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 Sunday 12 December
Att.: 51024
63.0% of capacity
Real Madrid2 0Atletico Madrid
K. Benzema (16) 1 - 0
Felipe (36)
F. Mendy (45)
HT: 1-0
M. Asensio (57) 2 - 0
G. Kondogbia (75)
L. Suarez (88)
David Alaba (88)
FT: 2-0

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Streaks and sequences

7th consecutive win for Real Madrid.
4th consecutive home win for Real Madrid.
2nd consecutive defeat for Atletico Madrid.
7th consecutive game where Real Madrid scored.
4th consecutive home game where Real Madrid scored.
3rd consecutive game where Atletico Madrid conceded.
8th consecutive away game where Atletico Madrid conceded.
3rd consecutive game where Real Madrid did not concede any goal.
2nd consecutive home game where Real Madrid did not concede any goal.
 

 
Lead durations in 90 minutes of regular time
090
Real Madrid lead duration 74 min
Teams level in goals 16 min
Atletico Madrid lead duration 
Lead durations tables
To calculate the above duration values based on a total of 90 minutes, goals scored on the 45th minute and during added time of the first half are considered scored on the 45th minute, and goals scored on the 90th minute and during added time of the second half are considered scored on the 90th minute.



 
Outcome Surprise-level relative to pre-match PPG
Points Per Game (before the match)
Real Madrid at homeAtletico Madrid awayTotal
2.432.004.43
OutcomeOutcome surprise-level
(any scoreline)(Losing team PPG / Total) * 100
Home win
45.2
Scale: from 0 (less surprising) to 100 (more surprising)

Outcome Surprise-levels

More information on the calculation of the Outcome surprise-level is outlined in the following blog article:
Evaluating surprising results







Real Madrid
1 Thibaut Courtois
4 David Alaba
2 Carvajal
23 Ferland Mendy
3 Éder Militão
10 Luka Modric
8 Toni Kroos
14 Casemiro
9 Karim Benzema
11 Asensio
20 Vinícius Júnior
Bench
15 Federico Valverde
22 Isco
21 Rodrygo
16 Luka Jovic
17 Lucas Vázquez
7 Eden Hazard
6 Nacho Fernández
12 Marcelo
18 Gareth Bale
13 Andriy Lunin
24 Mariano Díaz
25 Eduardo Camavinga
Featured highlights
Set-up Attempt Outcome
T Min IN CO TB RB ISP ST MT HD DSP WD BL DE WW GO

RMA16'COSTGO
Collective play -> Single-touch -> GOAL
Karim Benzema (**), Vinícius Júnior (*), Asensio (*)
Asensio picks out Vinicius running into the right hand edge of the penalty area. Vinicius drills a lofted cut back to Benzema running into the box from the middle. Benzema’s volley goes into the bottom right corner of the net (1-0).

ATM36'INSTDE
Individual play -> Single-touch -> Deflected
Antoine Griezmann (*)    |    Thibaut Courtois (*)
Griezmann’s direct free-kick from the left corner of the area is aimed at the far upper corner of the goal and Courtois palms the ball away.

HT

Set-up Attempt Outcome
T Min IN CO TB RB ISP ST MT HD DSP WD BL DE WW GO


ATM50'COSTBL
Collective play -> Single-touch -> Blocked
João Félix (*), Ángel Correa (*), Thomas Lemar (*)
On the left wing Lemar’s low cross reaches Correa by the left corner of the six-yard box. Correa cuts it back for Joao Felix, whose low shot from the edge of the box is blocked by Courtois.

ATM51'COSTDE
Collective play -> Single-touch -> Deflected
Matheus Cunha (*), João Félix (*)
By the edge of the area, Joao Felix plays a low pass forward between the defense to Cunha running towards the goal from the left. The pass is perfectly timed and Cunha manages to deliver a shot from a tight angle, deflected by Courtois.

RMA57'COMTGO
Collective play -> Multiple-touches -> GOAL
Asensio (*), Vinícius Júnior (*)
Real Madrid break away in counter and Vinicius, by the edge of the area cuts inside from the left and plays a low pass to Asensio on the right hand edge of the area. Asensio’s first time shot sends the ball low into the opposite corner of the goal (2-0).

