How Spain players rated at the 2022 World Cup

Spain disappointed at the 2022 World Cup by being knocked out by Morocco in the last 16. We take a look at how each player played at the tournament in Qatar.

Unai Simón: Disappointed against Japan. Came up with a big save on Musiala in the second half against Germany and denied Sané. 6

César Azpilicueta: Provided the cross for Morata’s goal against Japan. 5

Dani Carvajal: Gave away possession under pressure and failed to influence going forward. 4

Aymeric Laporte: 6

Pau Torres: 4

Rodri: Composed at centre-back, which is not his natural position, but where Luis Enrique played him. 7

Jordi Alba: Was excellent against Costa Rica and assisted Morata against Germany but more was expected against Morocco. 6

Alejandro Balde: Called up late after an injury to José Luis Gayà. 6

Sergio Busquets: Not the tournament he was hoping for and it could be his last World Cup. 3

Gavi: His first World Cup. Gives 100% and is one for the future. 7

Pedri: Not at his best in Qatar. 5

Koke: Didn’t influence play when called upon. 3

Marcos Llorente: Suffered playing at right-back against Morocco. 4

Carlos Soler: Missed in the penalty shootout against Morocco. 4

Ferran Torres: Scored a brace against Costa Rica but was poor in the following games. 3

Dani Olmo: Excellent against Costa Rica. Offered little in the last 16 clash. 6

Pablo Sarabia: Missed a penalty and hit the post before the penalty shootout. Only played two minutes. N/A

Álvaro Morata: Didn’t play as much as he would have wanted to but scored three goals for La Roja. 7

Marco Asensio: Played well against Costa Rica in the 7-0 victory. 6

Nico Williams: Added pace and energy down the right but offered little end product. 5

Ansu Fati: 4

GSFN | Kieran Quaile

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