Player Ratings: Valencia shock Simeone, Atlético with late comeback


Made two high quality saves on Gonçalo Guedes and Yunus Musah, however Hugo Duro beat him with two good finishes in stoppage time. He might have executed higher with the substitute’s 96th-minute header. 4.5


Caught a Fiftieth-minute personal aim behind Jan Oblak, a disgrace after his robust first half. 6

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Poor first half cross ended up on Guedes’ boot and practically previous Oblak, however the keeper spared Giménez’s blushes. Made a game-high 13 clearances. 7


Appeared to get entangled within the closing third early on, and he noticed a stinging effort from distance miss the Valencia aim. 5.5

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Lasted solely eight minutes after colliding with Hélder Costa and touchdown on his left shoulder. N/A


Ran at Dimitri Foulquier very often within the first half and stayed extraordinarily large to assist facilitate Atlético Madrid’s higher attacking moments within the second half. 5.5

De Paul

All over the place within the first half, once more. Coated an unbelievable quantity of floor, creating two probabilities and ringing up six clearances. A large, probably season-defining mistake from Diego Simeone to substitute him. 8.5

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Wonderful, if not reserved, show from the captain. Appeared to create hazard nearer to the ultimate third than in earlier video games. 5.5


Two assists in as many league video games for the Argentine, who performed the ultimate cross for Luis Suárez forward of El Pistolero’s Thirty fifth-minute opening aim. He pressured Jasper Cillessen into a very good save with a snapshot 20 minutes from time. 7


Not an amazing opening half hour, however his mixture with Ángel Correa arrange Suárez’s strike. Missed a top quality headed likelihood nearly instantly after halftime, then scored an absolute screamer on 58 minutes — an outside-the-box belter that restored Atlético’s lead. However his rash foul on Guedes created the free kick that led to the equalizer. 7

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Grabbed his seventh aim of the league season (and thirteenth profession aim towards Valencia) with an knowledgeable snipe, the ball clattering off the far submit and rolling in. He then arrange Šime Vrsaljko’s aim with a spin and a knock-down cross. 7.5


Changed Trippier on eight minutes. One of the best efficiency from an Atlético right-back this season. Sound defensively, and rewarded for his humility and endurance by tapping in a 62nd-minute aim — his first-ever league aim for Atleti. 7.5


Changed Correa on 72 minutes and entered to a bunch of whistles. A key misplaced ball in midfield led to Duro’s 91st-minute counterattack aim, which introduced Valencia to inside one.


Changed Suárez within the 86th minute. Not a mandatory or logical change — had no alternative to get in a rhythm. N/A


Changed De Paul within the 86th minute. Gave away an inexpensive free kick and caught wanting on Duro’s equalizing header. N/A

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