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Serie A: Juventus vs Hellas Verona Player Ratings as the Old Lady get a comfortable 2-0 victory

Juventus vs Hellas Verona: Juventussquared off against Hellas Verona at the Allianz Stadium in Matchday 24 of the ongoing edition of the Serie A.

Although Verona dominated possession throughout the match, Juventus were clinical in front of the goal. They looked dangerous on the counterattack and also whenever they were on the ball. This was visible when Juventus’s marquee signing Dusan Vlahovic scored the opening goal on his debut in the 1st half with a superb chipped ball above the goalkeeper.

Later on, in the 2nd half, another January signing and debutant Denis Zakaria scored a brilliantly set up goal to secure all the 3 points for the Old Lady.

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

Juventus vs Hellas Verona Player Ratings

Juventus

Wojciech Szczesny (6.5/10): The goalkeeper did not have much to do apart from some very simple saves. He was also good with his passing.

Giorgio Chiellini (6.7/10): The veteran defender had a commanding performance in the heart of the defense making some excellent blocks and stops.

Matthijs de Ligt (6.7/10): The Dutch center-back was very good in the air today and also made some good tackles on the ground.

Mattia De Sciglio (6.5/10): The Italian left-back was good on the ball and carried the ball well. He was also solid defensively.

Danilo (6.4/10): The right-back made some good tackles and interceptions throughout the match. He also played some good passes.

Dusan Vlahovic (7.7/10): The Serbian striker was outstanding on his debut tonight, getting involved a lot both with and without the ball. He opened the scoring for the home side with a superb chipped goal.

Arthur (6.7/10): The Brazilian midfielder had a decent match tonight making some really good passes and interceptions and controlling the tempo in the midfield.

Paulo Dybala (7.2/10): The Argentine forward had a brilliant performance tonight assisting the 1st goal for Juventus. He got involved a lot with the ball whenever possible.

Adrien Rabiot (6.5/10): The French midfielder had a very satisfactory performance tonight making some really good passes and combining well with the teammates.

Denis Zakaria (7.5/10): The Swiss defensive midfielder had an amazing performance tonight getting involved with and without the ball, making interceptions, and also scoring the 2nd for Juve.

Álvaro Morata (7.2/10): The Spanish striker was ever involved in the matchmaking important passes and also dropping and carrying the ball. He assisted the 2nd goal for Juve.

Substitutes:

Daniele Rugani (5/10): He tried to get involved as much as he could in the short time he played playing some good passes and interceptions.

Juan Cuadrado (4.5/10): Did not have much to do as the lead was already up to 2 when he entered the pitch. But still tried to get involved in the game and tried to combine with others.

Weston McKennie: N/A

Moise Kean: N/A

Hellas Verona

Lorenzo Montipò (5.5/10): The goalkeeper did not have a particularly comfortable night as he was scored passed twice. He also made a few good saves.

Koray Günter (5.5/10): The German defender had a decent performance making good stops and interceptions, but he could have done a bit more.

Federico Ceccherini (5.4/10): The center-back got involved a lot not only defensively but also in the build-up often. Also, he made some good blocks.

Nicolo Casale (5.2/10): The defender could have done a lot more to prevent the goals from coming, but still however he made a few good tackles.

Miguel Veloso (5.3/10): The veteran defensive midfielder had a somewhat satisfactory performance tonight making some interceptions and also carrying the ball well.

Ivan Ilić (5.4/10): The midfielder made some good passes and combined well with his teammates but failed to find the killer pass.

Darko Lazovic (5.5/10): The Serbian winger was good on the ball and made some good passes. He also good some shooting opportunities but all was off target.

Fabio Depaoli (5.4/10): The 24-year-old midfielder carried the ball well and also combined well with his teammates. Overall, had a fairly decent performance.

Kevin Lasagna (5.5/10): The Italian striker worked hard in front of the attack, pressing high and trying to get to the long balls using his pace, but without much effect.

Antonín Barák (5.4/10): The Czech midfielder also got involved a lot with the ball and also got shooting opportunities. Overall, a somewhat decent performance.

Adrien Tamèze (5.4/10): The midfielder also played some good passes and carried the ball well. He also got a few shots but all were off target or into the keeper’s hands.

Substitutes:

Daniel Bessa (4.2/10): He tried to get involved as much as he can by making a few good passes and getting himself into spaces, but without any match-changing impact.

Nikola Kalinic (3.6/10): He did not have any such impact after coming on as a sub apart from some passes and runs.

Panagiotis Retsos (3.4/10): He was pretty much ineffective after coming off the bench. He could have been a little more energetic to try and create something.

Mateusz Praszelik: N/A

Bosko Sutalo: N/A

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