Spain vs Brazil Player Ratings – Rodri and Endrick Shines as Spain and Brazil Indulge in a Thrilling Draw

Spain vs Brazil Player Ratings – Rodri and Endrick Shines as Spain and Brazil Indulge in a Thrilling Draw

Spain vs Brazil international friendly turned out to be a thrilling encounter. Two of the most celebrated teams of world football locked horns in a closely fought contest. For Spain, players like Rodri, and Dani Olmo delivered significant performances. On the other hand, Rodrygo and Endrick emerged as the game-changers for Brazil on the crucial night.

Just when it seemed like Spain might run away with the contest, a Lucas Paqueta late penalty succeeded in getting Brazil a nail-biting 3-3 draw against the hosts Spain. The game was a roller coaster ride for the players and the fans. The moment when it looked like a certain team was on top, the other team managed to get itself back into the clash.

Here are Spain vs Brazil player ratings:-

Spain Player Ratings

U.Simon – 5.9 |The Spain goalkeeper had an average outing against Brazil. He made three crucial saves but went on to concede three goals.

A. Laporte – 6.4 | Laporte completed 65 successful passes, and recorded two fouls and two tackles.

M.Cucurella – 6.1 | Cucurella committed three silly fouls and registered 52 key passes.

D. Carvajal – 6.7 | Playing for the entire span of 90 minutes, Dani Carvajal got a yellow card, had 47 passes to his name and one successful tackle.

R. Le Normand – 5.8 | Normand had a below-average outing in the Spain vs Brazil match. He got booked for a yellow card and struggled to get a grip on the pace of the game.

F. Ruiz – 5.4

Rodri – 8.4 | Rodri shined for Spain as the midfielder chipped in with two goals. Both of his goals were penalties converted by him. He also had a total of 4 shots to his tally.

Spain vs Brazil Player Ratings-Rodri
Rodri for Spain against Brazil [Credit: Football Espana]

Lamine Yamal – 6.7 | Yamal played well and looked sharp in his ability to interlink the play at certain stages of the match before being substituted.

D.Olmo – 7.4 | Dani Olmo scored the second goal for Spain in their clash against Brazil. He took a total of three shots towards the opponent’s goal.

N. Williams – 6.6 | Before being substituted in the 89th minute of the match, Williams accounted for a tally of three shots and looked lively on the wings.

Alvaro Morata – 6.3 | Morata lead the front line well for Spain as he has done in the past. However, he wasn’t able to make a significant impact on the game.

Substitutes

Jesus Navas – 5.3

Pau Cubarsi – 5.1

Oihan Sancet – 5.5 | Came in during the closing stages of the match and had one shot towards the Brazilian goal.

Mikel Oyarzabal – 5.7 | Played the last 10 of the initial 90 minutes and did ok on the night for Spain as a substitute.

Brazil Player Ratings

Bento – 7.1 | Bento made five stunning saves for Brazil in their international friendly against Spain but conceded a tally of three goals.

Wendell – 6.7 | Playing for the entire span of 90 minutes, the defender had an above-average outing against Spain. He completed 38 passes.

Danillo – 6.3 | Danillo played for 45 minutes before being substituted. He had a tally of 25 key passes and one successful tackle to show for his appearance.

F. Bruno – 6.5 | Bruno received a yellow card against Spain. Other than that he did well and accounted for a respectable sum of 53 key passes.

L. Beraldo – 7.1 | Playing for the eternity of 90 minutes, Beraldo committed three fouls and indulged in two successful challenges.

Joao Gomes – 7.3| The midfielder carried upon the good work that he did against England in Brazil’s previous match. He looks like a promising young player from the Brazilian camp.

Lucas Paqueta – 7.7 | Paqueta was one of the prominent performers for Brazil on the night. His 96th-minute penalty helped his team in drawing the match against Spain.

Lucas Paqueta for Brazil against Spain
Lucas Paqueta for Brazil against Spain [Credit: Reuters]

Bruno Guimaraes – 6.3 | Played for 45 minutes and performed decently without having any game-changing moments to his name.

Raphinha – 6.2

Rodrygo – 7.9 | His 40th-minute goal helped Brazil to get back into the contest against Spain. Also, he had a total of two shots towards the opponent’s goal.

Vinicius Junior – Vinicius Junior was substituted in the 72nd minute of the Spain vs Brazil match. He had an average game and registered a total of three shots to his tally.

Substitutes

Andre – 6.2| Did well in his substitute appearance of around 45 minutes.

Douglas Luiz – 5.9 | Played a sum of about 20 minutes in the closing stages of the match. He was able to adjust to the pace of the game but failed to make any impactful contribution.

Endrick – 7.2 | Scored the 50th-minute goal for Brazil, which helped his team to level the score by 2-2 in the early stages of the second half. That’s now two goals for him in his previous two international outings for his country.

Galeno – 6.0

Yan Cauto – 6.4 | Played for around 45 minutes in Brazil’s friendly against Spain. Accounted for one successful tackle, committed one rash foul, and completed 16 key passes.

Andreas Periera – 6.3 | Coming on as a substitute the attacking midfielder did his job well. He was able to pick up important passes during crucial junctures of the match.

These were the Spain vs Brazil player ratings

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