Sevilla vs Dinamo Zagreb Player Ratings as Sevilla Beat Dinamo Zagreb 3-1

Seville vs Dinamo Zagreb: Sevilla host Croatian giants Dinamo Zagreb at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the first halfst First leg round of 32 Europa League teams.

The first half was packed with action as Sevilla were awarded a penalty out of 13order minutes converted by Rakitic. Orsic equalized for Zagreb before two goals late in the first half from Ocampos and Martial put Sevilla in command.

The second half lacked goals but the intensity was up right away. Zagreb could not find the net and Sevilla defended well, keeping the score at half-time.

Let’s see the rating of the players for the match Sevilla vs Dinamo Zagreb conflict: –

Sevilla vs Dinamo Zagreb . Player Ranking


Yassine Bounou (October 7): Bounou made 3 saves but couldn’t keep a clean sheet and conceded in the first half.

Jules Kounde (6.5/10): Kounde has collaborated with Ocampos on a number of occasions but has not been able to produce anything extraordinary.

Diego Carlos (7.4/10): Carlos excelled at the back and made some important last-minute intercepts and saves.

Karim Rekik (6.4 / 10): Rekik had a pretty good defensive game before getting injured. He was defeated in 50order minute.

Marcos Acuna (7.7/10): Acuna continued his work as usual and didn’t let any attacks on his flank.

Alejandro Gomez (8.2/10): Gomez created the most chances of the match. He provided the assist for Martial to score in the first half.

Fernando (6.8 / 10): The central midfielder had a pretty good game but was not at his best. He was replaced by Torres in the second half.

Ivan Rakitic (7.9/10): Rakitic opened the scoring for Sevilla by converting a penalty. He distributed the ball well and was one of the attacking shots in the final third.

Lucas Ocampos (8.2/10): Ocampos scored a late goal in the first half Seville a lead. His attacks from the right flank are powerful and threatening.

Munir El Haddadi (7.2/10): The left wing doesn’t have much of the ball but he looks like he can create chances with the ball at his feet.

Anthony Martial (8.1/10): The striker doubled Sevilla’s lead in injury time at half-time. He completed the most dribbles in the match- 5.

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Nemanja Gudelj (6.2 / 10): Gudelj has replaced the injured Rekik and has settled into his place.

Thomas Delaney (6.8/10): Delaney came on from the bench and immediately appeared majestic, taking control of the midfield.

Oliver Torres (6.4/10): Torres came in for Fernando and played well in the midfield.

Youssef En-Nesyri (6.4 / 10): The striker took possession of the ball and fouled as Sevilla wanted the clock to run down.

Jesus Navas (NA)

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Dominik Livakovic (5.2 / 10): Livakovic’s foul resulted in a first-half penalty being converted and conceding two more goals later.

Kevin Theophile-Catherine (October 6): The central defender had a good combination, but made a few lucky mistakes that did not go into their net.

Josip Sutalo (7.2 / 10): Sutalo made important saves in the box and defended calmly in 1v1 situations.

Bartol Franjic (6.7/10): Franjic was present in a good defensive position and made important saves.

Stefan Ristovski (7.5/10): Ristovski had an assist and created a chance from the right.

Amer Gojak (October 7): Gojak was one of the players with the most touches on the Zagreb team but it just didn’t materialize.

Arijan Ademi (5.7/10): Ademi failed to impose any presence in the midfield and had a game to forget.

Petar Bockaj (6.9 / 10): His pass on the left flank was precise but his passes were not converted into chances.

Deni Juric (October 6): Juric was ineffective in the game and was knocked out in round 57order minute.

Mislav Orsic (8.1/10): Scoring the team’s only goal, Orsic was arguably Zagreb’s best player of the night.

Bruno Petkovic (6.5/10): Petkovic had a mediocre game. He had the fewest touches of any player in the game and lacked effect up front.

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Rasmus Lauritsen (6.4/10): Lauritsen was not effective in the game but recovered the ball when not in possession.

Mahir Emreli (5.6 / 10): Emreli had a game to forget coming on from the bench as he was unaffected.

Daniel Stefulj (6.1/10): Stefulj cannot make much difference in the upcoming match.

Sadegh Moharrami (NA)

Dario Spikic (NA)

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Subhankar Mondal

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