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Isco    M    Real Madrid
Isco came on as a 52nd minute subtitute Saturday as Real Madrid ran out 5-0 winners against Real Betis.

Fantasy Analysis

Isco was brought on just after half-time and looked effective, producing three second half crosses. the midfielder kept the ball very well, registering a game-high pass accuracy of 95.8% and will be hoping this display gets him closer to a first team berth.
Mateo Kovacic    M    Real Madrid
Kovacic came on as a 74th minute substitute Saturday as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 5-0.

Fantasy Analysis

New signing Kovacic came off the bench for the second game running as Real claimed its first win of the season. The midfielder wasn't given much game time to impress however, producing one cross and making 15 passes.
Luka Modric    M    Real Madrid
Modric played 74 minutes Saturday as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 5-0.

Fantasy Analysis

Modric was not at his influential best, taking just one shot in his time on the field. He kept the ball well however and produced three crosses before being replaced by Mateo Kovacic.
Danilo    D    Real Madrid
Danilo had a clean sheet for the second consecutive game as Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 5-0.

Fantasy Analysis

Danilo is yet to concede in a Real Madrid jersey as Real again effectively shut out the opposition. The right-back played the full game, making some important clearances and also supporting the offense by taking two shots on goal.
Marcelo    D    Real Madrid
Marcelo had a clean sheet as Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 5-0 Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Real was faced with newly-promoted opposition for the second game running and the defense was successful in shutting out the opposition once again. Marcelo played the full 90 minutes in that defense, breaking-up attacks from the left wing and forming an unusually very solid-looking Real Madrid backline. Furthermore the Brazilian produced six crosses as Real Madrid strolled to a very comfortable win.
Keylor Navas    G    Real Madrid
Navas saved a penalty as he kept a clean sheet Saturday in Real Madrid's 5-0 win over Real Betis.

Fantasy Analysis

Navas has seemed unfazed since taking the number one jersey and made it two clean sheets in-a-row after this win. The goalkeeper also saved a Betis penalty to ensure that Real is yet to concede this season.
Sergio Ramos    D    Real Madrid
Ramos had a clean sheet Saturday as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 5-0.

Fantasy Analysis

Ramos made it two clean sheets in as many games and is yet to concede since penning a new contract in the summer. The defender was impressive with a game-high number of nine clearances and also struck the post with one of his three efforts on goal.
Toni Kroos    M    Real Madrid
Kroos had an assist Saturday in Real Madrid's dominant 5-0 win over Real Betis.

Fantasy Analysis

Kross assisted James' acrobatic 50th minute effort as Real ran out comfortable winners. The midfielder didn't have much of an impact aside from that however, receiving a yellow card and being substitued for Casemiro with 63 minutes played.
Raphael Varane    D    Real Madrid
Varane conceded a penalty but kept a clean sheet as Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 5-0 Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Varane has been one of Real's most consistent performers in recent times but was at fault when he clumsily conceded a penalty against Betis. The defender was fortunate however as Keylor Navas saved the resulting spot-kick. Varane was also booked in what was not his greatest of games but kept a clean sheet regardless.
Casemiro    D    Real Madrid
Casemiro grabbed an assist on his debut Saturday as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 5-0.

Fantasy Analysis

Casemiro made his first appearance since arriving from FC Porto in the summer and marked it with an assist. The Brazilian set-up Gareth Bale's excellent long-range effort in the 89th minute and will hope this performance has impressed coach Rafael Benitez.