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Juventus 3-2 Fiorentina Serie A Week 33 Player Ratings

April 29, 2015

Carlos Tevez bagged a brace and Fernando Llorente was back on the scoresheet to take Juve a point away from another scudetto.

Juve went behind after Andrea Pirlo tripped Joaquin to earn Fiorentina a penalty but the Bianconeri were on level terms within minutes when Pirlo lofted a free kick into the box for Llorente to head home.

Carlos Tevez put Juventus ahead right on half time when he nodded home Patrice Evra’s perfectly weighted cross before sealing the game late on with a fine solo effort from Marchisio’s through ball.

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Gianluigi Buffon

Didn’t have a single save to make from open play and he guessed the right way for both of Fiorentina penalties. Unable to get close to Ilicic’s great free kick.

6.0 / 10

Stephan Lichtsteiner

Looked really out of sorts for much of the game and he nearly gifted Fiorentina a clear goal scoring opportunity through a poorly taken free kick.

6.0 / 10

Andrea Barzagli

Another strong performance with some great tackles and interceptions. Kept Mario Gomez quiet for the entire game.

6.5 / 10

Giorgio Chiellini

Made a careless tackle that earned Fiorentina a penalty. That aside, his tackling was great and he managed to mark Salah out of the game for large spells.

6.0 / 10

Patrice Evra

Superb performance throughout. Tackles, harried and pushed forward every chance he got. A beautiful cross provided the assist for Tevez’ first goal.

7.0 / 10

Claudio Marchisio

Exceptional in midfield and in his 300th Juventus appearance. Had a scoring chance of his own charged down before providing a deft through ball for Tevez to seal the result.

7.0 / 10

Stefano Sturaro

His best game in a Juve shirt so far, combative and hard working, made countless tackles to deny Fiorentina and looked a little like a young Gattuso.

7.0 / 10

Andrea Pirlo

Gave away a blantant penalty but redeemed himself moments later by delivering a perfect weighted free kick for Llorente to head home.


Roberto Pereyra

Much imporved from his disappointing showing against Torino. Lively in the final third while creating chances for his teammates.

6.0 /10

Carlos Tevez

Utterly brilliant. Scored two perfect goals to put Juve ahead, the first a header, the second a superb solo effort.

8.0 / 10

Fernando Llorente

Scored a great header to bring Juve back into the game. Held up play well, made some great runs and looked more like the Nando of old.

6.5 / 10



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