La Liga 2023: Real Madrid Vs. Valencia, Players Report

La Liga 2023: Real Madrid Vs. Valencia, Players Report | The Enterprise World

In a thrilling match in La Liga 2023, Real Madrid and Valencia clashed again for another match less than three weeks from their previous match in the Spanish Super Cup. 

Here are the full player ratings of La Liga 2023-

Thibaut Courtois- 7

The Belgian’s post-game remarks, “I had a terrific time watching the match,” perfectly sum up his evening. was swift in how he distributed the ball.

Nacho- 7

Played center back after Militao’s injury, but initially played right back to open the game. Always on the lookout for danger and fast to neutralize any counterattack.

Eder Militao- 7

Early on injured, but was playing well before being taken away. Two of his long, diagonal balls to Vinicius were perfectly struck.

Toni Rudiger- 7

Rudiger put up another strong showing. Had a goal from a corner kick disallowed due to a Benzema foul, according to VAR.

Eduardo Camavinga- 8.5

It gets more tempting the more he performs at left back. With the ease of a midfielder, he underlaps and pops up in central channels, but he also possesses the drive and skill to move up and down the left wing, beating opponents off the dribble. He allows Vinicius to start the game and has replaced the Brazilian’s lost partner in La Liga 2023.

Dani Ceballos- 9

Partidazo. When the game was over, fans at the Santiago Bernabeu chanted “Ceballos Quedate” (Ceballos, Stay). Again, his statistics speak for themselves: 103 passes were successfully completed (95% passing accuracy), including 11/12 long balls, 4/6 dribbles, 10 wins in duels, 3 drew fouls, 2 interceptions, and 2 successfully completed tackles.

Toni Kroos- 7

Early in the second half, he played Vinicius Junior the ideal through ball, almost setting up a goal. Sunk low to control the action and aid Madrid‘s build-out from the back.

Luka Modric- 7

Almost earned an assist in the first three minutes of the game with a pass to Asensio in the penalty area that split the defence. played 66 minutes, and Ceballos and Kroos were deeper in the build-up, therefore he played in a more advanced #8 position in La Liga 2023.

Marco Asenio -8

Despite missing three significant opportunities in the first half, resulting in an xG of.80, he was still able to produce an amazing golazo to break the tie with a long-range shot outside the corner of the 18-yard box.

Vinicius Junior- 8.5

Was the most fouled player (five times), and in the second half, Paulista assaulted him with a terrible tackle that resulted in the Valencia centre back receiving a red card. The 22-year-old was successful in scoring on his 200th outing for the team.

Karim Benzema- 7

Injury forced him to leave the game in the 60th minute, but he still contributed 2 assists and 5 vital passes in La Liga 2023.

Substitutions in La Liga 2023: 

Dani Carvajal-6

His first appearance following a three-week injury layoff was a good run-out.

Tchouameni- 6

Missed an opportunity to score from within the box, but otherwise did well and maintained possession of the ball with rapid one- or two-touch midfield combinations.

Valverde- 6

Stepped in to manage the final 24 minutes of the game in place of Luka Modric. Had 18 touches, 14 passes, and little else of interest (100% PA).

Rodrygo- 6

Played as a CF in Benzema’s place. Within 30 minutes, I managed to finish 3 dribbles and get off a single shot.


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