Juventus‘ substitutes Arkadiusz Milik and Timothy Weah were decisive for the Old Lady against Lazio, helping the Serie A giants qualify for the Coppa Italia Final despite a 2-1 loss at the Stadio Olimpico.


Mandas 6.5 – Produced an excellent save on Vlahovic in the first half, but he could do nothing to deny Milik in the dying minutes.

Casale 6 – He’s been improving since Tudor’s appointment, which is good news for Lazio and the Italian national team.

Romagnoli 5- He should have stayed closer to Milik who scored the goal that sent Juventus to the Final.

Gila 6 – Replaced during the break due to an injury after a decent performance. (46′ Patric 6)

Hysaj 6 – Defensive performance, as predictable.

Guendouzi 6.5 – Proper box-to-box midfielder. The ex-Arsenal man won almost all duels in central midfield (85′ Pedro N/A).

Cataldi 6 – No key passes, but accuracy was more than acceptable with 89% (81′ Rovella N/A).

Marusic 6.5 – A goal-line clearance in the second half kept Lazio in the game.

Felipe Anderson 5.5 – Not enough quality in the final third despite some promising moves (61′ Vecino 5.5).

Luis Alberto 7 – Two key passes, including an assist for Taty’s second goal. Ironically, he has stepped up after saying he wanted to rescind his contract with the club.

Castellanos 8 – Probably his best performance this season. Two goals and they would have been more if it wasn’t for Perin (81′ Immobile N/A).

Coach: Tudor 7 – Lazio played with intensity and courage. Castellanos’ early goal helped them. The Bianconcelesti dominated and would have deserved to go to extra time.


Perin 7 – A crucial save on Castellanos seconds before the break. Without that, the match would have changed dramatically for the Bianconeri.

Alex Sandro 4.5 – Beaten by Castellanos after just 12 minutes, the Brazilian was shaky for the whole game.

Bremer 5.5 – Lost too many duels for 80 minutes, but pushed Lazio players off the box after Milik’s goal.

Danilo 5 – Like all his compatriots, the captain also struggled at the Olimpico tonight. Castellanos’ huge chance before the break came after he slipped.

Cambiaso 5.5 – Unhappy with the substitution, but he looked exhausted in the second half and made too many technical errors (70′ Weah 7).

McKennie 5 – Allegri wasn’t happy with the American midfielder and wanted to replace him during the break. Not enough quality for the ex-Schalke man with 67% passing accuracy. He seems so tired. (82′ Yildiz N/A)

Locatelli 5.5 – Not a different performance from what we’ve witnessed all season. Short and simple passes, tough physically. He’ll be suspended in the Final after receiving a yellow card.

Rabiot 6 – A decent performance, nothing more.

Kostic 6 – There are signs of improvement, but the Serbia international is not as decisive as last season in the final third.

Chiesa 6.5 – He created Juventus’ first chance at the Olimpico and showed the attitude Allegri wants to see. Pressing opponents and trying to be a reference point for his teammates in attack (90′ Alcaraz N/A).

Vlahovic 5.5 – He had a couple of opportunities but lacked the determination to score (82′ Milik 7).

Coach: Allegri 5 – An ugly Juventus reached the Coppa Italia Final with the minimum effort in the second leg. Will he be able to save his job if the Binconeri keep offering these kinds of performances?

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