Always attentive and quick to come out of goal, closing down the space for Vucinic as Juventus looked to get behind the defence.
An impressive stint from the right-back, followed Asamoah across the pitch and made his rival look rather ineffective over the 90 minutes.
Saw plenty of action as Juve concentrated their attacks through Lichtsteiner down the full-back's flank. A tough ask, but kept a close eye on the Swiss international. Saw red in the final minutes.
The Italian of Nigerian heritage proved himself a feisty customer in the middle of defence, marking tightly and never afraid to hit hard.
An uncompromising presence, led always with the boot and tackled ferociously, pushing Juve back from the Torino area. Lucky at times not to incur further sanction.
Busy and committed throughout the match, played predominately deep in his own half and stifled Juve's approaches.
One of the dangermen for Torino as the Argentine was busy down the left. Forced a fantastic save from Buffon with a powerful shot from distance.
A disappointing display from the ex-Roma midfielder, needed to explode down the right-hand side but looked off the pace.
Another Torino man that revelled in the physical side of a ferocious derby. Pressed constantly and unsettled the visitors.
The ex-Manchester City striker constantly looked for a way through up front, but was well shackled and had few chances.
Had little luck alongside Bianchi up front, controlled convincingly by Bonucci and Chiellini. Taken off on the hour for Jonathas.
After a relatively quiet first half, showed his quality with a one-handed stop that frustrated Santana.
A quiet game for the centre-back, who cleaned up Torino's wayward counter-attacks with ease and kept Juve in control from their own half onwards.
Was given more problems than usual by the lively Santana on the right hand side, let the Argentine slip by on a couple of occasions.
Tried his best to get his side moving from their own half, distributing deep and wide. Kept Bianchi quiet for most of the encounter.
As usual, a consistent performer for Juve down the right-hand side. Few frills, but more often that not landed his crosses.
As always, combative and full of energy in the middle of the pitch. The Chilean matched Torino's rather rustic approach with his own force. Went close with an early header before striking with a wonderful volley.
Was given little room to breathe by a tenacious Torino backline, who squeezed the veteran playmaker from start to finish.
Watching the winger operate out wide was an exercise in frustration. Always open for his team-mates, but the final ball was not good enough.
Elegant and assured in midfield, despite suffering some big hits from the hosts. A perfect through ball for Vucinic should have yielded an early opener.
Was impressive playing just off Vucinic, drifting across the backline and causing problems. Had the ball in the net, but moved too early and was called offside - but made sure of victory with a smart finish at the death.
Moved well on the shoulder of the last man, combining with Marchisio. Guilty, however, of wasting a golden chance with an awful finish.