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Pablo Zabaleta, Manchester City, 6.5
Zabaleta was nonexistent in the first half when City played with three defenders at the back but had more of an impact in the second half when the Citizens moved to a back four.
Zabaleta was one of six players to earn yellow cards in the second half. He earned his in the 58th minute.
Alexander Kolarov, Manchester City, 6
Kolarov was taken off at the beginning of the second half for Javi Garcia.
In his time on the pitch, Kolarov was the man in charge of taking the free kicks for City, but he did nothing spectacular with those chances.
Maicon, Manchester City, 5.5
The Brazilian was at fault for the Real Madrid goal as he failed to cover Karim Benzema's run from behind him, and the Madrid forward was left wide open and easily put the ball past Joe Hart.
Maicon moved back to his traditional fullback position when Garcia came on the pitch at halftime, and City switched to a 4-4-2.
His impact on the match was much more positive in the second half, but that mistake in the first half on the goal overshadowed any good the Brazilian did on Wednesday.
Alvaro Arbeloa, Real Madrid, 5.5
Arbeloa was the man sent off for Real Madrid after earning his second yellow card in the 73rd minute.
His first yellow card came off of a clumsy tackle on Sergio Aguero in the 32nd minute, and his second yellow card will be debated by many on if it really was worth giving a penalty to Aguero.
Arbeloa was sent off, and Aguero converted the penalty for City which stood as the equalizer.
Fabio Coentrao, Real Madrid, 6.5
Coentrao's name was not called much by the match commentators on Wednesday, which is not a bad thing for the Portuguese fullback.
Coentrao did have the most touches out of all the Madrid players at the Etihad Stadium with 68.