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Las Palmas 1-2 Real Madrid: Player Ratings

Las Palmas 1-2 Real Madrid: Player Ratings

Man of the match – Camavinga (8)

With a delicious chipped pass to Vinicius for the equalizer, the young Camavinga is establishing himself as a key player for Real Madrid. He was impactful in midfield and decisive in the key moments, showing his full range of abilities and deserving his status as a talent. His compatriot Aurélien Tchouaméni replaced him in the 81st minute and scored the winning goal for the Merengues with a powerful header at the near post three minutes later.

Las Palmas (4-5-1)

Álvaro Valles (5.5): Made several saves against an unstoppable Vinicius, the Las Palmas goalkeeper was decisive in keeping his team ahead. Unfortunately, he could do nothing about the two goals conceded.

Cardona S. (5): The Spanish left-back showed some good things, especially in the first half when he created some good chances. Less impactful in the second half, Cardona had a mixed match.

Alex Suárez (5): He conceded numerous fouls but was able to contain the Real Madrid attacks on numerous occasions.

Marmol (5): Like his fellow center-back Suárez, the young Marmol defended intelligently against the attacks of the fiery Brazilians Vinicius and Rodrygo.

Marvin Park (6.5): Very dynamic on his right side, the right-back showed the full extent of his talent. He created dangerous crosses, especially in the first half, but they were not finished off by the striker who is missing from the promising Las Palmas team. He was replaced in the second half by Herzog (69′).

Perrone (5.5): Despite numerous passes back or sideways, the 20-year-old Argentine midfielder is the metronome of this team. Elegant and calm, Perrone could be promising if he expands his technical range.

Muñoz (6): Scorer in the 52nd minute of the game, Javi Muñoz was rewarded for his very good first half, which was all about control and serenity. Kaba came on for him in the 89th minute to try to win the game for his team, but to no avail.

Rodríguez K. (C) (5.5): The captain did not have his best performance today. However, his outside-of-the-foot pass to Ramírez for his team’s goal reminds us why we love football so much.

Munir El Haddadi (5.5): With Marvin, they form the strong side of Los Amarillos. Extremely active, Munir was able to deliver some nice passes that broke through the Real Madrid midfield. However, we expect more from such a talented player. Less brilliant in the second half, the Moroccan was replaced by Pejino (78′).

Moleiro (4.5): Struggling against Carvajal, Moleiro was unable to make a difference and was eventually replaced by the French Loiodice (69′).

Sandro Ramírez (6): Despite a difficult match against a solid Real Madrid defense, on the goalscoring action, the striker managed to get past Rüdiger and provided a decisive pass for Muñoz. He was replaced by Marc Cardona (78′).

Real Madrid (4-3-3)

Lunin (GK) (5): Not really in danger, the Ukrainian was not radiant today. Helpless on Las Palmas’ goal where he can do nothing, Lunin offers us a sober performance.

Fran Garcia (6.5): Nice performance from the young Spanish left-back. Despite a difficult first half where his left flank turned into a boulevard, the second was much more prolific for Fran Garcia. His great mobility contributed to the rise of the White House in the second half.

Rüdiger (6): Dangerous twice from a free kick in the first half, the German defender could have reassured his teammates early on but missed the frame by a narrow margin. Despite a solid defense with Nacho, Rüdiger’s slowness prevents him from stopping the action of Las Palmas’ goal, taken out of speed by Ramirez.

Nacho Fernández (C) (6.5): A true Swiss Army knife for the Merengues, the Spanish international rarely disappoints. A bit passive on Los Amarillos’ goal, Nacho remained focused and solid throughout the match.

Carvajal (6): After a sluggish first half, the Spanish right-back managed to rectify the situation in the second half. Always true to himself, combative and determined, Carvajal pushed to win his team until he scored a goal that was disallowed for offside 4 minutes after the opening goal.

Ceballos (5.5): Preferred to Valverde and Modric today, Dani Ceballos had to prove himself. After a good first half where the Spaniard caused quite a few fouls, the second half saw him slow down until he was replaced by his Uruguayan rival Valverde (59′).

Camavinga (8): see above

Kroos (7.5): What would a free kick be without Toni Kroos’ right foot? Nothing. Naturally irreplaceable in Real Madrid’s game due to his intelligence and calmness, the midfielder stood out from the others today with his precision. Every free kick was a danger for Los Amarillos. Finally, it was not until the 83rd minute of the game that the German was rewarded by placing the ball on Tchouaméni’s head to deliver his team.

Diaz (4): The summer signing completely missed his match. In the absence of Jude Bellingham (suspended), the Spanish midfielder had to bring something in the midfield and in the transition, and he did not do it. A match to forget for Brahim Diaz, who was replaced by Joselu (59′).

Rodrygo (6): Not a reference match for the Brazilian striker who, despite a few interesting opportunities, was not up to the match and was too often in the shadow of Vinicius. So much so that the rising star Arda Güler replaced him (81′) without shining either.

Vinicius Junior (8): When Bellingham is not there, Vinicius is not afraid to put on the leader’s costume. At the origin or at the conclusion of all of Real Madrid’s actions this afternoon, the Brazilian was very dangerous as soon as he touched the ball. Despite a few missed chances, at the 65th minute of the game, Vini found the back of the net with a half-volley with his left foot after being graciously served by Camavinga. In added time (90′), he was replaced by left-back Ferland Mendy, who came on to preserve the score.

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