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PLAYER RATINGS | Almería 1-2 Real Madrid

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Real Madrid had to dig deep to beat an impressive Almería in their first game back in the top-flight.

UD ALMERÍA

Fernando: 8.5 – Made 13 saves on the night, an impressive display to keep out several Real Madrid opportunities.

Chumi: 5.5

Kaiky: 7.5 – The 18-year-old Brazilian oozed class beyond his years, going toe-to-toe with Vinícius multiple times and showing impressive pace and defensive awareness.

Rodrigo Ely: 7 – Dogged performance alongside his compatriot, unlucky to be on the losing side.

Srdan Babić: 6.5

Sergio Akieme: 6.5

Samú Costa: 6

Íñigo Eguaras: 7 – Assisted Ramazani’s goal with a brilliant long ball, catching the Real Madrid rearguard unawares.

Lucas Robertone: 6.5

Largie Ramazani: 7.5 – Calmly slotted past Courtois to give Almería the lead and was a constant thorn whenever the hosts went on the offense.

Umar Sadiq: 6

SUBSTITUTES:

Curro Sánchez: 5 – Squandered a good shooting opportunity late on.

Dyego Sousa: 5

José Carlos Lazo: 6.5

Arnau Puigmal: 6

Francisco Portillo: 6

REAL MADRID

Thibaut Courtois: 7 – Did not stand much of a chance in saving Almería’s goal, but an assured performance nonetheless, making 5 saves.

Lucas Vázquez: 8 – Scored in the first half but was ruled offside. Eventually grabbed his goal to score Madrid’s equaliser in the 61st minute.

Antonio Rüdiger: 5.5 – Slow to react for Almería’s goal.

Nacho Fernández: 6

Ferland Mendy: 6.5

Aurélien Tchouaméni: 4.5 – Difficult La Liga debut, struggled to influence the game.

Eduardo Camavinga: 4

Toni Kroos: 7

Fede Valverde: 7 – Another tireless performance from the Uruguayan, operating more centrally than usual due to Vázquez’s frequent overlaps.

Karim Benzema: 7 – Given little space to operate in by Almería’s compactness, but linked up with Vinícius and co.

Vinícius Jr.: 8 – Was the catalyst to every positive Madrid movement in the final third, relentlessly driving at the Almería low block with his directness and creativity.

Eden Hazard: 7 – Sharp off the bench.

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