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Lecce 0-3 Juventus: player Ratings

Man of the Match: Dusan Vlahovic (7)

Vlahovic was the difference-maker for Juventus, scoring twice to help his side to a hard-fought victory. The Serbian striker was in the right place at the right time to score both goals, and his performance will be a big boost for Juventus as they continue to chase the Scudetto.

Lecce (4-3-3)

Gabriele Falcone (5): Falcone couldn’t do much about either of Vlahovic’s goals, but he made a few good saves to keep the score down.

Luigi Gendrey (5): Gendrey and his defensive teammates did well to hold out for a while, but they eventually succumbed to Juventus’ pressure.

Paolo Baschirotto (5): Baschirotto started well, but he couldn’t keep up with Vlahovic and eventually gave away the second goal.

Martin Pongracic (5): Pongracic did well to contain Juventus’ attacks early on, but the pressure eventually told.

Marco Gallo (5.5): Gallo worked hard defensively and also contributed in attack. He was replaced by Dorgu in the 62nd minute.

Adam Kaba (5): Kaba was inconsistent, but he did show some solidity when Juventus took their foot off the gas.

Riccardo Ramadani (6): Ramadani was a nuisance for Juventus, winning some good balls and creating chances. He was one of the few Lecce players who stood out.

Luis Gonzalez (5): Gonzalez struggled to make an impact and took few risks. He was replaced by Blin in the 60th minute.

Yann Oudin (5): Oudin had a few chances, but he was too inaccurate and didn’t pose much of a threat. He was replaced by Pierotti in the 63rd minute.

Marko Krstovic (6): Krstovic started well and created some good chances, but he was eventually contained by Juventus’ defense. He was replaced by Piccoli in the 72nd minute.

Sebastian Almqvist (5.5): Almqvist had a few good moments, but he couldn’t do enough to trouble Juventus’ defense. He was replaced by Sansone in the 72nd minute.

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Juventus (3-5-2)

Wojciech Szczesny (6): Szczesny had a quiet night and didn’t have to make many saves.

Mile Gatti (6): Gatti played a solid game and didn’t take any risks.

Gleison Bremer (7): Bremer was excellent defensively and capped off his performance with a goal to seal the win.

Danilo (6)**: Danilo helped Juventus keep a clean sheet and contributed to the attack.

Andrea Cambiaso (6.5): Cambiaso didn’t have a great game, but he did provide a superb assist for Vlahovic’s first goal. He was replaced by Alex Sandro in the 81st minute.

Weston McKennie (6.5): McKennie was involved in both of Juventus’ goals and played a key role in the win.

Manuel Locatelli (6.5): Locatelli was solid defensively and helped to control the midfield.

Fabio Miretti (5.5): Miretti worked hard, but he wasn’t as effective as he has been in recent games. He was replaced by Weah in the 57th minute.

Filip Kostic (5): Kostic struggled to create chances and was eventually replaced by Iling in the 74th minute.

Dusan Vlahovic (7): See above.

Alessandro Yildiz (5.5): Yilmaz had a few good moments, but he was well-defended by Lecce. He was replaced by Milik in the 74th minute.

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