Bournemouth 0-6 Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo scores twice

A Real Madrid side including Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mesut Ozil cruised to a 6-0 friendly win at Championship side Bournemouth.

New Real boss Carlo Ancelotti took a near full-strength squad to the South Coast for his first game in charge of the nine-time European champions.

Ronaldo scored a first-half brace before Germany midfielder Sami Khedira added a third before the break.

Gonzalo Higuain, Angel Di Maria and Casemiro scored second-half goals.

Bournemouth v Real Madrid in pictures

AFC Bournemouth and Real Madrid squads

Former Manchester United star Ronaldo, the world's most expensive footballer, was cheered by all four sides of the ground throughout the match and entertained fans with a series of flicks and tricks.

Bournemouth, who won promotion to the second-tier of English football last season, announced the glamorous friendly at Goldsands Stadium earlier this month.

Cherries fans queued overnight to buy tickets, which cost up to £60, and the match was played in front of a capacity 12,000 crowd.

Home supporters were not disappointed by a strong Real line-up which also included new £23m signing Isco.

Only players who represented Spain and Brazil in the recent Confederations Cup tournament, including Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, were absent from Ancelotti's squad.

The ex-Chelsea and Paris St-Germain boss, 54, replaced Jose Mourinho at the Spanish champions last month, following the Portuguese's return to Stamford Bridge.