Met Falcao well to block the Colombian from getting a shot at goal early on, but apart from that had little else to do over the course of the game.
Lucky not to be sent off after catching Falcao with an elbow midway through the first half, and showed his petulant side with some play-acting in the second half. Like Pepe, he too redeemed himself slightly with some sound defending, but his off-the-ball behaviour will attract more attention.
Teetered on the brink of losing his head for much of the game as tempers flared. Still put in some fine challenges on Costa and Falcao despite his fluctuating mood.
His fine positioning allowed him to nullify the threat of Turan for the away side, while he also dispossessed Falcao on a couple of occasions in the second half.
Got forward for his side down the left and limited the impact of Koke on the right for Atletico. Continued his comeback from injury well by completing the full 90 minutes.
Put himself about in midfield for Mourinho's team as Gabi and Mario Suarez flew into challenges for Atletico. Also set Ronaldo up for a chance from a quickly-taken free kick minutes before half-time.
Picked up a yellow card after catching Turan in the first half, and this meant he was walking a tightrope for the remainder of the game which limited his impact in midfield.
The Germany international found himself on the periphery of the match in the first half, but shifted into gear after the break. Scored his side's second with a well-taken half volley to secure all three points.
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Unusually quiet during his time on the pitch, as play got bogged down in midfield and both sides struggled to carve out clear chances. Subbed off for Callejon in the second half.
The Portuguese forward proved the difference in tonight's game, scoring the opening goal with a fantastic free kick in the 16th minute, and providing a fine assist for Ozil's strike after the break.
Very quite in the first half as Madrid, Ronaldo's free kick aside, struggled to move the ball into attacking areas. Improved in the second half but was still subbed off late on for Rodriguez.
Beaten by two fine finishes from Ronaldo and Ozil in a game in which he did not impress.
Gave the ball straight to Benzema in the 35th minute, and was fortunate to see the Frenchman waste the opportunity to test Courtois. Another player who picked up a yellow card for Atleti, his for a cynical trip on Benzema in the second half.
Was caught out high up the pitch as Madrid took control in the second half, and found his way into the referee's book after catching Ronaldo with a rash challenge.
Set Falcao up with a chance early on, but that was as good as it got for the Uruguayan defender. Struggled against Ronaldo and Benzema particularly in the second half.
In an unfamiliar left-back position, the 33-year-old did well until Madrid scored the second goal, as he lost the run of Ozil who dispatched the ball part Courtois to increase the home side's lead.
The midfielder lost his cool once or twice during the match and was lucky not to be carded for a very late challenge on Ronaldo on the cusp of half-time. His passing was decent in central midfield, but he gave away far too many free kicks.
Quiet by his own standards during the match as his team struggled to create goalscoring chances, against a resilient Madrid side.
Stupidly handled the ball to gift Madrid the free kick from which they took the lead through Ronaldo. Offered little attacking threat as he was dragged back to help his team defensively as Madrid dominated possession.
Battled well with Khedira and Alonso in the centre of the pitch, and was one of his side's better performers this evening.
Afforded very little space by Pepe and Ramos, the Colombian struggled as his team-mates dropped deep behind him. Picked up a silly booking late on for a foul on Callejon. One to forget for the talented forward.
After starting the game well by creating a chance for Falcao his performance went down hilll from there. He was fortunate not to be booked in clashes with Ramos either side of half-time as both teams lost their discipline at times.