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Juventus 2-0 Spezia Player Ratings

Juventus took the early lead through a Dusan Vlahovic but rode their luck against a resolute Spezia side before killing off the game through Arek Milik.


Tek: Little to do until the 40th minute when he flapped at the ball and was badly injured in the process. 5.0/10

Danilo: Pretty static and did little to support Cuadrado in the final third. Had a great chance to seal the result but blazed it over. 5.5/10

Gatti: A little shaky in the early exchanges but picked it up in the second half. A tough debut for the new-man. 6.0/10

Bremer: Covered well in the early stages and pushed Juve up from the back. A rock in the second half. 6.5/10

De Sciglio: Offered very little by way of an attacking threat. Marginally better in the second half, but that’s not saying much. 5.5/10

Miretti: Started where he left off last time – Electric, constantly moving forward and supporting the attack. Supplied the perfect assist for the late winning goal. Another great display from the youngster. 7.0/10

Rabiot: Started very brightly, pressing and pushing forward when he could. A little wayward in the second half, no telling final ball. 6.0/10

Locatelli Looked a little shaky under pressure in the first half. 6.0/10

Cuadrado: Had chances down the right flank but his early efforts were wasted and he was largely disappointing. 5.5/10

Kean: Positive start, playing slightly wider and drifting in but quickly faded and created nothing.  5.0/10

Vlahovic: Made another exceptional start, converting a beautiful free kick and had a handful of chances from set-pieces. 7.0/10


Perin: Solid after he came on, but seldom tested. 6.0/10

Di Maria: Offered some real invention and clever forward balls. 6.0/10

Kostic: Still seems to be adapting to the game. 5.5/10

Milik: Lively after coming on and took the second goal really really really well. 6.5/10

Sandro: N/A



Dragowski: Could do very little on the opening goal but not tested much for the rest of the game. 6.0/10

Hristov: Under pressure early on but seemed in control after Juve’s early pressing. 6.0/10

Kiwior: Aside from the early Juve goal, he had little do in terms of Juve pressure and did a good job of marshalling Vlahovic. 6.0/10

Nikolaou: Played a really solid opening ’45 and continued to create from deep in the second half. 6.5/10

Holm: Played some great balls in from the wide areas to open up the Juve back line. 6.0/10

Kovalenko: Had one half chance in the first ’45 that was charged down but little else. 5.5/10

Bourabia: A solid enough start, some good passes to try and move Spezia into the Juve half. 6.0/10

Bastoni: Reckless early challenge that earned him a booking. 5.0/10

Reca: Applied  good pressure to and keep Cuadrado contained. 5.5/10

Gyasi: Was a livewire and had the ball in the net early on, albeit offside. Did well enough, despite being out of position. 5.5/10

Nzola: Got into the right positions but spent too long on the ball. Improved in the second half with some half chances  6.0/10






Sanca: N/A

Ellertsson: N/A


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