Real Madrid: Players Ratings from the 4-1 home win against Huesca

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Real Madrid, Fede Valverde
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Lucas Vazquez – 7/10

Lucas Vazquez put on an admirable shift at the right-back position. Defensively covered his spaces and did not let anything go past him. Vazquez also put in the cross for Benzema’s goal.

Eder Militao – 6.5/10

The center backs for Real Madrid did not have much to do as Huesca’s was not a massive threat in attack. Militao got easily beaten by Rafa Mir early in the match that led to a shot at goal.

Other than that, the Brazillian fared well as he won two tackles, two aerial duels, and had two clearances.

Sergio Ramos – 7/10

It was a quiet day for Sergio Ramos, as he did not have to deal with much. Anything that came his way, he dealt with them with ease and performed well in Real Madrid’s buildup from the back. El Capitan completed 15 long balls in the match, along with 91% of his total passes.

Marcelo – 7/10

Marcelo does not look like the dynamic left-back of the old. He has lost his edge in attack, and his defensive frailties remain.

Still, the Brazillian worked well to be an outlet for his teammates on the left and was very involved with an xGbuildup of 1.47 per He covered his space well and won the ball that led to the third goal.

On the other hand, he failed to track his player on the Huesca goal, and he was often out of position in defense.


Casemiro – 6.5/10

Casemiro’s form continues to be in question. His performance this season has not looked as potent as they did last season. He still managed to win three tackles and completed three clearances, according to

Fede Valverde – 8/10

Fede Valverde continues to impress with his form. He scored a brilliant goal and assisted Hazard for the Belgian’s goal.

Valverde also completed 91% of his passes.

Luka Modric – 7/10

Luka Modric dictated the tempo of the game and helped Real Madrid control the middle of the park. The Croatian had the most touches and most passes in the match. He also created two shot opportunities for his teammates.