Juventus Player Ratings vs Lazio: More Woes for Dreadful Bianconeri

At the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Lazio and Juventus went head-to-head in the biggest showdown of Serie A Round 30. The Bianconeri never truly came to life and were eventually playing for a single point which slipped in the final play of the match courtesy of a dramatic winner from Adam Marusic. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who extended their dreadful run with a 0-1 defeat at the hands of Lazio on Igor Tudor’s debut.

Juventus (4-3-3)

Wojciech Szczesny – 5.5

The Pole produced some decent saves but almost gifted Lazio a goal with a poor pass. He was left stranded on the winner.

Danilo – 6

The Juventus captain fought hard at the back, but one would expect more attacking support from someone playing at right-back on paper.

Gleison Bremer – 5.5

The Brazilian lost track of Taty Castellanos in the early going but then asserted control in the area, but still had caused Bianconeri fans some scares including an incident that could have yielded a spot-kick.

Daniele Rugani – 6

A no-nonsense display from the Italian defender who was reliable if not spectacular.

Mattia De Sciglio – 5

The former Milan fullback was understandably rusty after an 11-month layoff so he had a rough time at the back, though he helped create Chiesa’s dangerous first-half chance.

Fabio Miretti – 5

The Juventus youngster ran hard during the first 45 minutes but his side was clearly losing the midfield battle which prompted an exit at halftime.

Manuel Locatelli – 5.5

The former Sassuolo man wasn’t always on cue in his distribution and couldn’t truly assert his dominance in the middle of the park.

Adrien Rabiot – 6

The Frenchman worked hard to retrieve the ball and also put Chiesa through on goal with a clever pass. But it still wasn’t his most proficient outing.

Andrea Cambiaso – 5.5

The new Italy international played in an unconventional position as a right winger and struggled to offer his contribution on either end of the pitch.

Moise Kean – 6

The Italian striker remains without a goal this season, but his hardworking ethics didn’t go unnoticed. Did well to push his team forward but never had a clear chance on goal.

Federico Chiesa – 6

The Euro 2020 winner had some moments of brilliance and also produced the most dangerous Juventus chance in the first half. But it remains insufficient considering his high standards.


Weston McKennie – 6

The American added some energy in the final third but it wasn’t enough for Juventus. He couldn’t block Mateo Guendouzi’s cross that led to the winner.

Samuel Iling-Junior – 4.5

A below-par outing from the young Englishman who was wasteful in possession and shaky at the back

Timothy Weah – 5

He was introduced as a winger but didn’t have any impact in the final third.

Kenan Yildiz – 5.5

The Turkish teenager only had a few touches and squandered a promising chance.

Nikola Sekulov – 5

Sadly for the winger, his senior debut ended on a devastating note as he failed to properly track Marusic.

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