He might have conceded four goals, but he was blameless on all occasion. Let down by poor defense.
Allowed Quagliarella to score the with a backheel finish. Really poor in his marking.
Rarely threatened to stop Krasic from going past him like a Ferrari past a 'Stop' sign. Replaced in the second half.
Occasionally skinned by Quagliarella and Krasic among others. Poor performance.
Probably fouled in the build-up to the first goal and actually solid before the third goal. From there on his confidence crumbled to the ground.
Battled hard, but outplayed by Juve's central midfielders.
Lost the battle in midfield. Felipe Melo and Marchisio had him on a tight leash.
Offered precious little in attack. Went close with a shot from the penalty area after a corner in the second half. Fairly anonymous.
Wasted his team's best chances. Should really work on his finishing and improve on team play.
A. Di Natale
Should be applauded for his efforts to lift his team, but was ultimately unable to do so. He was let down by his team mates, who just gave up.
A. Floro Flores
Aside from a header in the second half, the striker was like a ghost on the pitch today.
Merely a spectator today, he was rarely called into action.
It is hard to say he did well as he rarely had to intervene at all. Offered very little on the left wing.
Was at the right place at the right time to score the go-ahead goal. Rarely had to defend.
Did well to thwart whatever attack Udinese tried to create. There were suspicions of foul play by him in the box in the build-up to the goal.
Completely anonymous today, the brilliant performance of his team mates made his outing look even poorer.
Supported Krasic well on the flank. Like every Juve defender, rarely had to intervene.
Incredible performance by the young Italian international. Scored a wonderful volley and assisted Iaquinta for the fourth. Bossed the midfield together with Felipe Melo.
This is the kind of display the Juve supporters would like to see more often from the Brazilian. He was tireless today and bullied the opposition with ease in midfield.
It is a tough call between Krasic and Marchisio, but the winger should probably be pronounced man of the match. Impressive in his dribbling and exquisite in his crossing, Krasic put in a flawless performance - two assist in the first half and plenty of excellent runs in the second half.
A. Del Piero
The Juve veteran showed his still has it from set-pieces as he assisted the first goal. Looked short on stamina and pace, and was replaced shortly after half-time.
Probably the best Juve striker today. He was impressive in possession, his dribbling was marvellous, but his backheeled finish for the second goal was genius.