Pushed a Benzema effort too close to Illarramendi, who scored, and a terrible kick out gifted Bale the chance to add the second.
Defended stoutly and can take little blame for the result. Often did his job when faced with a direct opponent.
Picked up a yellow for a foul on Carvajal ans was ultimately second best in the second half.
A little underwhelming in the air as he was beaten to a few deliveries in the latter stages of the game.
A pest against the opposition with his tireless defensive work, but he was awarded an overdue booking for persistent fouling.
Made some encouraging moves forward in the early goings, and also came up with a key block or two in his own box.
Did not offer his team much on the flanks, and spent most of his time covering his fullback.
After a bright start where he flicked a header dangerously close to goal, his impetus dried up as he was unable to create much for himself.
Like Griezmann, what once promised so much ended in disappointment as he was unable to maintain a dangerous beginning to the game.
His quality came in fits and starts, and ultimately, he rather shrunk from the game when Madrid grew more dominant.
Made a world class save in the first half on an admittedly offside play, but dealt with whatever else was thrown his way.
Cracked a thumping header off the crossbar and flicked on the assist for Pepe's goal as his most notable contributions came at the attacking end. Did slide in for a crucial late block though.
Given the nod ahead of Carvajal, and gave a solid account of himself, rarely losing out defensively.
Stout and aggressive at the back, and showed surprising grace at the other end to prod in a late third for his side.
Constantly endeavored to find space down the right, and was a useful outlet for the capital side.
Distributed the ball calmly, but his set pieces could have been a little better.
He generally was accurate with his passing, if lacking a little in the incisiveness that we have come to expect.
Opened the scoring right on the stroke of half time by turning in a rebound, and enjoyed a composed first game back at the Anoeta against his former club.
Controlled play in the attacking third at times, particularly in the second half where he found more space to do damage.
The most dangerous attacking player for the visitors. Constantly looked to force the issue out wide, and accuracy on an opportunistic shot gave his side a second goal and a cushion.
Held the ball up excellently to link with his teammates, and cracked a world class shot off the woodwork early in the second half.