How Real Madrid's La Liga winning stars rated this season

Andy West 23:48 21/05/2017
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Real Madrid are the new La Liga Champions but how have Zinedine Zidane’s men rated this term?

Sport360’s Andy West analyses the individual performances of Los Blancos’ title-winning team.

In order to achieve a rating in this article, the following players have had to play at least 1000 minutes in La Liga this term.

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KEYLOR NAVAS, GOALKEEPER: 7. Made some costly errors midway through the season but also produced some exceptional saves behind an occasionally leaky defence.

Keylor Navas

Keylor Navas

DANI CARVAJAL, RIGHT BACK: 9. A series of outstanding performances from a non-stop dynamo who must rank among the world’s best in his position.

Dani Carvajal

Dani Carvajal

DANILO, RIGHT BACK: 5. A rare disappointment in Madrid’s glittering season, the Brazilian has never looked truly comfortable in the white shirt.

Danilo

Danilo

NACHO, DEFENCE: 9. Unheralded and unsung, but the versatile and always willing Spaniard has been his team’s most consistent defender.

Nacho

Nacho

PEPE, CENTRE BACK: 6. An injury-disrupted campaign for the veteran, who will move on to pastures new this summer.

Pepe

Pepe

SERGIO RAMOS, CENTRE BACK: 8. A typical mix of wholehearted commitment, occasional howlers and frequent goalscoring heroics.

Sergio Ramos

Sergio Ramos

RAPHAEL VARANE, CENTRE BACK: 7. The season which finally saw the classy defender become first choice, but he is still too injury prone.

Raphael Varane

Raphael Varane

MARCELO, LEFT BACK: 10. If defenders ever won the Ballon d’Or, this would surely be Marcelo’s year. Inspirational, dynamic and irrepressible.

Marcelo

Marcelo

CASEMIRO, MIDFIELD: 9. With his physicality adding steel to an otherwise lightweight midfield, the Brazilian is the only truly irreplaceable member of the team.

Casemiro

Casemiro

MATEO KOVACIC, MIDFIELD: 7. Hasn’t played as much as he would like, but the young Croat has generally performed well when used.

Mateo Kovacic

Mateo Kovacic

LUKA MODRIC, MIDFIELD: 8. Aside from a brief dip in the middle of the season, Modric has been a stylish link between defence and attack.

Luka Modric

Luka Modric

TONI KROOS, MIDFIELD: 9. Oozes class in the centre of the pitch, using his magnificent passing range to great effect and always dangerous with set-piece deliveries.

Toni Kroos

Toni Kroos

ISCO, MIDFIELD: 8. Started the season largely overlooked, but has been Real’s best player for the last six weeks, finally fulfilling his immense talent.

Isco

Isco

JAMES RODRIGUEZ, MIDFIELD: 7. Rarely given opportunities by Zinedine Zidane, but has nearly always impressed when he has played.

James Rodriguez

James Rodriguez

LUCAS VASQUEZ, WINGER: 7. Not the squad’s most gifted player but has the heart of a lion and provides a different option from the bench.

Lucas Vasquez

Lucas Vasquez

MARCO ASENSIO, WINGER: 7. Hardly played in the opening months of the campaign but has recently shown he’s a huge star in the making.

Marco Asensio

Marco Asensio

GARETH BALE, FORWARD: 5. Frustrating injury-affected campaign for the Welshman, whose untouchable status at the Bernabeu is now under threat.

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale

ALVARO MORATA, FORWARD: 8. Excellent goalscoring record and will feel he deserves more playing time – but may have to leave to find it.

Alvaro Morata

Alvaro Morata

KARIM BENZEMA, FORWARD: 6. A campaign of ups and downs, occasionally showing his undoubted class but too often going through games invisible.

Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema

CRISTIANO RONALDO, FORWARD: 8. Started the season relatively slowly, often contributing little, but has been unstoppable in the last few weeks.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

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