Atlético Madrid 3-0 Real Valladolid: Player Ratings

Atlético Madrid 3-0 Real Valladolid: Player Ratings

Updated: 11 days, 3 hours, 10 minutes, 16 seconds ago

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Valladolid were unable to muster many chances, so it was another comfortable match for the Atlético Madrid keeper. He parried the ball away from Óscar Plano’s shot in the 71st minute for his sole save. Oblak could have done better distribution-wise, as he seemed rushed to release the ball as soon as it reached his feet. 5


Subdued by a lively Luis Pérez early on but the birthday boy soon simplified his game and gathered his bearings, exchanging passes with the fiery Antoine Griezmann on the left side of the pitch. His work defensively plugged up holes and won back possession. 6


The man never fails to entertain. Scored Atlético’s third goal in the 28th minute, flicking his own rebound into the net past Jordi Masip. At the back, he made thumping clearances and looked relatively comfortable in a four-man back line. 7

Semana grande también para Mario Hermoso. Partidazos ante Levante y Valladolid. Respondiendo ante la enésima ausencia de Giménez.

1 gol
85% precisión pase
6 despejes— Atlético Stats (@atletico_stats_) January 21, 2023


Beaten for pace by Sergio León in the opening minutes. Was able to weather Valladolid’s initial attacks and spent most of the match clearing the ball and circulating the ball. 5.5


The World Cup winner is growing and getting more comfortable at the Metropolitano, He assisted Griezmann’s 23rd-minute goal with a short penalty area cross to the Frenchman. 6.5


A masterclass from the Frenchman. In the span of 10 minutes in the first half, he assisted Álvaro Morata’s goal and scored one of his own (his first at the Metropolitano since returning from FC Barcelona) before he set up Mario Hermoso with a deft free kick. Griezmann ran the offensive show with a flair only matched by his hot-pink hair. 9

A goal, backheel assist, and perfectly-placed free kick to set up another goal

Antoine Griezmann COOKED for Atletico Madrid today— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 21, 2023


Looked to turn and drive forward, often picking up the ball from deep within the defensive third. Connected well with Griezmann and out wide with Marcos Llorente before being subbed out for Geoffrey Kondogbia in the second half. 5


Played a more-defensive role as the #5. Koke could be seen dropping back as the first line of defense when Valladolid attempted counters. Offensively, the captain nabbed a hockey assist on Morata’s goal and hit a shot in the second half that hit the woodwork and glided just wide. 6


Took full advantage of his offensive freedom. Frequently looked to thread the needle with through balls between the gaps in Valladolid’s backline and he found success doing so. Subbed off five minutes before the hour with discomfort. 7


Missed two big chances early but put away his opportunity in the 18th minute, taking up Griezmann’s flick, cutting onto his right foot and beating Jordi Masip at the near post to open the floodgates. 7


Put in a big effort over the 90 minutes but missed a little luck. He hit both posts with a shot in the second half with Atlético pushing for a fourth goal. 6.5


De Paul

Replaced Llorente, who picked up a second-half knock. Added fresh legs and a battling If not defensive presence in midfield. 5


Unable to produce his usual magic one-on-one but his burgeoning connection with new signing Memphis shows promise. 5


Kept possession, used his physical prowess to win the ball back in the midfield. 5.5


The attacker looked eager to make his mark on his debut, even though he played just 15 minutes. His touch let him down a couple times but his vision and mobility are big pluses. 5


Replaced Koke and helped end the match with a clean sheet. 5

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