Real Madrid: Player Ratings from the 1-2 loss against Deportivo Alaves

Real Madrid, Casemiro (Photo by Mario Hommes/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)
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Real Madrid, Isco
Isco of Real Madrid (Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images) /


Marco Asensio – 4.5/10

Asensio continues to be underwhelming. He had little involvement in the first half, and while he got on the ball more in the second, his impact was not as desired.

Eden Hazard – 6/10

Eden Hazard did not have many touches, but he looked like he was slowly getting into the game. He made a fantastic run to the box, followed by a penalty shout that got dismissed right before he got taken off because of injury.

Mariano Diaz – 6/10

There is no denying Mariano’s effort. He plays his heart out every time he is on the pitch, but his technique and quality on the ball are much to be desired.


Rodrygo – 5/10

Rodrygo replaced Hazard in the first half, but he was not able to take up the mantle from the Belgian. He did not see the ball much, and even when he did, it was less than influential.

Vinicius Junior – 5.5/10

Vinicius brought in a lot of energy with him and tried to take on his markers but failed to complete any dribbles. He did get a shot in at goal that led to Casemiro’s goal.

Isco – 7/10

Isco looked the most promising of the substitutes. He tried to play vertical and switched play insistently, which led to opening for Los Blancos and shooting opportunities. He had two key passes and almost equalized for Real Madrid in dying minutes but got denied by the crossbar.

Martin Odegaard – 6.5/10

Similar to Isco, Odegaard was a wholesome introduction to the match and played some sleek passes.

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Ferland Mendy – 6/10

Mendy did not offer much more than Marcelo going forward, but he did look more stable in the back.