Hard to fault him for either goal, he didn't have much to save otherwise either.
Made some key interceptions and blocks in the first half as Atletico swarmed.
After a promising start, an injury spelled an early end to his evening in the first half.
Lost sight of Diego Costa's run in the build up to the Brazilian striking the killer second goal.
Whipped in some good crosses from out wide and was generally purposeful whenever he attacked.
Scrapped often with Diego Costa but only succeeded in giving up some needless free kicks.
Worked hard as ever in the middle of the park but could do little to stop the opposition once his side were reduced to ten men.
Like the rest of the midfield, he spent a lot of his time chasing shadows in the second half.
Solid on the wing to put pressure on Atletico on occasion. Not consistent enough though.
Could not do much in an attacking sense when he was starved for service all game long.
Never got a sniff of the ball in a dangerous position.
Dealt with everything thrown his way.
Picked up a yellow for a reckless challenge but was solid in defense otherwise.
Like Filipe Luis on the opposite flank, he did his job quietly and effectively.
Handled everything that the opposition could muster and was aggressive in all the right ways.
Strong in the air and uncompromising in the challenge. A commanding showing.
His passing was pinpoint, and he set up Costa's second with a well timed flicked header.
Silky passing and efficient dribbling was the order of the day for him, and he was key in many attacks.
Struck the opener with an arrow from long range, and was commanding in the middle throughout.
Controlled the midfield, although the opposition's numerical disadvantage made that task easier.
Made some dangerous moves off the ball to keep the opposition on their toes but never quite got that one chance.
Did not make many friends with his cantankerous display, but he killed the game off with a close range predatory finish.