ATM90'COSTDE
Collective play -> Single-touch -> Deflected
João Félix (*), Matheus Cunha (*)
Cunha's cut back from the byline on the left hand edge of the box finds Joao Felix at the near post whose volley from a tight angle is deflected by Courtois.

FT


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Set-up:
IN (Individual play) , CO (Collective play) , TB (Through Ball) , RB (Rebound) , ISP (Indirect Set Piece)
Attempt:
ST (Single-touch) , MT (Multiple-touches) , HD (Header) , DSP (Direct Set Piece)
Outcome:
WD (Wide) , BL (Blocked) , DE (Deflected) , WW (Woodwork) , GO (GOAL)


For more information on the structure and format used in the highlights reviews, you can take a look at the following blog article:
Featured Matches: highlights review


Highlights action summary
Real Madrid Atlético Madrid
Set-up
 
Individual play
 1
Collective play
 3
 
Through Ball
 
 
Rebound
 
 
Indirect Set Piece
 
Attempt
Single-touch
 4
Multiple-touches
 
 
Header
 
 
Direct Set Piece
 
Outcome
 
Wide
 
 
Blocked
 1
 
Deflected
 3
 
Woodwork
 
GOAL
 


Highlights stars
João Félix (ATM) 
3 stars
Karim Benzema (RMA) 
2 stars
Asensio (RMA) 
2 stars
Vinícius Júnior (RMA) 
2 stars
Matheus Cunha (ATM) 
2 stars

This Highlights stars table shows how heavily each listed player has been involved in the highlights featured on the page. This should not be considered as an evaluation of the quality of each player's production as:

- The choice itself of which highlights to feature is, by nature, subjective

- A player that did not score but missed 4 chances may well total more highlight stars than a player that only took part in one action and scored a goal, as the ranking is mostly about how often each player has been involved in highlights.

- Highlights relate to a selection of events that typically took place in or around the penalty area only. Obviously a fair share of a match action, including either building up or mitigating the build-up of offensive plays, draws less visibility and yet accounts for a major influence in a game, as it determines the volume of goal chances that each team will be dealing with, either offensively or defensively. Players' involvement in such phases may be under-represented in this type of ranking.

Atlético Madrid
13 Jan Oblak
18 Felipe
22 Hermoso
4 Geoffrey Kondogbia
14 Llorente
6 Koke
21 Yannick Carrasco
5 Rodrigo De Paul
10 Ángel Correa
8 Antoine Griezmann
19 Matheus Cunha
Bench
9 Luis Suárez
16 Héctor Herrera
1 Benjamin Lecomte
47 Ibrahima Camara
26 Javier Serrano
11 Thomas Lemar
23 Kieran Trippier
7 João Félix
12 Renan Lodi






