Real Madrid players & coach rated: from best to worst
Marca readers rate Real Madrid players and coach after the win against Juventus:
"A hit as false nine. Has so much quality that he can play anywhere. It can be his year.
"A pass is one less dribble and it seems that Lopetegui has made him see that. A great performance.
"A successful signing. Attentive at the back and also incisive up front.
"His Madrid moves quickly around the pitch, with a lot of touches and less pausing on the ball. Looking good, with many options and variations.
"He had a game to forget but scored a golazo to show everyone what he's capable of.
"Always accurate. In the first half he was one of the best players even though he is still lacking rhythm.
"Didn't have an awful lot to do, but was always there, as usual, when called upon. Will be important in this new Madrid.
"Right now he can't be discussed even if he wasn't at his best.
"As always, he was tireless and gave rhythm to the team.
"Imprecise in the last pass and far from his best version. Lots of work to be done.
"Another that seems to be more important under Lopetegui. Was quick and kept things simple.
"Worked well in the first half and pressured the opposition, but he didn't have any chances.
"Chiellini's blow left him somewhat stunned. An own goal capped a bad game.
"Javi Sanchez and Fede Valverde were starters and didn't disappoint. Also Reguilon is settling down nicely. Lunin played the second half and did well, whilst Vinicius continues to grow and assisted Asensio."