Juventus Player Ratings vs Verona: Cambiaso to The Rescue

At the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Juventus hosted Verona in the 10th round of Serie A. Despite bagging a brace, Moise Kean’s name doesn’t appear on the scoresheet due to two VAR interventions. But just when the Bianconeri faithful were beginning to despair, Andrea Cambiaso scored the solitary goal of the evening right at the death. So here are our player ratings for Juventus who temporarily sit on top of the table following a dramatic 1-0 win over Verona.

Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny – 6.5

The Polish goalkeeper didn’t put a foot wrong all night. Produced a stunning save to deny a stinging volley from Federico Bonazzoli in the first half.

Federico Gatti – 6.5

A solid performance at the back from the former Frosinone defender who constantly surged forward. While his attacking ventures weren’t all crowned with success, he delivered the cross that resulted in the winner.

Gleison Bremer – 6.5

The Brazilian’s poor clearance almost gifted Bonazzoli a goal while his distribution was hit-and-miss. That being said, he was a rock at the back as is often the case.

Daniele Rugani – 6.5

Another fine outing from the longtime Juventus servant who’s earning a rare run in the starting lineup. However, he sustained a booking for a needless challenge.

Timothy Weah – 5.5

A lukewarm outing from the former Lille man who didn’t pose much threat in the final third and hardly delivered crosses to the strikers. Maximiliano Allegri decided to haul him off at halftime in favor of Miretti.

Weston McKennie – 6.5

The former Schalke man is proving to be useful for Juventus whether in the middle or on the right flank. Provided the assist for Kean’s second disallowed goal with a sublime cross.

Manuel Locatelli – 7

Slowly but surely, the Italian is blossoming into one of the finest deep-lying playmakers in Serie A. Provided excellent distribution all while shielding the backline.

Adrien Rabiot – 6.5

An energetic display from the Frenchman who also had a spectacular effort on Lorenzo Montipo’s goal. Dominated the middle of the park.

Filip Kostic – 6

The Juventus winger provided Kean and Vlahovic with exquisite crosses. He could have grabbed a couple of assists on another night, but instead, he left the pitch early empty-handed.

Moise Kean – 7

The former Everton man endured one of the most unluckiest evenings of his career, having to watch two brilliant goals disallowed by VAR. The Verona defenders couldn’t cope with his deadly mixture of skills and strength.

Dusan Vlahovic – 5.5

The former Fiorentina man put himself at the team’s service but wasted a few inviting chances.


Fabio Miretti – 6

The Juventus youngster had his highs and lows during the match. But he was the one who switched the play to the right side on the winner,

Federico Chiesa – 6

The Euro 2020 winner came extremely close to scoring on a few occasions. He certainly added a flair to the final third.

Andrea Cambiaso – 7

The left-back opened his Juventus account with a 97th-minute winner. But even prior to that significant moment, he had managed to set the left flank ablaze following his introduction.

Arkadiusz Milik – 6.5

Despite his short cameo, the Pole proved to be decisive once again. His header was denied just over the line but luckily for the Bianconeri, Cambiaso was there to poach the rebound.

Kenan Yildiz – N/A

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