Victory at the Bernabeu was key for the Madridistas to start off the right foot in their quest for the Undecima -- their 11th title in the top European club competition.
Despite a slow beginning of the match, in which they lacked pace and passing rhythm, the hosts only had to take advantage of a series of mistakes by both the visitors and the referee to ease their way to a comfortable win.
Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick took his tally in the last two matches to an amazing eight goals. Even though two of them arrived from the penalty spot, the Portuguese striker seems to have recovered his best form and he was instrumental in most of his team's attacking moves.
Madrid coach Rafael Benitez should feel somewhat vindicated after the recent performances of his team: Real Madrid have now scored 15 times in the last three matches without having conceded a single goal, numbers that speak for themselves.
The only negatives of the match came in the shape of apparent injuries to Gareth Bale, Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos, all of whom were replaced.That can be a problem for the Real Madrid Manager cause Gareth Bale is playing a key role in Real Madrid Success and we all know that he is the best player in his position.lets hope what the manger will do in the next game.it will be exiting to watch the next game of Real Madrid