Juventus Player Ratings vs Fiorentina: Miretti Breaks His Duck

At the Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence, Fiorentina hosted Juventus in the most anticipated encounter of Serie A Round 11. While it wasn’t the most spectacular of performances, it was exactly the type of display that pleased Massimiliano Allegri. The Bianconeri took the lead early on through Fabio Miretti and defended their lead until the final whistle. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who remain on Inter’s heels with a 1-0 win over Fiorentina away from home.

Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny – 7

The former Arsenal man made three brilliant saves to earn his sixth clean sheet in a row. His heroics included denying Nico Gonzalez’s low drive and a dipping freekick from Cristiano Biraghi.

Federico Gatti – 6

The Italy international had a few scares at the back but it was a solid display overall.

Gleison Bremer – 7.5

A formidable showing from the Brazilian defender who was rock solid at the back. Bullied Lucas Beltran out of the match before having the best of M’Bala Nzola. No opponent stood a chance against him in the air.

Daniele Rugani – 7

Another convincing display from the former Empoli man who pulled off a perfectly timed clearance to prevent Nzola from heading home.

Weston McKennie – 7

The American is growing from strength to strength with every new outing. Kept Christian Kouame quiet while offering vital contributions upfront. He trotted up and down the right lane for 90+ minutes.

Fabio Miretti – 6.5

The young Juventus midfielder finally broke his duck for the senior team, scoring a close-range opener. He looked lively and dangerous in the final third but still needs to be more composed in possession.

Manuel Locatelli – 7

The former Sassuolo man sat deep and shielded the defense as only he could. Never allowed a ball to escape him, as he ended up making a flurry of interceptions and clearances.

Adrien Rabiot – 7

This was probably the finest performance of the campaign thus far from the stand-in Juventus captain. Played an integral role in the goal and dominated the battle in the middle of the park.

Filip Kostic – 7

The Serbian provided the sublime assist for Miretti and made himself a thorn in Fabiano Parisi’s back. Found mild success in his battle against Gonzalez, albeit he had to commit a few fouls to stop the Argentine in his tracks.

Federico Chiesa – 5.5

It wasn’t a memorable return to Tuscany for the Euro 2020 winner who was rarely involved. Juventus dropping back and sitting deep surely didn’t help his case.

Moise Kean – 6

The former Everton man was one of several Juventus players involved in Miretti’s goal. With his team starving for possession, he didn’t have many opportunities to stride forward, but still threatened the opposition with a few decent runs.


Andrea Cambiaso – 6

A fruitful outing for last weekend’s hero who played as a left-central midfielder. Almost nodded home Juve’s second but was denied by Terracciano.

Dusan Vlahovic – 5.5

The Serbian was wasteful with the ball at his feet and couldn’t connect with Milik’s cross.

Arkadiusz Milik – 6

A decent cameo from the former Napoli man who was composed on the ball while also tracking back to support his Juventus teammates.

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