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Juventus 1-0 Genoa Player Ratings – Serie A Week 28

March 23, 2015

Carlos Tevez scored a golazo but missed a penalty in Juve’s 1-0 win over Genoa.

Juventus were missing Paul Pogba and Andrea Pirlo so coach Max Allegri switched to a 3-5-2 system, including Andrea Barzagli at the back.

Juve dominated the first half and the pressure finally paid off when Roberto Pereyra played in Carlos Tevez who fired home a great shot to leave Perin clutching at air.

Despite missing a penalty in the second half, Juve coasted to victory to earn another vital 3 points and edge ever closer to the Scudetto.

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Gianluigi Buffon

Had the occasional save to make, but nothing the verteran keeper couldn’t handle easily. Mostly untested and untroubled for most of the game

6.5 / 10


Stephan Lichtsteiner

Tore up and down the right flank when he could, beaten by Bergdich on a few occasions but seemed to play better for having Barzagli next to him.

6.5 / 10


Leonardo Bonucci

A little suspect in his choice of passes, especially so close to his own goal. Improved as the game went on.

6.0 / 10


Giorgio Chiellini

One of his better recent performances, keeping Lestienne quiet and contained. Strong in the air, drew fouls from the opposition strikers and was defensively sound all game.

6.5 / 10


Andrea Barzagli

Shown in 3 games just what Juve have missed for much of the season. Made a vital interception on Roncaglia’s cross to deny a certain Genoa goal. Outstanding.

7.0 / 10


Arturo Vidal

Hard-working as always, but not his best performance. Gave the ball away on more than one occasion, less of a threat in the final third of the pitch.

6.0 / 10


Claudio Marchisio

Exceptional in midfield. Worked very hard in front of defence but also made some spectacular passes that Pirlo would have been proud of.

7.0 / 10


Simone Padoin

Very little contribution in attack but defended very well to limit Genoa’s attacks.

6.0/10


Roberto Pereyra

A great display, full of great runs and brilliant passing. Provided the assist for the opener and could have set Juve up for a second on the counter attack.

7.0 /10


Carlos Tevez – MOM

Scored a sublime first goal beating two defenders and the keeper in the process. Unfortunately missed his penalty and was a little quiet in the second half.

7.5 / 10


Fernando Llorente

Great holding up the ball but he had his chances to score and he failed to take any of them. A tough game for the Spaniard who can’t seem to buy a goal at the moment.

6.5 / 10

 

Substitutes

Alessandro Matri

N/A


Simone Pepe

N/A

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