I was lucky enough to be able to work from home in the afternoon, and so got to see the game. I'm proud of how we played, we looked "in form" despite the loss!
Frankly, the Juve of this moment are one of the most in form teams I've ever seen-- they remind me of Mourinho's Chelsea circa 2005, in that they can play for ten straight minutes without the opposition even getting possession, and they pile on relentless pressure with clever, interweaving attacks. There is no shame in losing to a team that is playing like that.
Juventus did enough to win I think, but I should point out anyway that the hundred-plus year refereeing bias towards Juventus was on full display today-- on the free kick goal, the ref never even blew the whistle, and Del Piero took the kick right when the referee was arguing with Pirlo. I don't think the referee was even watching, or saw the ball go in, yet he allowed the goal to stand anyway.
He also failed to reward an absolutely cream free kick for us right on the edge of the 18 yard box when Kozak was hacked down at the very end of the match. That would have been a prime equalizing opportunity for Hernanes, but instead the referee sent off Kozak for arguing. Gotta' love Italian culture.