Player Ratings: Juventus 4-0 Lecce

Posted on 17/10/2010


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Marco Storari (6.5)
Only had to make one difficult stop on Corvia in the first-half, but was otherwise secure on crosses and positioned well.

Zdenek Grygera (6.0)
Untroubled by Lecce for the entire match and did what was asked of him in a decent showing as he continued to battle for space with Marco Motta.

Leonardo Bonucci (7.0)
Sound performace at the back alongside Chiellini as the duo continue to improve their understanding. To be honest, he had fairly little to worry about.

Giorgio Chiellini (7.0)
The Italian international was always there to clear the ball and never took any chances at the back.

Paolo De Ceglie (5.5)
Eager to get forward, but often struggled when under pressure in the defensive end and showed too much of the ball, resulting in a couple losses of possession

Milos Krasic (8.0)
Top of the Match

The Serbian continues to be the team’s best player. He perhaps went down far too easily for the penalty. However, two assists, hitting the post, and creating chance after chance still made him the best on the pitch.

Felipe Melo (7.0)
The Brazilian scored a cheeky penalty and battled hard all afternoon to control the midfield along with Aquilani and Marchisio. Went off after 63 minutes, to be saved for the Europa League.

Alberto Aquilani (7.5)
The former Liverpool man looks to be returning to his best shape and earned a standing ovation. His technical skill in the middle of the park was clear and he scored his first goal for the club with a well-taken long range strike.

Claudio Marchisio (7.5)
Helped his side to dominate. Showed he is getting more comfortable in a wide position in the first-half with some outrageous skill on the by-line and also tracked back when needed.

Fabio Quagliarella (7.0)
He sometime tries the audacious too often, but his desire paid off at the end of the first-half when he scored his side’s third goal with a header. Should have had a second though when he chipped over the net in the second-half.

Amauri (6.5)
The former Palermo man was desperate to get his first Serie A goal this season, but was left frustrated. He contributed to some nice build-up play though.


Mohamed Lamine Sissoko (6.0)
Was used to shore up the midfield in the final stages and did a satisfactory job of it.

Simone Pepe (N/A)
Given a late run out by Del Neri.

Alessandro Del Piero (7.0)
The club legend needed no time to make his mark as he scored an excellent goal by firing the ball into the top corner to make it 4-0.


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