Juventus Player Ratings vs Cremonese: Fagioli Punishes Old Comrades

At the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Juventus launched their 2023/24 home jersey when hosting Cremonese in the 35th round of Serie A. The Bianconeri dominated possession from start to finish, but struggled to create chances in the first half against the resilient Tigers. Nonetheless, it was Nicolò Fagioli who found the breakthrough with a vicious shot early in the second period, while Gleison Bremer sealed the win with another goal. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who consolidated their second position in the league standings with a 2-0 win over Cremonese.

Juventus (3-5-1-1)

Mattia Perin – 6

This may have been the easiest clean sheet in the Italian’s playing career. Made one or two routine saves throughout the match while acting as a bystander for the vast majority of the evening.

Federico Gatti – 6.5

Another convincing display at the back from the former Frosinone man, albeit he was hardly tested.

Gleison Bremer – 7

The Brazilian was a rock at the back, but a fine defensive display wasn’t enough to satisfy his hunger. Pushed forward in search of a goal, coming close in the first half before earning it in the second period.

Danilo – 6.5

The Juventus captain was solid in defense while also darting forward on the left wing in support of his teammates.

Juan Cuadrado – 6

The Colombian wasn’t too influential in the first half with the majority of the plays coming from Chiesa’s left wing. His impact increased after the interval, but it wasn’t too flashy of a display.

Nicolò Fagioli – 7.5

A superb outing from the young Italian midfielder who provided a quality touch to an already star-studded midfield. Launched the play that led to the opener when he picked up Chiesa with a marvelous ball before finishing it himself with an absolute scorcher, but refused to celebrate against his former club.

Leandro Paredes – 6

The Argentine is displaying signs of improvement as of late. Produced a decent display, but it remains too little too late to salvage his Juventus career.

Adrien Rabiot – 6.5

A generous display as ever from the former PSG man who asserted his authority in the middle of the park. But should have done better when he received a golden opportunity in front of goal.

Federico Chiesa – 6.5

The Italian winger had his highs and lows, but eventually made the difference by dribbling his way into the box and providing the assist for Fagioli.

Paul Pogba – 6

The unlucky French star made his first start of the season with a broad smile on his face and seemed to be enjoying himself with a series of flicks and tricks. Sadly, his evening ended on a sorrowful note just 21 minutes into the match after suffering yet another injury setback.

Dusan Vlahovic – 5

The Serbian received very little service while wasting the few chances he had to pull something off.


Arkadiusz Milik – 6

The Pole worked extremely hard and even dropped back to support his Juventus teammates at the back, but he’ll rue his luck after being denied a goal by a marginal offside call.

Angel Di Maria – 6.5

An impactful cameo from the Argentine who added the missing flair to the final third. Picked up Milik with a sensational through ball for the disallowed goal.

Samuel Iling-Junior – 6.5

The young Englishman enjoyed a fine outing on the left flank and even had a claim for a penalty kick. Linked up brilliantly with Di Maria.

Tommaso Barbieri – N/A

Moise Kean – N/A

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