Was beaten by Higuain after just six minutes but was not forced to do an awful lot after that in the first half. A couple of brilliant finishes got the better of him after the break but he was barely tested for much of the game.
Read the game well, tracking runs and positioning himself astutely in order to make some key interceptions. He came agonisingly close to an embarrassing own goal after the break but was largely solid.
A solid performance from the right-back as he had the measure of Kaka throughout. He timed his tackles excellently and showed no fear in attacking his opponents with some positive runs and crosses down the right.
Made a shocking error after six minutes as he gifted possession to Higuain who ran through to break the deadlock. At times he looked shaky when defending against the visitors' counterattack.
De La Bella
Was keen to get forward and attack Madrid, providing Griezmann with regular support in the wide areas. He put in a great cross before the break which nearly led to a goal, and he dealt with Callejon capably.
The captain did not play a particularly big part in the game during the first half but was instrumental after the break. An astonishingly cool penalty pulled a goal back for his side and he rescued a point late on with a strong header.
Pushed up from deep and dictated the play following Madrid's opener. He clipped a number of quality passes into the area which created some of his side's best chances, but was withdrawn on the hour mark.
Did not provide enough of a link to the forwards from deep as his passing was not particularly expansive. He lacked awareness when Madrid countered and left his defence exposed unnecessarily.
The Uruguayan looked dangerous in the opening stages as he ghosted in from the right flank. However, his attempts on goal left a lot to be desired and he became less influential as he tired in the second half.
Displayed some very intelligent movement as he eluded the Blancos' defensive pair for large parts. He regularly drifted into threatening areas but was thwarted on a number of occasions by the brilliant Diego Lopez.
Was a constant thorn in Madrid's side with his incessant running making him a real handful. He provided a variety of quality deliveries into the area and completely deserved his goal, though he could have scored even more.
Showed that he warrants his place in the starting line up with a number of vital saves in the first half, particularly a reaction stop to keep out Griezmann's header. Had it not been for him, Madrid could well have found themselves beaten.
The Portuguese was very static at the back and found it difficult to keep track of Agirretxe's movement. However, he made up for his lack of pace with some decent positional play in the second half.
Struggled to cope with the persistence of Griezmann down his side of the pitch, regularly affording the Frenchman far too much space. This forced him to hang back more than he would have liked.
The former Valencia defender put in a very physical display and ensured that his team were not outdone aerially. On the deck, he judged his tackles brilliantly and made it difficult for the hosts to pass the ball through the middle.
Failed to provide the sort of adventurous play that he usually offers down the left flank. He did not support Kaka enough and struggled when Sociedad doubled up on his flank. Failed in his efforts to up his game after the restart.
Did not really show his usual dynamism in midfield as Madrid found themselves pressed back in the first half. He was more energetic in the second half and scored a delightful goal with 10 minutes remaining.
Provided a strong, physical presence in the midfield and dropped in to help his side defend when they came under pressure. He got a vital touch to divert a Griezmann header behind for a corner in the first half.
Suffered wide on the left due to a lack of pace, but never stopped trying to get at Carlos Martinez. He was one of Madrid's most dangerous players and provided an exquisite assist for Callejon.
The Croatian found it difficult to impact the game as his team struggled to retain the ball, but he was devastating when orchestrating the counterattacks. He had a decent outing in the more advanced central role.
A largely poor night for the winger was salvaged with a nice goal in the second half. Before that, he had shown no hunger for the ball and was only noticeable due to his almost non-existent display.
Took his first chance of the game, pouncing on Mikel Gonzalez's mistake and providing a cool finish to open the scoring. He continued to work hard despite minimal service and was only denied another by some last-ditch defending.