- Jordi Alba
- Dani Alves
The enthusiastic forward made a bright start as he set up Messi for a chance in the 2nd minute but that was his best contribution all game. Felt he should have two penalties either side of half-time but the referee thought otherwise. Replaced by Tello late on.
- L. Messi
Had little to do in the first half but was forced into action shortly after the break when he stopped Busquets' powerful strike. Parried Tello's curling shot away late on before being beaten at his near post by Alba.
Came within a whisker of diverting Alonso's curling free kick on target at the end of the first half. Hassled Barcelona's attackers supremely and marshaled his team well as it held out for a deserved victory.
The 19-year-old was fantastic again for Los Blancos, as they limited the impact of Messi with some quick pressing and well-timed tackling. The center back also rose highest to head home Madrid's third which meant he scored in both legs of the tie.
Reliable at left back for Madrid. The only time he failed to stop Pedro was in the 2nd minute, when the Spain international created a chance for Messi. Apart from that he was confident both on and off the ball.
Struggled slightly against Iniesta and Alba. Gave away a cheap free kick on the edge of his own area after hacking the former to the floor in the 37th minute. Improved after the break as Madrid took greater control of the game.
Flicked a neat pass through to Higuain in the 29th minute only for play to be brought back with the Argentine set to make it 2-0. Linked well with Di Maria and Ronaldo on the counter attack. Subbed off late on for Pepe.
Á. di María
Was brilliant as an outlet for his team as they looked to break with pace whenever they had the ball. Did very well to jinx past Puyol and set up Ronaldo for Madrid's second goal. A tireless performance from the nippy Argentine.
Sprayed some magnificent passes about from his central midfield berth. Looked very comfortable playing alongside Khedira.
The German midfielder was industrious in midfield for his side, as he and Alonso outclassed Barcelona's trio of Fabregas, Xavi and Busquets. Provided the scything pass that set Di Maria free when Madrid scored their second.
Had a goal chalked off for offside in the 29th minute after being played in by Ozil. The attacker was not quite on the same wavelength as his teammates despite working hard. Replaced by Callejon after 70 minutes.
Scored in his sixth consecutive Clasico when he won and converted a penalty for Madrid in the 14th minute before adding a calmly-taken second shortly after halftime. Was crucial to Madrid's brilliant performance as he acted as the springboard for their blistering counter attacks. Stepped up again when his team needed him to.
Came on for Xavi in the second half when the game was already lost.
Brought on for Pedro in the closing stages. Forced Lopez into a fine save after curling a right foot shot at goal.
Replaced Fabregas after 60 minutes but had no chances to alter the narrative of the match.