likely Juve player to open Lazio up.
Recalled to the starting line-up, the former Udinese man blew a glorious chance to open the scoring on 28 minutes by shooting straight at Marchetti but then immediately made amends by controlling Pirlo's pass before volleying home in some style. Was pretty ineffective thereafter, though, and was replaced by Matri on 72 minutes.
Played his part in Juve's midfield dominance without ever really exerting the same level of control over the proceedings as either Pirlo or Vidal. Went close with an effort midway through the second half but, overall, did not pose much of a goal-scoring threat.
Retained his place in the starting line-up and very nearly netted early on, but he diverted Chiellini's low cross over the bar. Then tried his luck from distance before going desperately close to getting on the end of a long ball forward from Bonucci. Was full of running throughout and collected a booking after the break but was not as dangerous during the second period.
Like Quagliarella, the Montenegrin began very brightly, with his jinking runs and clever moment asking plenty of questions of the Lazio defence. Perhaps should have had a penalty in the first half but his influence faded as the game wore on.
Had it not been for Marchetti, Lazio would have been routed, with the goalkeeper pulling off a string of stunning saves. He did wonderfully well to keep out Vidal's audacious strike from inside his own half but the way in which he denied Quagliarella's deflected effort as he was going the other way was truly breathtaking. Did not deserve to end up on the losing side.
Scaloni played an integral role in Lazio's equaliser, the former West Ham United man advancing forward down the right wing before picking out the head of Mauri with a wonderful cross. However, he looked defensively suspect throughout and very nearly gave away a penalty after tangling in the area with Vucinic.
Coped quite competently with the threat posed by Pepe and Lichtsteiner down the right-hand side, without ever really offering much by way of an attacking threat.
Booked for an incredibly reckless tackle on Vidal just 10 minutes in but more than made up for that with a goal-saving block on Vucinic shortly before the break. Continued to defend valiantly thereafter.
Struggled for long periods in the first half and it came as no surprise when he picked up a yellow for bringing down Vucinic but was more solid after half-time.
Did not really offer much of an outlet for the Biancocelesti, though he did work hard, doing his best to protect Scaloni.
Had a string of set-pieces in the opening quarter and although his delivery wasn't always up to much, he did at least draw a save out of Buffon with a 26th-minute free-kick. Worked tirelessly but cut a pretty frustrated figure by the death.
One of Lazio's livelier attackers. Starved of possession but showed what he can do when he cut in from the left wing just before the break and tested Buffon with a well-struck drive. He also very nearly got in towards the end only to be denied by Bonucci.
Had really struggled to impose himself on the game before he headed his side level right on half-time after being left completely unmarked in the area. Battled gamely throughout but was booked for a trip on Pirlo shortly after the restart and ultimately ran out of steam.
Put in a real shift in the middle of the park but was chasing shadows for long periods.
Playing in the lone striker role, Rocchi didn't really get in a look-in during the first half. When he did get himself on the ball just after half-time, he caused mayhem and would have had a sight of goal had he not been chopped down by Lichtsteiner, who was booked for his indiscretion.
- 30 M. Storari
- 4 M. Cáceres
- 11 P. De Ceglie
Came on in place of Vidal for the last 10 minutes and did not make much of an impact.
Replaced Pepe with just under 20 minutes remaining but did not really get a sniff of goal.
- 23 M. Borriello
A. Del Piero
Given 17 minutes at the end and brought the house down with a typically brilliant free-kick. Are Juve really going to allow their legendary No.10 to leave at the end of the season?
- 1 A. Bizzarri
- 78 L. Zauri
- 11 Matuzalém
Dropped from the starting line-up, Hernanes was given just over 15 minutes to strut his stuff but he was unable to alter the course of the game.
Throw on in place of Alvaro Gonzalez with nine minutes to go, offering him insufficient time to get into the game.
Came on for Rocchi with 16 minutes remaining but did not see the game out, getting himself booked moments after his introduction before receiving his marching order in the dying seconds.
- 30 E. Alfaro