Real Madrid won a great victory in Transnistria and will be in the next round of the Champions League thanks to the good performance of their players against the Sheriff. We go with the notes of the players.
Courteous (7)Despite the white superiority, the Sheriff had some dangerous arrivals and managed to shoot 5 times at the Belgian’s goal, however, he again left the goal unbeaten.
Carvajal (7): He continues to show that he can once again be the winger who made Real Madrid’s right wing a headache for rivals. Today he played a very serious game in defense and contributed a lot in attack.
Militao (6): He did not have too much work but he allowed the arrival of the Sheriffs on some occasions at times that could have complicated the game against Real Madrid.
Daughter (8): Very complete match for the Austrian who despite not having to cut many balls, building the game, played a fundamental role, as well as with the goal he scored, since it meant overtaking his team.
Housemire (8): Casemiro was a wall in the center of the field and was very good at the pressure to try to avoid at all costs that the rival felt comfortable. Together with Kroos they dominated midfield with overwhelming superiority.
Kroos (9): He was the best of the game, not only because of his great goal, but also because of his leadership and management of the game. The German took possession of the ball and made it impossible for the rival, who looked like the visiting team in some sections, to play football.
Modric (7): The Croatian was scored more in this match, so he looked less, but his mobility and creativity in the last third of the field, allowed Madrid on more than one occasion to clearly generate danger.
Rodrygo (8): The young Brazilian gave a recital from the left wing of dribbling, pause, assists and movements. Rodrygo is a very intelligent player with an immense quality to play football, and today he left his mark on the game.
Vinicius (7): The Real Madrid winger was once again physically superior to the rest, driving rivals crazy and appearing on both sides, which made him unpredictable for the Sheriff’s defense.
Benzema (8): Another big night for Benzema. He was undoubtedly the player most covered by the Moldovans, but this did not prevent him from playing in a fantastic way and doing what he does best, scoring a goal.
Nacho (6): He came out to replace the injured Alaba and did not clash at any time, showing that he is a valid player for any situation.
Asensio (6): Came in eagerly for Rodrygo in the second half, although he lacked more confidence in his great shot.
Antonio Blanco (s / p)
Lucas Vázquez (s/p)