CM Toni Kroos
A tremendous first half, just as good as he was over the weekend against Cadiz. Toni Kroos was masterful with his passing out of his own half, always being calm and always finding the right option. He was close to getting an assist, too, just as he should have had multiple assists on Matchday 37 of LaLiga.
Kroos finished with three key passes, 93 percent of his attempts completed, and seven of nine accurate long balls.
Casemiro got the bizarre plays out of his system in this tune-up game, going for a shot from way out of the box and also making an ill-advised challenge. He did have a couple of blocked shots and a trio of clearances, contributing well defensively before being subbed at the halfway mark. There is no doubting his importance in transition defensively against the star-studded Liverpool attack.
CM Luka Modric
Luka Modric had two dribbles completed and two fouls drawn for Real Madrid in the final game of the LaLiga season, leading the team with 58 passes attempted. The Croatian magician completed a touch over 93 percent of those passes.
One of the best players in the world even still, Modric’s strong finish to the season bodes well for him next weekend in Paris. Modric could be the Man of the Match vs. Liverpool.
CM Eduardo Camavinga
Eduardo Camavinga is such a classy player. He came off the bench and absolutely bossed it for Real Madrid, recording a jaw-dropping six tackles in one half. His passing was solid, and his attacking output was great, viewing his three fouls drawn and two dribbles completed. Camavinga can truly do it all in midfield.
With three dribbles completed, Isco was progressing the ball and looked very quick in his final game for Real Madrid. The free agent has shown that he still has plenty to offer another team as an attacking outlet.