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Lokomotiv Moscow 1-1 Atlético Madrid: Player Ratings

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Atlético could not convert second half chances and head home with a disappointing draw.

FBL-EUR-C1-LOKOMOTIV-ATLETICO Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Oblak Guessed incorrectly on Anton Miranchuk’s 25th minute spot kick and had little to do thereafter as Atlético Madrid dominated the game. It’s the fifth straight Champions League game in which he’s conceded. 4

Trippier With little defensive work to do, the England international got to focus on what he does best — well-whipped crosses and take-ons to create space. He finished with three key passes. 6.5

Savić Completed 98 percent of his passes and did a good job forcing Zé Luis into a poor low cross when Lokomotiv Moscow broke forward late. He’s adjusted really well to playing in a much-higher line. 7.5

Giménez Scored an 18th minute header, as his excellent movement placed him in position to take up a pinpoint long ball off Héctor Herrera’s boot. 8

Lodi Struggled when forced into one-on-one matchups with Vladislav Ignatev in the first half. An all-action Koke allowed him to get further forward and offer danger, but nothing very clear. 4.5

Herrera Conceded a penalty just minutes after a brilliant assist for Jose Giménez. The play went to VAR, and the ball deflected first off Herrera’s body, but he appeared to be in an unnatural position as it clattered off his hand. That’s three errors leading to goal in three Champions League starts this campaign. 4.5

Saúl Appeared relatively fit after a five-game layoff and forced Guilherme into a good save from an outside-the-box effort. Koke replaced him for the second 45. 5

Llorente Looked endlessly for opportunities and linked up well with Kieran Trippier down the right side. Used speed and many clever turns to find space, but couldn’t make much out of it this time. 6

Correa Really lively and confident throughout. He nearly curled Atlético back in front after the Miranchuk penalty, but hit the crossbar from long range after he took up a Suárez backheel. 7

Félix Struggled to get into the game during a first half in which he attempted one shot. Probed more and got closer in the second half, but Guilherme stopped him with two flying saves. 6.5

Suárez Took a beating in the first half as Lokomotiv crowded him out with physicality. Couldn’t always stay onside and Guilherme snagged his diving back post header off the line. 4.5


Koke Instantly took control of the match, and just about all the play went through him in the second half. Hit the post with a 65th minute header. 8

Vitolo Injured his hamstring after 10 minutes and will miss time once more. N/A

Lemar Appears to be playing with a bit more confidence, but couldn’t place his passes or connect with Lodi down the left. 5

Torreira Offered really clean passing and tried to keep Atlético in control, but the game was petering out by the time he entered. N/A