Player Ratings: Real Madrid 0-0 Real Betis – 2021/22
Real Madrid ended their LaLiga season with a goalless draw at home to Real Betis on Friday evening.
What probably was the highlight of the game came in 70th minute. The Real Madrid faithful showed their love to both Marcelo and Isco in what could be their last ever game for the club.
The LaLiga champions finished their season with 86 points from their 38 games. Carlo Ancelotti’s men will now have two days off before returning to training on Monday. On Thursday, they will travel to Paris for their biggest game of the season – the Champions League final against Liverpool on Saturday.
Thibaut Courtois: 7/10
Not much at all for the Belgian to do tonight.
Dani Carvajal: 7/10
A solid performance from Carvajal who was flawless at the back and provided width in attack.
Eder Militao: 8/10
A huge improvement over his performance against Cadiz on Sunday. The Brazilian was resolute at the back and his buildup play was also excellent.
Nacho has been in decent form as of late and that continued tonight. The Spaniard was rarely troubled and was a calming presence at the back.
Ferland Mendy: 7/10
A decent showing from Mendy. The Frenchman was good in defence, as always is the case, and he also was a threat in attack.
Luka Modric: 7.5/10
Luka rarely drops a performance below 7. Tonight he showed yet again that he still has what it takes to play at this high level despite his age.
Toni Kroos: 8/10
Very good performance from the German. Kroos was Real Madrid’s brightest player in the first-half, completing 40/43 passes and creating the most chances out of any player.
Rodrygo Goes: 6/10
Continued his good form with another bright performance. The Brazilian came close to scoring on a number of occasions but couldn’t find the right finish.
Karim Benzema: 6/10
A lively performance from LaLiga’s top scorer but no goals to show for his hard work.
Vinicius Jr: 7/10
An electric display from the Brazilian but he couldn’t quite find the perfect pass or shot.
Eduardo Camavinga: 8/10 – Came on to replace Casemiro. The Frenchman was brilliant coming off the bench, showing both his defensive and attacking qualities. Madrid’s midfield is in safe hands.
Fede Valverde: 7/10 – Came on to replace Toni Kroos. The Uruguayan barely put a foot wrong during his time on the pitch.
Dani Ceballos: 6/10 – Came on to replace Luka Modric. The Spaniard was excellent on the ball and looked eager to score against his former team.
Isco: 6/10 – Came on to replace Rodrygo. The Spaniard played what was his last game at the Bernabéu.
Marcelo: 6/10 – Came on to replace Ferland Mendy. The Real Madrid captain came on to a standing ovation from the Bernabéu faithful in what could be his final appearance for Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu.