Had a field day for most part of the match, bar a late slip-up which almost gifted Gazzi with the winner near the end.
Once more he defended aptly against Brienza, although his support play could have been better for his standards. Nevertheless, his work rate could not be faulted.
Was given the runaround by Destro in the early stages, but then got to grips with the forward and forced Siena into substituting him, along with Calaio. Very comfortable.
Strong showing from the Italy stopper, who kept his place at centre-back. Rarely troubled by Siena's attackers and offered a commanding presence at the back.
P. De Ceglie
Despite an uncertain beginning, he eventually had an easy match against Luigi Giorgi, and tried his best to infiltrate Siena's half, albeit without much success.
Saw his game cut short with injury and was replaced by Giaccherini after 35 minutes.
Single-handedly carried his team in midfield, where his team-mates constantly looked towards him for inspiration. Sprayed the ball around with ease and threaded frequent through passes, although sadly none of his colleagues were on his wavelength.
Average display from the combative performer, who despite being lively, failed to provide much cutting-edge from midfield and could not find a route beyond Siena's wall-like back line.
A solid if not spectacular performance from the Chilean, who was tireless as ever but was not able to assert his authority like he has done recently.
A promising opening to the match, which saw him get in a few good positions, ended in failure as his shooting left a lot to be desired. Found himself replaced by Borriello in the second half.
Another mediocre display from the hitman, who struggled to hold the ball up for the team-mates effectively enough and did not pose much of a goal threat. Replaced by Quagliarella
Fine goalkeeping display from the shot-stopper, who produced several important saves to earn Siena a point.
C. Del Grosso
Occasionally had the odd blip against Giaccherini in the second half, but his overlaps with Brienza were an eye-catching feat.
Got the better of Matri and Co. as he helped his side prevent Juventus from getting the better of his fellow comrades.
Found it hard initially to deal with De Ceglie's youthful exuberance, but eventually settled into the game well and had a comfortable afternoon.
Did not drop concentration for the entirety of the contest, and continues to grow in stature in the top-flight.
Impressive performance from the second-string winger, who forced Juventus' defenders out of position in the early stages but was eventually figured out. Encouraging nonetheless.
The captain could not get near the majestic Pirlo, but was very professional in his approach and helped marshall his team-mates.
Blew a glorious chance to win the match for his team against the odds, after ballooning his effort high and wide with three minutes to go.
His shooting ability was not showcased enough, but still made a impact with a couple of promising snapshots at Buffon. Replaced by Parravicini as Siena held out for a point.
Looked isolated in attack, but made little effort to drop deep and help support his team-mates. Aptly subbed off for Gonzalez.
Juventus' overriding possession meant he had to sacrifice his pacy wing play in favour of a more disciplined role, but he gave his all and worked hard down the flank.
- 30 M. Storari
- 19 L. Bonucci
- 34 L. Marrone
Showed glimpses of agility down the flank, but failed to truly examine the capabilities of Del Grosso.
Did not contribute anything to the Juventus cause, bar two penalty appeals which were quickly dismissed by the referee.
Late cameo from the masked attacker, who did not have enough time to make a telling impact.
- 10 A. Del Piero