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Sampdoria 0-0 Juventus Player Ratings

Juventus were abysmal as they were held to a 0-0 draw against a plucky Sampdoria side who snuffed out the Bianconeri front line.


Perin: Made an excellent stop when one-on-one with Leris and aside from a few routine takes, he was seldom troubled.  6.5/10

Danilo: A couple of decent runs from the right but nothing of note. 6.0/10

Bremer: Made a huge error early in the first half that could have cost Juve dearly but was solid thereafter. 6.5/10

Rugani: Dealt with a few clearances easily and was responsible for playing the ball out from the back. 6.0/10

Sandro: Very shaky early on and easily pressured off the ball. Subbed at half time. Dreadful. 4.5/10

Cuadrado: Good movement off the ball and had a good early chance that he should have squared to Vlahovic. Drifted in and out of the game thereafter. 5.5/10

Rabiot: Offered precious little bar a side footed effort late in first half. Had a goal chalked off in the second half. Frustrating. 5.0/10

Locatelli: Sitting so deep that he was unable to make any telling contribution to the midfield efforts. 5.0/10

McKennie: No real bite at all, played closer to Vlahovic but offered next to nothing in terms of threat. 4.5/10

Kostic: A subdued figure early on but forced a save from Audero on the 20′ min mark. Better as the game went on and had a chance to win it late on. 6.0/10

Vlahovic: Cut a very frustrated figure with next to no service at all in the opening ’45. More of the same in the second half. 5.5/10


De Sciglio: Better than Sandro and offered more of a threat after he entered the game. 6.0/10

Miretti:  Had an immediate impact in getting Juve moving forward. Far more direct 6.0/10

Rovella:  N/A

Kean:  N/A



Audero: Made a brilliant stop when one-on-one with Cuadrado.  6.5/10

Bereszynski: Pressed down the right flank and caused Juve some problems . 6.0/10

Ferrari:  Barely troubled by the Juve front line 6.5/10

Colley: Had control of Vlahovic the entire match, marking him at every opportunity and snuffing out every half chance. 7.0/10

Augello: Caught out by Cuadrado but regained his form thereafter to see out the half in control. 5.5/10

Vieira: Had a strong grip of the midfield battle and was barely pressured by his Juve counterparts.  6.5/10

Leris: Had to do better when in on goal and denied by Perin. 6.0/10

Rincon: Offered some real steel in the midfield and worked doggedly. 6.0/10

Sabiri: Arguably one of Samp’s better players in the first half, creating some half chances in the final third. 6.0/10

Djuricic: Tried to pull the strings behind Caputo. 6.0/10

Caputo: No clear chances of note, but still proved to be a threat with his movement. 6.0/10



Villar: 5.5/10




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