Real Madrid 5-0 Deportivo la Coruna, Gareth Bale scores cap trap in Zinedine Zidane’s first play. Gareth Bale scored hat-trick. Real Madrid as they detract Deportivo la Coruna 5-0 in Zinedine Zidane’s first game in control.
Karim Benzema scored Real’s opening objective with a keen six-yard complete, before Bale headed past German Lux to twofold their lead after only 22 minutes.
The Welshman then scored his second of the night with a fine left-footed completion in the second half, before finishing his treble with an effective header soon after the hour mark.
Benzema then multiplied his count with a stoppage-time strike, crushing a relentless exertion past Lux to secure each of the three focuses for Zidane’s side.
With 15 minutes on the clock, a Real corner was cleared to Sergio Ramos, who volleyed the ball towards Benzema and the Frenchman tranquilly concealed the ball to open the scoring – regardless of calls of offside from the Deportivo barrier.
Only seven minutes after Benzema’s opener, Real full-back Dani Carvajal grabbed the ball on the right flank and conveyed an incredible cross onto the head of Bale, who gestured it past a sprawling Lux.
Depor had odds of their own all through the opening period, with Lucas Perez spurning various chances – outstandingly an eleventh moment exertion which was radiantly spared by Keylor Navas.
When Bale found an onrushing Cristiano Ronaldo in the zone, whose header cannoned off the left post. Previous Newcastle midfielder Jonas Gutierrez was brought on at the break, however he was feeble to keep away from Bale’s second of the night after the Welshman expertly occupied Cristiano Ronaldo’s cross into the base right corner.
Before a tumultuous Bernabeu swarm, the Welsh winger netted his third of the diversion with a projectile header that flew past Lux – his twelfth alliance objective of season and 51st by and large no doubt.
Regardless of trailing by four objectives, Deportivo kept on assaulting and were just about remunerated for their try – yet Pepe’s last-dump tackle kept a specific Perez objective from five yards.
To finish a hopeless night for Depor, Real substitute Jese broke forward and squared the ball to an unmarked Ronaldo and in spite of being seized, the ball tumbled to Benzema who let go the ball off the crossbar to secure the win.
The outcome is the greatest win for a debutant Real supervisor since Manuel Fleitas Solich’s 7-1 win over Real Betis in 1959, and it moves Los Blancos to inside of two purposes of association pioneers Barcelona.