Tables overview

League table
GP Pts
Real Madrid 22 50
Sevilla FC 22 46
Real Betis 22 40
Atletico Mad. 21 36
FC Barcelona 21 35
Real Sociedad 21 34
Villarreal 22 32
Rayo Vallecano 21 31
Athletic Bil. 22 31
Valencia 22 29
Osasuna 22 28
Celta Vigo 22 27
Espanyol 22 27
Granada 22 24
Elche 22 23
Getafe 22 22
Mallorca 21 20
Cadiz 22 18
Alaves 22 17
Levante 21 11
Form table (last 8)
GP Pts
Sevilla FC 8 18
Real Madrid 8 17
Villarreal 8 16
Real Betis 8 16
FC Barcelona 8 15
Celta Vigo 8 14
Getafe 8 13
Elche 8 12
Granada 8 12
Athletic Bil. 8 11
Rayo Vallecano 8 11
Valencia 8 11
Atletico Mad. 8 10
Espanyol 8 10
Osasuna 8 9
Cadiz 8 6
Real Sociedad 8 6
Levante 8 5
Mallorca 8 5
Alaves 8 3
Home
GP Pts
Sevilla FC 11 27
Rayo Vallecano 11 26
Real Madrid 11 25
Villarreal 12 24
Atletico Mad. 10 21
Real Betis 11 20
FC Barcelona 10 20
Espanyol 11 20
Real Sociedad 11 19
Valencia 11 17
Getafe 11 17
Granada 11 15
Athletic Bil. 10 14
Elche 10 14
Mallorca 10 12
Alaves 12 12
Celta Vigo 11 11
Osasuna 11 11
Levante 11 9
Cadiz 11 6
Away
GP Pts
Real Madrid 11 25
Real Betis 11 20
Sevilla FC 11 19
Athletic Bil. 12 17
Osasuna 11 17
Celta Vigo 11 16
Atletico Mad. 11 15
FC Barcelona 11 15
Real Sociedad 10 15
Valencia 11 12
Cadiz 11 12
Granada 11 9
Elche 12 9
Villarreal 10 8
Mallorca 11 8
Espanyol 11 7
Getafe 11 5
Rayo Vallecano 10 5
Alaves 10 5
Levante 10 2
Offense
GP GF
Real Madrid 22 47
Real Betis 22 41
Atletico Mad. 21 36
Villarreal 22 36
Valencia 22 35
Sevilla FC 22 34
FC Barcelona 21 32
Rayo Vallecano 21 27
Celta Vigo 22 26
Espanyol 22 26
Granada 22 26
Elche 22 23
Osasuna 22 22
Real Sociedad 21 22
Athletic Bil. 22 21
Levante 21 21
Cadiz 22 19
Getafe 22 17
Mallorca 21 17
Alaves 22 16
Defense
GP GA
Sevilla FC 22 16
Athletic Bil. 22 17
Real Madrid 22 20
Real Sociedad 21 21
Rayo Vallecano 21 22
Villarreal 22 23
Getafe 22 23
FC Barcelona 21 23
Real Betis 22 25
Celta Vigo 22 25
Atletico Mad. 21 26
Osasuna 22 27
Espanyol 22 30
Elche 22 30
Mallorca 21 33
Granada 22 33
Alaves 22 35
Valencia 22 36
Cadiz 22 36
Levante 21 43

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Segments Table

0 pt 50 pts
5th Segment 4th Segment 3rd Segment 2nd Segment 1st Segment
up to 9.6 pts from 9.7 to 19.7 pts from 19.8 to 29.8 pts from 29.9 to 39.9 pts from 40.0 to 50 pts
(22)  18  Cadiz
(22)  17  Alaves
(21)  11  Levante
(22)  29  Valencia
(22)  28  Osasuna
(22)  27  Celta Vigo
(22)  27  Espanyol
(22)  24  Granada
(22)  23  Elche
(22)  22  Getafe
(21)  20  Mallorca
(21)  36  Atletico Madrid
(21)  35  FC Barcelona
(21)  34  Real Sociedad
(22)  32  Villarreal
(21)  31  Rayo Vallecano
(22)  31  Athletic Bilbao
(22)  50  Real Madrid
(22)  46  Sevilla FC
(22)  40  Real Betis

The Segments Table is a visual representation splitting the teams into 5 segments. Each team is assigned to a specific segment, depending on the team's number of points. Each of the 5 segments spans one-fifth (20%) of the total points held by the team ranked 1st in the league. For each team, the number of matches played appears in green between brackets, and the number of points is displayed in black.






Fri 4 Feb
GET - LVT
Sat 5 Feb
ELC - ALV
Sat 5 Feb
MAL - CAD
Sat 5 Feb
CLV - RAY
Sat 5 Feb
OSA - SFC
Sun 6 Feb
VAL - SOC
Sun 6 Feb
FCB - ATM
Sun 6 Feb
BET - VIL
Sun 6 Feb
RMA - GRA
Mon 7 Feb
ATH - ESY





La Liga stats

217 matches played / 380
Aug
May
57.1% completed
Home wins:  41%
Over 1.5 goals:  69%
Draws:  32%
Over 2.5 goals:  44%
Away wins:  26%
Over 3.5 goals:  27%
Goals:  544 Home goals per match:  1.42
Goals per match:  2.51 Away goals per match:  1.09
Avg attendance:  19,862 Both teams scored:  50%

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