The Juventus No.1 was a spectator in the first half but showed his class in the second with a string of smart saves to preserve his clean sheet.
He marshalled the threat of Emre Gural with ease but was sloppy in possession and suffered lapses in concentration.
Produced a crucial challenge to deny Trabzonspor from scoring an away goal late on but did not look totally at ease alongside Caceres and Ogbonna.
Enjoyed a solid first half. However, the Uruguayan struggled when Henrique was introduced and the majority of opposition attacks were focused down his side.
The former Atalanta wing-back got into some promising positions down the left but was often wasteful with his end product.
The midfield prodigy had a quiet first half but demonstrated his talent in the second with some accurate passing, quick footwork and strong breaking up of the play. Scored the crucial second goal with a precise finish.
An unspectacular yet assured performance from Marchisio, who kept possession well in the midfield.
Not his finest game in a Bianconeri jersey as was not as clinical as usual in his passing. However, style had a major influence on proceedings.
The Chilean impressed on a rare start down the right and showed neat footwork and incision to threaten the Trabzonspor defence.
The Argentine has not scored in his previous 22 European games and although he looked sharp with his movement, he was disappointing with his finishing. However, was a real livewire and provided the assist for Pogba's goal.
Marked his first Juventus start with a goal and looked impressive in his hold-up play, linking up well with Tevez.
Showed good command of his area and was alert on several occasions to deny the Juventus forwards.
The former Chelsea right-back produced a decent defensive display and was rarely exposed. However, offered little going forward.
Produced a number of crucial blocks to deny Juventus in the closing stages, although found it difficult to cope with Tevez's movement.
He struggled to deal with Isla in the opening stages but improved as the game wore on and offered a good attacking outlet.
He was unfortunate to see Tevez's pass ricochet off his face and into Osvaldo's path for the first goal. Aside from that, he made a number of timely challenges and interceptions.
The Argentine looked tidy in possession and was a willing box-to-box runner despite his regular failure to hit the target.
The Romanian, recently signed from Steaua Bucharest, still looks to be finding his feet in the side and looked off the pace in the first half.
The Ivorian was one of the finest performers on the pitch and used his experience and tactical nous to stifle the Juventus midfield.
Had little joy creating chances for his fellow team-mates, although can consider himself unfortunate to have a goal ruled out for offside.
Caused the Juventus defence problems with his movement in the second half and was a direct threat to Buffon's goal. But there was zero end product.
Failed to add to his double at the weekend as he looked lethargic and struggled to get beyond the Juventus defence.
Added fresh legs to the Juventus midfield but his sloppy error nearly gifted Trabzonspor an equaliser.
Failed to make the desired impact from the bench and was well contained by the opposition defence.
Was determined to win back the support of the Juventus fans and he helped to stretch the Trabzonspor defence with his pace and tenacity.
The Poland international added fresh legs to the Trabzonspor attack and created a number of good openings for his teammates.
The 21-year-old ran his socks off after coming off the bench and helped to press Juventus high up the pitch.
The Europa League's top goalscorer this season made a brilliant impact from the bench and caused the Juventus defence problems with his movement and eye for goal.