Llorente, Correa, Berenguer and Budimir lead the ideal eleven of matchday 25 of Europa Press


Ángel Correa and Marcos Llorente, a lethal duo for Atlético de Madrid against Las Palmas with a double each, and Dani Vivian, Beñat Prados and Álex Berenguer, protagonists in Athletic Club's victory against Girona in San Mamés with a great defensive performance in The case of the first two and a magnificent double in that of the last, lead the ideal eleven of matchday 25 of LaLiga EA Sports by Europa Press prepared with Driblab statistics.

The full eleven is comprised of Orjan Nyland (Sevilla FC); Alberto Moreno (Villarreal CF), Rafa Marin (Sportivo Alaves), Dani Vivian (Athletic Club), Dimitri Foulquier (Valencia CF); Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad), Beñat Prados (Athletic Club), Marcos Llorente (Atletico de Madrid); Alex Berenguer (Athletic Club), Ante Budimir (CA Osasuna) and Angel Correa (Athletic Madrid).

Orja Nyland (Sevilla FC)

The Norwegian goalkeeper from Sevilla was the hero of the people of Seville in Mestalla. He managed to counteract all of Valencia's attempts with four saves in which he avoided 1.4 goals against. Additionally, he made three clearances and completed seven long passes.

Alberto Moreno (Villarreal CF)

The Spanish left-back gave a point that could be golden for Villarreal. He tied the game against Getafe with a great goal. In addition, he performed 47 actions with the ball, completed 24 passes and made a cross. In defense, he won three of the six duels he played.

Rafa Marín (Deportivo Alavés)

The Real Madrid youth center-back was insurmountable in his team's goalless draw at the Benito Villamarín. Against Betis, Rafa Marín made four clearances, recovered three balls, intercepted two shots and played two duels. Additionally, he participated in 37 ball actions and completed 18 passes.

Dani Vivian (Athletic Club)

Athletic's defender from Vitoria saved Girona's tie in one of the last plays of the match by taking a shot from Jhon Solís with his head. A finishing touch to another brilliant game from the red-and-white centre-back who made three clearances, intercepted two shots and played five duels. Additionally, he completed 32 of the 35 passes he attempted.

Dimitri Foulquier (Valencia CF)

The right back of the 'che' team was omnipresent in the duel against Sevilla. Foulquier participated in 106 ball actions, completing 61 passes. In addition, he created three scoring chances, made four crosses and made two dribbles. In defense, he played seven duels, made a clearance and recovered a ball.

Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad)

The Spanish international midfielder from Real Sociedad gave the San Sebastian team the three points in Mallorca with a goal in stoppage time. Merino was the 'txuri urdin' leader beyond the winning goal with 72 actions with the ball, three chances created, two crosses, 35 passes completed and 16 duels won.

Beñat Prados (Athletic Club)

The Athletic youth player is growing by leaps and bounds throughout the season, and his game against Girona was outstanding. With the ball, Prados completed 19 of the 21 passes he attempted and generated a scoring chance, while in defense he won seven of the nine duels he fought and recovered four balls.

Marcos Llorente (Atletico Madrid)

The Spanish international was the main protagonist of Atlético's victory against Las Palmas. Simeone decided to place him in the forward position and the Madrid native responded with a double. Furthermore, Llorente completed 100% of the passes he attempted, made three dribbles and caused a foul.

Álex Berenguer (Athletic Club)

The Navarrese winger is making the most of the opportunities that Ernesto Valverde gives him, and in Athletic's victory against Girona he was decisive with his two goals. In addition to the goals, he created two chances, made four crosses, completed 13 passes and played 11 duels.

Ante Budimir (CA Osasuna)

The Croatian striker from Osasuna continues to live an idyll with the goal. Against Cádiz, Budimir was the author of the two red goals that ultimately earned the three points for the Arrasate team. In addition, he was the player of the match who finished the most with 4 attempts, completed 10 passes, made three dribbles and won 10 aerial duels.

Ángel Correa (Atletico de Madrid)

The Argentine produced one of the best performances of the weekend in LaLiga with two goals and an assist. In addition to this, Correa participated a lot in the colchonero game with 36 actions with the ball, generated two scoring chances, completed 100% of the dribbles he attempted and won eight of the 10 duels he played.