Juventus Player Ratings vs Bologna: Yildiz Completes Sensational Comeback

On the closing curtain of the penultimate Serie A round, Bologna and Juventus played out one of the most exciting draws of the season at the Renato Dall’Ara. The home side already had a two-goal lead after ten minutes, and Riccardo Calafiori completed his personal brace after the break to make it 3-0. But just when we all thought the Old Lady was dead and buried, late goals from Federico Chiesa, Arkadiusz Milik and Kenan Yildiz restored parity. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who blemished the Champions League celebrations in Bologna by snatching a stunning 3-3 draw.

Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny – 6.5

The Pole conceded three goals but pulled off a few excellent saves, including one in the first minute of the match.

Federico Gatti – 5.5

In earnest, the Italian was the pick of a poor defensive bunch, but Montero still opted to sacrifice him when switching to 4-3-3.

Gleison Bremer – 4.5

A below-par display from the Brazil international who left Danilo hanging on the second and third goals.

Danilo – 4.5

Just like Bremer, the Juventus defender was to blame for two Bologna goals, as he struggled to cope with the pace of the young Bologna players.

Andrea Cambiaso – 5.5

A disappointing return for to the Renato Dall’Ara for the wingback who couldn’t produce much on the right flank and got himself booked for a needless booking which ended his season with a one-match ban.

Fabio Miretti – 4.5

The young Juventus midfielder struggled to cope with the pace and flow of the Bologna midfielders and vented his frustration with a nasty tackle that earned him a yellow card. Like Cambiaso, he was hauled off at the break.

Manuel Locatelli – 5.5

It wasn’t a memorable display by any means, but the Euro 2020 winner fought hard for the cause, trying his best to forge something in midfield.

Adrien Rabiot – 5

A weak display from the Frenchman who failed to impose his will in midfield.

Samuel Iling-Junior – 5.5

The young Englishman tried to produce the goods on the left flank, but his impact was limited.

Dusan Vlahovic – 5

The Serbian was a shadow of the inspired striker who delivered the Coppa Italia to Juventus on Wednesday. Was left starving for service and lost his battle against Lucimi.

Federico Chiesa – 6.5

It was a listless display from the Italian, but eventually made the most of an error at the back to poach the goal that kickstarted the comeback.


Timothy Weah – 5.5

The American played as a right-back so he didn’t have much attacking contribution, but was decent at the back.

Carlos Alcaraz – 5

The Argentine was hardly an upgrade on Miretti.

Kenan Yildiz – 7.5

The teenager was the driving force behind the Juventus comeback. Won the freekick that yielded Milik’s goal and then won back possession and scored the goal that completed the remarkable comeback.

Arkadiusz Milik – 6.5

The Pole scored the second Bianconeri goal thanks to a slight deflection

Nicolò Fagioli – 6

The Juventus midfielder marked his return from a lengthy suspension with a decent display. His team’s rhythm improved following his entry.

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