Real Madrid faced off against Getafe at the Estadio Coliseum Alfonso Pérez earlier tonight as they looked to earn a good result on the road in La Liga. Los Blancos made a dream start to the game as they took the lead in the third minute courtesy of Eder Militao’s goal. Carlo Ancelotti’s men controlled the game well and managed to get into the half-time break 1-0 up on the scoreline.
Both teams canceled each other out in the second half as the contest finished 1-0 in favour of Los Blancos.
Let’s take a look at how each Real Madrid player fared during the match against Getafe.
GK: Andriy Lunin – 7/10
The talented keeper made a couple of decent saves at the back and earned an important clean sheet away from home.
RB: Dani Carvajal – 7.5/10
Carvajal was solid when defending inside his half and even managed to create two good opportunities in the final third.
CB: Eder Militao – 9/10
Militao didn’t put a foot wrong on the defensive end of the pitch and was a real threat going forward. He scored the only goal of the game in the third minute which was enough for Los Blancos to bag all three points tonight.
CB: Antonio Rudiger – 7/10
Rudiger dealt with the danger when needed and would be quite pleased with the clean sheet.
LB: David Alaba – 7/10
He didn’t do much wrong when defending at the back and even orchestrated two inviting chances from the left flank.
CM: Luka Modric – 7/10
Modric controlled the flow of the game really well and picked up an assist for setting up Militao’s goal.
CM: Aurelien Tchouameni – 7.5/10
He anchored the midfield with conviction and was a real threat in the final third.
CM: Eduardo Camavinga – 6.5/10
The French talent worked hard but lacked quality in the Getafe half.
RW: Federico Valverde – 7/10
Valverde managed to create some meaningful openings for others around him but failed to register a goal.
ST: Rodrygo – 7/10
He caused a few problems for the Getafe defenders but failed to finish off any of the chances that fell in his path.
LW: Vinicius Junior – 8/10
The Brazilian sensation completed a few dangerous runs in the final third and created a handful of promising opportunities for his teammates to score.
CB: Nacho – N/A
He kept things tidy at the back.
RW: Marco Asensio – N/A
Asensio had a few bright moments in the final third.
ST: Mariano Diaz – N/A
He didn’t get enough time to influence the game.