Getafe vs. Real Madrid: Live Player Ratings for Los Blancos

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Getafe vs. Real Madrid: Live Player Ratings for Los Blancos
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Real Madrid travel the short distance to Getafe on Sunday afternoon knowing only a win will do.

Atletico Madrid (3-0) and Barcelona (6-0) both posted resounding victories on Saturday to move three points clear of Carlo Ancelotti's men in the table, and they must now reciprocate with a victory.

The Azulones, on the other hand, will be looking to put more distance between themselves and the dreaded La Liga relegation zone.

Here, B/R will provide live player ratings—updated at both half-time and full-time!—for Los Blancos.

Real Madrid XI
Player Position H/T Rating F/T Rating
Diego Lopez GK 7 7
Alvaro Arbeloa RB 6 6
Pepe CB 7 8
Sergio Ramos CB 6 8
Marcelo LB 6 7
Xabi Alonso DM 7 7
Luka Modric CM 6 7
Angel Di MarĂ­a CM 7 8
Jese LW 8 7
Gareth Bale RW 6 6
Karim Benzema ST 7 7
Isco (on 74') CF N/A 6
Asier Illarramendi (on 80') CM N/A 6
Casemiro (on 83') CM N/A 6



Real Madrid XI

Diego Lopez: Didn't have a lot to do, but looked sharp and ready whenever he was called into action.

Alvaro Arbeloa: Saw little of the ball and little pressure from the opposition. Solid, unspectacular.

Pepe: Made up for a mistake with an incredible tracking tackle, dealt with Getafe's attackers well overall.

Sergio Ramos: Alongside Pepe, Ramos was excellent on the ground and in the air.

Marcelo: Some strong surges forward were quelled, and Madrid largely played without him in the final third. Grabbed an assist, technically, for Luka Modric's goal.

Xabi Alonso: Quiet, but efficient, in the midfield engine room as usual.

Luka Modric: Not his usual dominant self, but was fouled constantly to disrupt his influence. Got a yellow card for hand-ball and scored a cracking 20-yard effort.

Angel Di María: A star in central midfield, leading rabid counterattacks and making things happen between the lines.

Gareth BaleMissed a great chance to make it 3-0, but generally effective in the direct system Carlo Ancelotti has set out. Hardly his finest game, though.

Karim Benzema: Took his goal superbly and set Bale up for a good chance at 2-0. Strong overall showing.

Jesé: Took just five minutes to grab a superb individual goal. Rapier-like on the counterattack.


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