Juventus Player Ratings vs Atalanta: Allegri’s Men Happy to Escape With a Draw

At the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo, Atalanta hosted Juventus in one of the most anticipated showdowns of Serie A Round 7. While many were hoping for an exciting encounter worthy of two Top Four rivals, we were instead treated to a cagey and inspiring affair between two teams were appeared content to share the spoils, even if La Dea emerged as the more daring side. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who settled for a point at the end of a forgettable stalemate against the hosts Atalanta.

Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny – 6

A mixed bag from the Polish goalkeeper. On one hand, he pulled off a superb fingertip save to direct a dipping freekick from Luis Muriel toward the woodwork. But his failure to handle a long-range shot almost saw Teun Koopmeiners score a late winner.

Federico Gatti – 5.5

Similarly to his goalkeeper, the Italian defender almost had backlashes from last weekend’s horror show in Sassuolo when he sloppily lost his marker late in the match. This almost culminated in a goal for Atalanta.

Gleison Bremer – 6.5

A solid display at the back from the former Torino man who won the vast majority of his duels against Charles De Ketelaere. Left the pitch with what could be a cramp in the final minutes.

Danilo – 6.5

A no-nonsense display from the Juventus skipper who made a string of decisive blocks. Comfortably dealt with Ademola Lookman.

Weston McKennie – 6

The American had a tough task against the young and energetic Matteo Ruggeri but held his own on both phases. Solid if not spectacular.

Nicolò Fagioli – 5.5

The young Juventus midfielder tried to add some flair to his side, but this cagey type of encounter isn’t his preferred playing ground. His delivery wasn’t always on cue.

Manuel Locatelli – 6.5

The former Sassuolo man was arguably the best Juventus player on the pitch. Won back possession on countless occasions while helping bring the ball forward.

Adrien Rabiot – 6

The Frenchman started slowly and seemed to be lacking sharpness. But his display grew with the match, putting his massive engine on display while others began to tire.

Andrea Cambiaso – 5.5

An underwhelming display from the former Bologna on the left flank. Cut inside on some occasions, but he was at times wasteful with the ball.

Federico Chiesa – 6

As is often the case, Juventus turned to the Euro 2020 for inspiration. He often tried to dribble his way into the box, finding mild success on this front. His shot on goal was the most dangerous chance in the match for the visitors. However, his touch let him down on some occasions.

Moise Kean – 5.5

With Arek Milik and Dusan Vlahovic both out, the Italian didn’t make the best out of a rare opportunity. He had some decent flashes and tested Juan Musso on one occasion, but he mostly struggled to hold the ball.


Fabio Miretti – 6

The 20-year-old saw little of the ball but wasn’t afraid to engage in duels in the middle of the park.

Filip Kostic – 6

A decent cameo from the Serbian who offered a more threatening presence on the left flank than Cambiaso, even though he hardly had the chance to inflict damage as Juventus were starving for the ball.

Kenan Yidliz – N/A

Timothy Weah – N/A

Daniele Rugani – N/A

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