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Juventus snatched the 94th draw against Bologna thanks to a goal from Dusan Vlahovic. Who were the best players? And the worst? Discover our tops and flops in this article.


Luca Pellegrini: One of the only ones to have been irreproachable during this match. The Italian tried and dribbled a lot. He delivered several interesting crosses but the attackers could not take them back. He confirms to be the best side of the club this season.

The return of Alessandro Del Piero to the Allianz Stadium: Failing to have a show on the ground, we saw it in the stands. The best player in the history of Juventus was finally back at the stadium. Is this the end of his differences with Andrea Agnelli? We hope so and we hope to see it many times.


Mattia De Sciglio : Very bad game from the Italian side. Whether defensively or offensively, he has been picking up the whole game. He deserves his contract extension. Not sure.

Giorgio Chiellini : Our captain is getting older and it shows, which is normal. He is not exempt from any reproach on the goal of Bologna and was not irreproachable on this match. Unfortunately, this is becoming more and more frequent.

Alvaro Morata : He will have been much too messy in attack. Whether in his strikes or in his decision-making, the Spaniard was not good.

John Square: A game to forget for the Colombian international who has just extended his contract until 2023. He made no difference and missed the inevitable, he touched the bar when the goal was empty.

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