Juventus Player Ratings vs Torino: Wasteful Vlahovic, Solid Bremer

In the standout fixture of Serie A Round 32, Torino and Juventus locked horns in the Derby della Mole. Sadly for those who tuned it, this one turned out to be a major letdown with neither side truly pushing for victory. They both seemed content with the stalemate. In a game of two halves, the Bianconeri had the upper hand in the first 45 minutes before fading after the interval. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who settled for a goalless draw against crosstown rivals Torino.

Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny – 6.5

Another well-deserved clean sheet for the Pole who denied Antonio Sanabria in the second half. He almost left the pitch in the final minutes with a bloody nose, but insisted on standing his ground.

Federico Gatti – 6

The former Frosinone man found Vlahovic with a great cross early on, but his poor passing skills offered possession to Torino on several occasions. Did well overall at the back, and had seemed to get on Duvan Zapata’s nerves.

Gleison Bremer – 7

A rock-solid display from the Brazilian against his former employers. He used his experience, strength, pace and at times gamesmanship to keep Zapata at bay.

Danilo – 6

The Juventus captain made some important interventions at the back but kept his attacking forays very limited.

Andrea Cambiaso – 6

A hardworking display from the former Genoa man who was all over the pitch, but at times lacked precision.

Weston McKennie – 6

The American put on a shift in the middle of the park, but like Cambiaso, lacked the final touch when it mattered the most.

Manuel Locatelli – 6

A solid if not spectacular shift from the Euro 2020 winner who sat deep and protected the backline, but couldn’t truly raise the pace for Juventus.

Adrien Rabiot – 5.5

A mediocre display by the Frenchman’s high standards. His passing wasn’t too sharp and was hesitant to shoot in the final minute.

Filip Kostic – 5.5

The Serbian did fairly well to limit Raoul Bellanova’s threatening runs and crosses, but found little success when he went forward himself.

Dusan Vlahovic – 5

The former Fiorentina star had two glorious chances from close range to put Juventus in the lead but hit the post on the first and was denied by Vanja Milinkovic-Savic on the second. He never truly had opportunities to make amends in the second period.

Federico Chiesa – 6

The Italy star had his moments in the first half and deserved to have an assist to his name after putting Vlahovic through on goal. But he was left starving for the ball in the second half and left the pitch at the hour mark.


Samuel Iling-Junior – 5

A forgettable cameo for the young Englishman who allowed Bellanova to skip past him on one occasion and also lost the air duel against Valentino Lazzaro which almost resulted in a Torino winner.

Kenan Yildiz – 6

The Turkish teenager looked dangerous whenever he had the ball at his feet and even produced the solitary Juventus shot on target in the second half. But like Chiesa, his teammates hardly provided him with the ball.

Moise Kean – N/A

Alex Sandro – N/A

Carlos Alcaraz – N/A

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