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Real Madrid Nivea Cool Kick Fresh November Top 10 Power Ranking

4:48 PM MYT 30/11/2021
Real Madrid November Nivea Cool Kick Fresh Player Rankings
Here's your Top 10 Los Blancos performers after games against Granada, FC Sheriff and Sevilla

Real Madrid have enjoyed nothing but winning success since the start of our Nivea Cool Kick Fresh campaign, scoring nine goals, winning six La Liga points and three vital Champions League points in the process.

Over the course of these matches we have rated the Top 5 performers in each match. Here we total up the whole squad's performance ratings from all three matches to find out who is leading our Nivea Cool Kick Fresh Top 10 Power Ranking.

  • Dani Carvajal of Real Madrid.

    Dani Carvajal - 20.6 points

    Since the international break, Carvajal has recovered from the injury that left him out of the squad in the first few games.

    Lengthy spells on the sideline have slowed down his progress but now he has managed a run of games he is on the path to getting back to his very best with good consistent performances.

  • Marco Asensio of Real Madrid.

    Marco Asensio - 20.6 points

    Asensio has been struggling to score goals as he's just not been clinical enough.

    However, even though he's contributed less goals than he'd like, he has still been a huge threat down the right side for Los Blancos, creating goal-scoring chances for others and space for others to exploit as he stretches defences with his width.

  • Luka Modric of Real Madrid.

    Luka Modric 21.1 points

    Things have looked good over the past couple of games for the former Ballon D’or winner. It’s easy to forget that Modric is 36 years old with the way he has been playing.

    His ability to play through the opposition’s press, carry the ball forward, make passes that cut defences open and start attacks from deep in his own half has seen him roll back the years and resume his critical role in the team's engine room.

  • Thibaut Courtois of Real Madrid.

    Thibaut Courtois - 21.1 points

    Courtois has been quietly going about his business putting in some big saves to keep his team in the ascendancy. 

    The Belgian international brings a sense of calm to the Madrid defence when he's in this type of form, especially in the closing minutes of games.

  • David Alaba of Real Madrid.

    David Alaba - 21.5 points

    Alaba has been incredible defensively for Madrid, his experience and high defending IQ has helped the team concede fewer goals and also see out matches when under pressure.

    Alaba has also made some crucial off-the-line clearances to bail his team out. Over the past couple of games he has also started to show more of his attacking attributes, going down the left side.

  • Ferland Mendy of Real Madrid.

    Ferland Mendy - 22.5 points

    Mendy has been brilliant at left-back, allowing Vinicius to stay further forward in hopes of a counterattack. He has been very direct down the left, using his pace to beat defenders and put crosses into the box.

     His consistency over the past three games has shown why he has cemented his spot ahead of club captain Marcelo.

  • Toni Kroos of Real Madrid.

    Toni Kroos - 22.9 Points

    Kroos has proved to be the heartbeat of the team with every attacking movement revolving around him. In the past three games, he has had the most touches and has made more passes than anyone else in the team. 

    Kroos controls the tempo of the game well, spreading out passes all over the field. He has been able to break down defences with his intelligent play and scored vital goals from the edge of the box.

  • Casemiro of Real Madrid.

    Carlos Casemiro - 23.2 Points

    Casemiro has put in a great shift in winning the ball in dangerous areas and making tackles that break down the opposition’s counter-attack. He has reinforced the defence at times dropping back as a 3rd centre back. 

    He has also added to his game with passes that pick up the runs in behind and also getting into the box to be on the end of crosses.

  • Karim Benzema of real Madrid.

    Karim Benzema - 23.5 Points

    Benzema has led from the front with everything that he has done and it's been reflected by his goal involvement this season (18).

    The French striker has been clinical in front of goal-scoring in the past two games and is now topping La Liga's goal scorer chart with eleven. 

    Not only has he been great at finishing, but he has also made some key passes which created lots of opportunities for his teammates and has seven La Liga assists to his name.

  • Vinicius Jr of Real Madrid.

    Vinicius Jr - 24 Points

    Vinicius Jr has been an immense part of Real Madrid’s success over the past couple of games. The Brazilian youngster has definitely come into his own and has shown maturity and growth as a player. 

    There have been moments where his decision making has let him down but at just 21 years old, you would expect that. It is his apparent willingness to learn from his mistakes which has been most impressive.

    He now has scored nine goals in La Liga this season, making him the second-highest goalscorer in the league behind his team Karim Benzema.