Barely had a save to make in the entire ninety minutes, and enjoyed catching practice at most Sevilla set-pieces.
Rarely subtle in possession, uncompromisingly clearing the ball, and his efforts to play the ball long into space were invariably overhit. Couldn't defeat Kanoute in the air, either.
Rarely troubled by either Negredo or Romaric cutting in from the left, and fared better in the air than Albiol when Sevilla took the aerial route to goal. Not the most difficult evening defensively for the Spanish international.
Involved in a mix-up with Albiol that almost let in Kanoute, but otherwise had the defensive experience and savvy to cope with the threat of Kanoute and Negredo.
Did well against the pace of Jesus Navas, restricting his movement, and refusing him any space to use his pace. A solid evening from the full-back.
Had been his usual dynamic self, but showed a piece of true class to set up Oezil's goal with a perfectly weighted through pass that split Sevilla's static defence.
Did not enjoy the midfield dominance that he is used to, with Zokora holding a physical edge in the first half, but eventually he and Khedira emerged superior as the visitors tired.
Ángel Di María
Drove a shot against the post in the opening stages, and laid on a chance for Ronaldo with a neat through pass. His running and direct play always unsettled the visitors.
Top of the Match
Burst into the channels with great pace and was rarely wasteful with his final pass. Jigged brilliantly around Javi Varas to net the goal that ultimately killed off the contest.
Flop of the Match
His goal streak has came to an end recently, and his overall game has lost its sparkle as a result. Missed glaring first half chance that a few weeks ago would have been ruthlessly converted, and all in all wasn't quite at his best.
Another below-par evening for the Frenchman. His link-up play was again poor, with his passes rarely finding their targets, and his open-goal miss early on unfortunately summed up another evening of frustration.
A second half sub, and lovely cross set up Adebayor for his dream goal.
Given a home debut in the last ten minutes, and provided an indication of what he can do, lashing home his first goal with a vicious volley.
Replaced the suspended Andres Palop and was smartly off his line to deny Ronaldo with an excellent block, and kept out Di Maria with another smart save in the second. Blameless for either goal.
Stretched early on by the pace of Di Maria, allowing the Argentine to get the better of him, and was woefully out of line with the rest of his back four, to allow Oezil to stride through to net the killer goal.
Formed a solid partnership with Escude but lost his discipline as the match wore on, and his wild lunge in the closing stages that saw him dismissed was ill-judged.
Sevilla's best player on the evening, he was a giant for much of the encounter, and although his defence eventually conceded two goals, were it not for him, the match could have been gone earlier. A fantastic goal-saving challenge on Ronaldo was a particular highlight.
Was a stubborn opponent to Madrid right until the end, defending strongly, and worked hard to keep both Ronaldo and then Di Maria at bay as they switched wings.
Made his debut in the centre and gave los Nervionenses an attacking dimension from midfield that has been missing recently. Looked sharp, a willing runner, and although was replaced early will eventually be a good addition.
Controlled the central midfield area in the first half with his physical presence, but could not exert influence in a positive manner, given Sevilla needed to score.
Given a start in an unconventional left-midfield role, and while he could not utilise his excellent passing range, he was diligent defensively, helping Navarro by doubling up on Di Maria. His set-pieces were roundly dreadful, however, often hit aimlessly into the area.
Jesús Navas González
Got very little change out of Arbeloa from the little possession that came his way, and seemed to be on the edge of the action, as Sevilla's rare attacks were focused centrally.
Unfortunate to see an excellent lob ruled out for offside, but with Kanoute dropping deep he was often isolated against the entire los Blancos back line.
Won almost every header that came his way, to the point where Madrid opted to double up on him at times to combat his aerial threat. Couldn't tie in with Negredo often enough through, and didn't get a sniff of goal.
Came on to make his debut for the closing moments.
Replaced Romaric on the left, but not long after his arrival the match was gone.
Thrown on as Sevilla chased an elusive goal, but looked slightly off the pace.