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As I said earlier, Quagliarella was the man of the match. He had a goal and an assist, 8.2 rating.
Andrea Pirlo was outstanding as always. He created many strong chances for Juventus and was a big part of their level of clam and composure throughout the match, 7.4 rating.
Buffon made five saves, one of which was just unbelievable. He was tested early and held the lead for his side, 7.1 rating.
Alessandro Matri was by far the biggest disappointment on the day for Juventus.
Yes, he scored a goal, but that had more to do with Quagliarella's effort more than anything else. Credit Matri, though, for being in the right place to finish.
Ultimately, as is too often the case, he was wasteful with most of his opportunities and was sloppy with the ball throughout the match, but he did score after all, 6.0 rating
Arturo Vidal had quite a few strong plays for Juve. He had a chance in the 29th minute that he probably should have converted, but he was strong with the ball all afternoon, 6.7 rating.
Giorgio Chiellini gave a solid effort for his side, but he came short in a few spots that could have been very decisive. The biggest was against Javier Zanetti early in the match. Zanetti blew right by Chiellini on the left side and created quite a chance, 6.5 rating.
Leonardo Bonucci had an up and down outing.
He had a great first half of defending and put a great ball forward in the 19th minute that lead to a great attacking chance. The second half, however, was a different story.
Palacio's run that led to a goal was right through the middle of the box. No one accounted for him, and he'd been knocking on the door all afternoon.
Poor form from Bonucci and Juve on that one, 6.1 rating.
Andrea Barzagli was solid as is so often the case with him, 6.8 rating.
Here are the ratings for other key players for Juventus: Claudio Marchisio-6.9 rating. Kwadwo Asamoah-6.4 rating. Simone Padoin-6.4 rating. Federico Peluso-6.2 rating. Paul Pogba-6.3 rating. Sebastian Giovinco-6.1 rating.