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Torino 2-1 Juventus Serie A Week 32 Player Ratings

April 27, 2015

Andrea Pirlo gave Juve the lead but Torino came back with goals from Mattia Darmian and Fabio Quagliarella to earn their first Derby win in 20 years.

Torino started the brighter but Andrea Pirlo’s sublime free kick gave Juve the lead. Torino pushed back and Mattia Darmian’s half volley bought the scores level before Fabio Quagliarella’s side-footed shot put the Granata ahead and earned them all 3 points.

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Gianluigi Buffon

A good early save to deny Quagliarella but was left stranded for both Torino goals by his defence.

6.0 / 10

Stephan Lichtsteiner

A reall disappointing outing from the Swiss defender where he failed to created or contribute anything of note.

5.5 / 10

Leonardo Bonucci

A few decent clearances aside, he, and the other defenders were at fault for both Torino goals. A game to forget.

5.0 / 10

Angelo Ogbonna

Caught out on Torino’s winning goal but he had to mark two players. Was surprisingly decent for the remainder of the game, but that will undoubtedly go overlooked.

5.0 / 10

Simone Padoin

Struggled to contain Bruno Peres and was restricted to operating in his own half. Doesn’t always thrive at left-back.

5.5 / 10

Arturo Vidal

One of the few bright sparks in an otherwise disappointing display. Broke up attacks, pushed forwward when he could but wasn’t able to influence the game.

6.0 / 10

Stefano Sturaro

A tough game for the youngster where he seemed a little lost throughout the match – Wasted a golden opportunity to level the scores late on.

5.5 / 10

Andrea Pirlo

Afforded plenty of space by the Torino midfield, Maestro was at his best, pinging crosses, pulling the strings and scoring a brilliant opening goal. Sublime.


Roberto Pereyra

One or two passes aside, he was mostly MIA for much of the game and didn’t create anything of note.

5.0 /10

Alessandro Matri

Incredibly wasteful after missing at least 4 great chances to score. Held up play well but really should have had at least one goal on the day.

6.0 / 10

Alvaro Morata

A tough match for the youngster, didn’t make many of his usually brilliant runs into the box and struggled before being replaced by Llorente.

5.0 / 10



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