"Turf...just has a different bounce to the ball." You obviously have not played soccer much.
Yes, the ball bounces differently, but that is not the problem. The problem has to do with the speed the ball rolls. Players who spend all season on grass become accustomed to hitting a pass with a certain degree of strength. It takes some time to reprogram the brain regarding the weight of the pass. Also, balls cannot be played into space as easily because they run. Players have to adjust on how much to lead a player with a pass. Last, the turf exposes any technical deficiencies in terms of receiving the ball. A player who can get away with a poor first touch on grass will be unable to do so on turf; the ball rolls away from the player quickly.
Hopefully EV had the opportunity to practice on turf prior to the game.