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Jesus Fernandez: 7/10
With Diego Lopez injured and Iker Casillas having gone completely out of favor with Mourinho, fourth-choice goalkeeper Jesus Fernandez got his first ever start between the pipes for Real Madrid. It certainly didn't look like Jesus was playing in his debut, as he made some great saves—particularly in the first half—commanded his area reasonably well and played coolly with the ball at his feet. The young keeper didn't have a chance on Osasuna's two goals.
Alvaro Arbeloa: 5.5/10
Just like he has been for most of this season, Arbeloa was largely quiet and inconsistent against Osasuna. He didn't push forward all that much on the outside and when he did, it amounted to little. Didn't have too much to deal with on his flank, but he should have have done a much better job closing down Torres on the visitors' second goal.
Ricardo Carvalho: 6.5/10
Was a little rash at times in his tackles but, all in all, was the best performer at the back for Madrid—a positive way to finish off his time at the Spanish capital.
Raul Albiol: 6.5/10
Dealt well with some difficult crosses into the box and was forced to bail out Callejon on a couple occasions. Was caught out of position a few times, but overall, he had a decent performance.
Jose Callejon: 5.0/10
Not particularly accustomed to playing at fullback, and it showed as he was often left overwhelmed by Osasuna's surging runs forward (the fact that Di Maria didn't offer much in the way of defensive cover didn't help). Had a better second half when he was able to move into midfield and managed to score a goal, but he really could have had more considering the numerous opportunities he had at his disposal.