Player Ratings: Sevilla 1-1 Real Madrid – 2023/24
Real Madrid come from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Sevilla on Saturday evening.
David Alaba’s own goal midway through the second half gave Sevilla the lead. Dani Carvajal equalised almost immediately to secure a point for his side.
The result keeps Real Madrid top of the LaLiga table, four points clear of Barcelona, who face Athletic Club on Sunday. Carlo Ancelotti’s men will play next Saturday’s Clasico as league leaders.
Up next, Braga in the Champions League.
Kepa Arrizabalaga: 8/10
Made a big error to allow Sevilla the chance to open the scoring. The Spaniard did however make amends after his mistake with a string of superb saves to keep his team in the game.
Dani Carvajal: 8.5/10
Carvajal continued his excellent form with another brilliant performance. The Spaniard made a goal line clearance in the first half and later scored the all-important equaliser.
Antonio Rüdiger: 7/10
Had a few altercations with Sergio Ramos but was solid throughout.
David Alaba: 6/10
Back in the starting lineup after recovering from injury. The Austrian was solid throughout the game and was unlucky to have scored an own goal.
Ferland Mendy: 6/10
Nowhere near as solid in defence as he used to be. Ferland was very suspect defensively and offered nothing moving forward.
Fede Valverde: 6.5/10
Didn’t have the energy to track back as often as he normally does. The Uruguayan looked tired from the start.
Aurélien Tchouaméni: 6.5/10
Not at the level we’ve come to expect from him this season. Tchouaméni didn’t shield his defence well enough.
Toni Kroos: 7/10
Toni Kroos was a little sloppy at the start but grew into the game. The German assisted Carvajal equaliser with a well-taken set-piece.
Jude Bellingham: 7/10
Jude was lively in the early stages but grew tired as the game went on. The Englishman had very little space to create any danger and was well marshalled by Sevilla.
Rodrygo Goes: 5/10
Rodrygo’s goalless streak continues. The Brazilian had a number of decent chances but couldn’t make the most of them.
Vinicius Jr: 6/10
Quiet game from the Brazilian. Vinicius was Madrid’s most threatening player but never really came close to scoring.
Eduardo Camavinga: 6/10 – Came on to replace Tchouaméni.
Luka Modric: 6/10 – Came on to replace Valverde.
Joselu: N/A – Came on to replace Rodrygo late on.
Brahim Diaz: N/A – Came on to replace Vinicius late on.
Fran Garcia: N/A – Came on to replace Mendy late on.