Serie A: Sampdoria vs Juventus Player Ratings as the Old Lady get a lucky 3-1 victory

Sampdoria vs Juventus

Sampdoria vs Juventus: Sampdoriasquared off against Juventus at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium in Matchday 29 of the ongoing edition of the Serie A.

The 1st half was equally shared by both the teams on everything apart from the goals, as Juventus were 2-0 up in the 1st half, credits to an own goal by Maya Yoshida and a penalty scored by Álvaro Morata.

The 2nd half was dominated by Juventus mostly but in the 84th minute a heavily deflected free kick shot by Abdelhamid Sabiri went inside the nets to make the scoreline 1-2. However, in the 88th minute, Álvaro Morata’s headed goal restored the two goal lead for Juventus and finally the match ended 1-3.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for Sampdoria vs Juventus match:-

Sampdoria vs Juventus Player Ratings


Wladimiro Falcone (5.8/10): The goalkeeper would like to forget his performance tonight as he was scored passed twice, once by his own player.

Omar Colley (6/10): The defender was solid defensively as he made some good tackles and blocks. However, could do a bit more to prevent the goals.

Maya Yoshida (5/10): The veteran center-back had a very unsatisfactory performance as he scored his own goal, but he did make some blocks.

Tomás Rincón (6/10): The defensive midfielder had a fairly decent performance making some good interceptions and some good passes.

Tommaso Augello (6/10): The Italian left-back was good on the left flank and kept running up and down and also tried to provide some crosses.

Bartosz Bereszynski (5.8/10): The Polish right-back was fairly okay both on and off the ball and also helped defensively.

Stefano Sensi (6.2/10): The Italian midfielder was good on the ball and made some good passes and also tried to create some chances.

Morten Thorsby (6/10): The midfielder had a satisfactory performance keeping the ball and making some good passes and combinations.

Antonio Candreva (6/10): The veteran midfielder was very much involved in the game making some good passes and combinations and also made some shots. However, his penalty was saved.

Francesco Caputo (6/10): The Italian striker tried to make some things happen but could not do much. He did however make some passes and also some shots.

Fabio Quagliarella (5.7/10): The Italian forward could not do much in the attack tonight apart from some passes and combinations.


Abdelhamid Sabiri (6.2/10): He played some good passes after coming on as a sub and scored a free-kick after a big deflection, which was just a consolation.

Sebastian Giovinco (5/10): He played a few passes after coming on but mostly he was ineffective.

Simone Trimboli: N/A

Andrea Conti: N/A


Wojciech Szczesny (7.4/10): Juventus goalkeeper made some good saves tonight and was proactive in front of the goal and was able to keep a clean sheet and even saved a penalty.

Daniele Rugani (6.7/10): The Italian center-back was very solid defensively making some good blocks and tackles.

Matthijs de Ligt (6.7/10): The Dutch center-back was really solid as well making stops and blocks to keep the Sampdoria attack out.

Luca Pellegrini (6.6/10): The left-back was good on the ball and carried the ball well and also made a few good passes.

Danilo (6.6/10): The Brazilian right-back had a similar performance as his partner on the left flank a she made some good on and off the ball runs and also helped defensively.

Arthur (7/10): The Brazilian midfielder was the absolute motor in the midfield tonight as he kept the ball and dribbled past players to create chances and made some excellent passes.

Manuel Locatelli (6.9/10): The Italian midfielder had a very decent performance tonight making some good passes and also some good runs. He provided the assist for the 3rd goal.

Adrien Rabiot (6.5/10): The French midfielder was also very good on the ball making some good passes and interceptions as well.

Juan Cuadrado (6.7/10): The Colombian winger put on a hard shift today running up and down the field helping in both attack and defence.

Álvaro Morata (8/10): The Spanish striker had a fabulous night as he scored two goals, one from a spot-kick and another from a header.

Moise Kean (6.7/10): The Italian forward was good in the attack and tried to make things happen and also won a penalty.


Dusan Vlahovic (5/10): He did get a few chances to score after coming on but could not capitalize on them. Had an overall ordinary performance.

Alex Sandro: N/A

Mattia De Sciglio: N/A

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