Who's Madrid's Mr. Passion in Viktoria game? Find out Los Blancos' Ultimate Player in Plzen win
Real Madrid have completely demolished Viktoria in the Czech Republic on Wednesday! Whose attributes have impressed the most vs Viktoria? Real Madrid Live try to create Madrid Ultimate Player...
Shooting - Karim Benzema
The French forward returns to his best against Viktoria as he bagged a brace at the Doosan Arena. It is worth noticing that the striker used both his feet and his head to find the net on Wednesday proving his flexible nature and constant readiness to cause danger. What's even more curious is that Benzema only had two shots during his time on the pitch - that's a conversion rate we want to see from Karim!
Persistence - Gareth Bale
The winger entered the game against the Czech side having seven matches without a goal - his longest drought at Real Madrid since arriving from Tottenham Hotspur. It was noticeable from the start that Gareth is working hard to break the duck and he succeeded quite soon converting Benzema's head pass via a high-class volley to make it 0-4.
He didn't stop there as he continued to put pressure on Viktoria even during the injury time and almost scored his second goal of the night hitting the crossbar in the last minute of the game.
Concentration - Casemiro
The Brazilian midfielder is one of the main reasons Real Madrid continue their three-match run without conceding a goal as he was doing most of the so-called dirty work:
As a sweet bonus, Casemiro finds his name on the scoresheet as he was there to direct the ball into the net after Toni Kroos's perfect corner.
Passing - Toni Kroos
Speaking about the German international, one simply cannot neglect his impact tonight. Toni was able to replace Luka Modric as the main midfield creator with his pinpoint passes, dangerous free-kicks and perfect vision that allowed him to completely control the game. 6 key passes (at least 4 more than any other player on both sides), 2 assists and 1 goal - a Man of the Match performance from Kroos.
Kareth Krosemiro (Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos, Casemiro blended into one; all of you have guessed it straightaway without this spoiler, right?)
Such a player would be really helpful against Celta Vigo at the Balaidos stadium on Sunday with it being a traditionally tough ground for Los Blancos. Real Madrid would need Benzema and Bale to show the same energy as well as goal-scoring abilities while Toni Kroos and Casemiro's class should provide confidence and tranquillity in the centre of the pitch.
Whose skills would have also been useful?