Lazio conceded a last minute goal to Juventus’ Paolo Dybala and suffered their seventh defeat of the season.
Here are the player ratings for Le Aquile.
Thomas Strakosha (5): Was a spectator for the entire match as Juventus didn’t have a single shot on target until the winner in the dying moments of the game. Strakosha could do nothing about Dybala’s neat finish.
Luiz Felipe (5): Had a quiet game at the back for Lazio but did deal with the threat of Mandžukić when necessary.
Stefan de Vrij (6.5): Defended well against Dybala and was one of the reasons Juventus didn’t manage a shot on target besides their last-minute goal.
Stefan Radu (5.5): Didn’t have an awful lot to do as Juventus offered no attacking threat for most of the match.
Senad Lulić (6): The Lazio Captain put in a standard performance for his side tonight.
Marco Parolo (5): Had no impact on the game and was unable to prevent Dybala from scoring in the last minute. A player who poses good physical strength, Parolo should have done better against Dybala.
Sergej Milinković-Savić (6.5): Was the most influential player in the Lazio midfield and had a good header saved superbly from Gianluigi Buffon, unlucky to not get on the scoresheet.
Jordan Lukaku (6): Was a threat on the left side of the pitch with his speed and dribbling but his final delivery was poor.
Luis Alberto (5): A quiet night for Alberto who displayed a good range of passing but couldn’t really find a killer ball for Immobile to pounce on. Was booked in the first half and subbed off after 70 minutes.
Ciro Immobile (6): Worked hard all game and was denied twice by Buffon heroics.
Felipe Anderson (5): Came on for Alberto in order to find a way through the Juventus defence but the Brazilian was kept quiet by Juventus’ defence.
Felipe Caicedo (4): Replaced Immobile for the last 10 minutes but didn’t offer the same threat his teammate did up-front for Lazio.
Alessandro Murgia (N/A): Was brought on in the dying moments of the game and had no time to make an impact.