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Juventus 3-0 Bologna: Player Ratings

Juventus finally got back to winning ways with a confident performance which included goals from Arek Milik, Dusan Vlahovic and Filip Kostic.

Juventus

Tek: Barely tested all night. Very comfortable. 6.0/10

Danilo: Solid at right-back, occasionally drifting into the centre of the pitch and whipping in crosses down the flank. 6.0/10

Bremer: Very composed when dealing with what little Bologna pressure there was. Very composed. 6.5/10

Alex Sandro: Some good crosses from the flank and generally better than in recent weeks. Good chance late on to score a 4th. 6.0/10

Bonucci: Strong in the tackle and well in control at the back. A better display from the captain. 6.5/10

McKennie: Positive early start, fired a header straight at Skorupski. Mixed thereafter but played a perfect cross for Vlahovic to head home. 6.0/10

Rabiot: A little wasteful with possession but he was full of energy and hustle throughout. Should have done better in the moments when he got into the opposition box. 6.0/10

Locatelli: A few shots from range early on and more controlled as the game went on. Solid. 6.5/10

Kostic: Scored his first Juve goal with a lovely finish from a tight angle and played in a decent cross to Milik that should have been scored. Solid.  7.0/10

Milik: Had a superb chance that was right at the keeper, had to do better with that and the ball from Kostic. Amazing volley to score Juve’s third, the sweetest strike – hit the post with another effort. 7.5/10

Vlahovic: Made the right decision to play in Kostic to score the opener and scored an excellent header from McKennie’s cross. Had a great chance for a second that was put just wide. 7.0/10

Substitutions:

Cuadrado: Set up the Milik goal, a decent little cameo with a late chance for a 4th goal. 6.0/10

Paredes: 5.5/10

Miretti: 5.5/10

De Sciglio: N/A

Kean: N/A


Bologna

Skorupski: Could have done better on the opening goal but did well to deny Milik – Should have done better on the Vlahovic header, had no chance on the Milik effort. 4.0/10

De Silvestre: Put in a some good blocks to deny Kostic and Sandro but struggled for periods. 4.5/10

Sosa: A tough game to debut in where he had a lot to cope with in Milik and Vlahovic. 4.5/10

Bonifazi: Caught out when pressured and had a torrid night of it. 5.0/10

Lyogiannis: Ambitious effort from a well placed free-kick and generally better when he got forward. 5.5/10

Schouten: Made some good tackles to break up Juve attacks and was arguably the better of the Bologna midfielder. 5.5/10

Dominguez: Too slow on the ball at times and all too easily out-muscled. 4.0/10

Soriano: Created nothing of note in the first half. Subbed off after a poor game. 4.0/10

Orsolini: Struggled to really get into the game at all in the first ’45 and more of the same in the second. One great chance blazed wide. Poor. 4.0/10

Arnautovic: Looked a little static in the early stages and got little service. Created nothing. 3.0/10

Sansone: Pretty quiet in the opening half, his only contribution being the giveaway leading to the Juve goal. 3.5/10

Substitutions:

Vignato5.5/10

Cambisso: Great chest and volley that he should have scored.  5.5/10

Medel5.5/10

FergusonN/A

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