Did well to tip a header from Gareth Bale over the bar and also denied Cristiano Ronaldo with the help of the woodwork.
Made a series of vital plays at the back in the latter stages of the game, but he was also involved in some needless afters with Pepe.
Won almost everything in the air and marked Benzema well.
Pulled off a wonderful block to deny Ronaldo a late shooting chance, but left Benzema free during the build-up to the opener.
Attacked the space on the right flank well, whipping in some dangerous balls.
His off the ball movement was dangerous and his link-up play with Diego Costa was at the heart of some of Atletico's best moves.
Scored a goal for the ages with a hammer shot from long distance that gave his team a lead on the stroke of half time.
Made a terrible mistake to allow Carvajal past him in the latter stages which led to Real's equaliser.
Controlled the tempo of the game for large spells with his silky passing and ability to manipulate his body while on the ball. Set up Koke's goal.
Fared well against Alonso in the middle of the park and played some good passes forward. A clinical finish brought Atletico level in the first half.
Though his play acting was needless, his power and direct running made him a threatening outlet all game.
Could have done a lot better to stop Gabi's long range strike, but made some strong saves otherwise.
Like Coentrao, he struggled with his direct opponents, and was substituted in the second half after a careless booking.
His play acting earned him and Godin a booking, but he was generally solid, making a crucial late interception after a Carvajal mistake.
Could not cope with the pace of the game, often appearing a step or two too slow when reading situations.
Struggled with the power of Costa and was beaten by the Brazilian more than once for some good Atletico chances.
Looked slow against the tenacity of the opposition midfield and his passing was unusually inaccurate.
Whipped in some threatening set pieces and generally looked up for the midfield battle. Smooth in possession as well.
Á. di María
Most of his good work came defensively, as he did not offer much in the attacking third.
Never quite got to grips with the game, with his only real moments of note coming from a flicked header that was saved, and an inadvertent assist for Ronaldo's equaliser.
Hit the post in the first half and was having a quiet game until the latter stages, when he drilled in a well taken shot to save a point for his team.
Scored the opener with a good run and finish, but he never quite kicked on from those heights. A little conservative.