Produced a handful of strong stops over the course of the game to secure a sixth consecutive home clean sheet in Serie A.
The experience centre-back was dominant in the air for the Bianconeri, though he did pick up a yellow card for a cynical block on Destro.
Stretched every sinew in his right leg to volley home a Pirlo free kick and make it 2-0 shortly after the break. An assured performance from the Italy international.
Thundered down the right to good effect for Conte's men, which allowed him to hurl some inviting crosses in to the likes of Llorente and Vucinic.
Dealt with the pace and trickery of Gervinho and Ljajic superbly, and even pushed forward at times for his side. Drew the horrendous foul from De Rossi that the Roma captain saw red for.
Looked like he had never been away despite a month-long absence with a knee injury. Provided the assist for Bonucci's volley and his passing was pinpoint throughout.
Misplaced some passes in the first half which hindered his impact on the game. He improved slightly after the break, and was always willing to track back and help out defensively.
His eighth league goal of the season was the cherry on top of what was another hugely impressive performance in midfield. Given a standing ovation by the Juve fans when he was withdrawn late on.
The young Frenchman produced another fine performance in central midfield, alongside the more senior figures of Vidal and Pirlo. Showed good composure to not lose his head despite being on the wrong end of some bad tackles.
Showed little rustiness in the first half, despite his late return following the winter break, as he wreaked havoc for the hosts. His game was cut short on the hour-mark though, when he picked up what looked like a hamstring injury.
Came within a whisker of making it 2-0 with a fine fizzing effort shortly before the break as his understanding with Tevez continued to blossom.
M. De Sanctis
Could do little about the hosts' three goals as his team imploded in front of him, particularly late on.
Tormented by Tevez, before being dismissed for a deliberate handball late on.
The young full-back put in a decent performance at left-back before being subbed off on 55 minutes.
Though the Brazilian's powers continue to wane as age takes it toll he was one of his team's brighter performers this evening, bombing forward from right-back.
A match to forget for the Morroccan centre-back, as he struggled to cope with the power and poise of Juve's attacking players.
The Dutchman has excelled for Garcia's men this season but his impact on the game this evening was nullified by the athleticism and energy of Vidal and Pogba.
Tested Buffon with a couple of well-struck, long-range efforts. Subbed off after the break.
D. De Rossi
After being second-best in midfield for much of the game he saw red late on for a horrible two-footed lunge on Chiellini.
Was guilty of straying offside at vital moments when the likes of Pjanic and Totti tried to catch out Juventus' high three-man defence with quick throughballs.
Featured intermittently for the visitors in the opening hour before fading as his team-mates lost their composure with two red cards late on.
Woeful in attack for his side. His passing was wayward, and he barely threatened as Chiellini stepped in to steal the ball whenever it came to him.