Europa Press's ideal eleven for matchday 19


Antonio Rüdiger, scorer of Real Madrid's winning goal against Mallorca and excellent in defense, Iván Martín and Paulo Gazzaniga, heroes of Girona in the victory of Michel's team in Montilivi against Atlético de Madrid with their goal in stoppage time and their saves, respectively, and Álvaro Morata, author of his first hat-trick with the Atlético shirt, lead the ideal eleven of matchday 19 of LaLiga EA Sports by Europa Press prepared with Driblab statistics.

The complete eleven is made up of Paulo Gazzaniga (Girona); José Luis Gayá (Valencia CF), Aitor Paredes (Athletic Club), Antonio Rüdiger (Real Madrid), Aitor Ruibal (Real Betis); Iván Martín (Girona FC), Martín Zubimendi (Real Sociedad), Pepelu (Valencia CF); Bryan Zaragoza (Granada CF), Sergio Camello (Rayo Vallecano) and Álvaro Morata (Atlético de Madrid).

Paulo Gazzaniga (Girona FC).

The Girona goalkeeper was one of the great protagonists of the Catalans' victory against Atlético. Despite conceding three goals, he supported his team in the moments when Simeone's team locked down Michel's team. In total, the Argentine goalkeeper made 9 saves and 2 clearances.

José Luis Gayá (Valencia CF).

Valencia's Spanish international full-back had a great game in his team's victory against Villarreal. His was the assist for the first goal of the match with a great back pass reaching the baseline. Furthermore, he participated in 52 actions with the ball, completed 92% of the passes he attempted, created a chance, won 4 duels and recovered 4 balls.

Aitor Paredes (Athletic Club).

The Athletic Club center back from Bilbao has been showing for weeks that he is in great form. Against Sevilla he once again showed a great defensive level, recovering 3 balls, intercepting a shot and clearing 4 times. In addition, he scored his first goal in the First Division with his team's second goal in the match.

Antonio Rudiger (Real Madrid).

The German is the true leader of Real Madrid's defense this season. In the match against Mallorca he once again dried up his counterpart, winning 67% of the duels he played, recovering 4 balls and making 2 clearances. Furthermore, he was the hero of the white victory, scoring the only goal of the match.

Aitor Ruibal (Real Betis).

The Betis right-back is taking advantage of his minutes in Bellerín's absence. Against Celta, despite the defeat of his team, he was one of the most outstanding players in the match. His was the goal that put the Verdiblancos ahead on the scoreboard, and he was also the third Betis player with the most interventions with the ball (73) and generated a scoring chance.

Iván Martín (Girona FC).

The Biscayan midfielder was the architect of Girona's winning goal against Atlético in injury time. His game, like his season, was once again colossal. He contributed work and depth to the team, being the player from Girona who finished on goal the most times (3). In addition, he generated 1 scoring opportunity, completed 96% of the 53 passes he attempted, won 5 of the 8 duels he played and recovered 7 balls, the most on his team.

Martín Zubimendi (Royal Society).

The Spanish international defensive midfielder rescued a point for Real Sociedad with a goal in stoppage time against Alavés. Furthermore, he was at a very high level in defense, winning 6 of 8 duels, recovering 3 balls and making 2 tackles. With the ball, he completed 51 passes, the second most on his team.

Pepelu (Valencia CF).

The midfielder from Levante has adapted perfectly to Baraja's team. He is the metronome of Valencia's game, and against Villarreal, in addition to commanding the midfield, he was the author of a double, converting two maximum penalties. He was also the Che player with the most actions with the ball (79), the one who made the most passes in the final third (17) and the one who won the most duels (8).

Bryan Zaragoza (Granada CF).

Granada won a game again 15 days later and part of the blame lies with the winger from Malaga. The Andalusian recovered the spark that had been missing in the last games. His was the second goal of the match and, in addition, he completed 4 of the 5 dribbles he attempted, generated 4 scoring chances and won 7 of the 11 duels in which he participated.

Sergio Camello (Rayo Vallecano).

The forward of the Madrid team had to wait until matchday 19 of the League to debut his scoring tally. Against Getafe at the Metropolitano, he scored both goals for his team to give Rayo Vallecano the victory. In addition, he generated a scoring chance and performed 28 actions with the ball.

Álvaro Morata (Atlético de Madrid).

The Spanish international had one of the best individual nights of his career in Montilivi. Morata was the author of the three goals scored by his team, a milestone marred by the defeat suffered against Girona (4-3) in a match in which he also saw another goal disallowed by the VAR for offside. In total, the Madrid striker scored six times against Paulo Gazzaniga's goal, generating 1.5 expected goals.