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  1. Ronaldo, Benzema and Bale start for Real
  2. Zidane's side are unbeaten in 21 games but drawn last 4
  3. Carrasco scores hat-trick as Atletico thrash Granada
  4. Messi scores on return from injury as Barca thrash Deportivo 4-0

Live Reporting

By Pete Oliver and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    So, the top four in La Liga have all won today and scored 20 goals between them.

    The status quo therefore remains with Atletico Madrid leading the way from local rivals Real.

    Barcelona are fourth with Sevilla gate-crashing the party thanks to a first away win.

    It's Champions League all the way now for Spain's big guns.

    And no wonder they do so well after barely breaking sweat on the domestic front.

    Good night.

  2. Post update

    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    That's all folks and it didn't sound too good for Betis boss Gus Poyet.

    Whistles all round.


    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid


    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    Still time for Petros to be booked, though, for pulling back Real substitute Marco Asensio.


    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    We'll only be having two more minutes.

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    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    It must be said, the oldest 'boy' has been superb for Betis.

    Joaquin is 35 but hasn't stopped and shows time and again that the first few yards are in the head.

  7. Post update

    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    Another chance for Cristiano Ronaldo as Real still go hunting for goals but this time he slices wide.

    Men against boys again now.

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    Martyn Smith: Complete joke you wouldn't get a scoreline like that in the premier league


    Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    Gareth Bale gets a breather for the last few minutes as he is replaced by 20-year-old Marco Asensio.

  10. GOAL - Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    It's the complete night now for Real with Cristiano Ronaldo adding his name to the scoresheet.

    It's only his second La Liga goal of the season but there looks to be no diminishing of his finishing power.

    Ronaldo plays a one-two with Alvaro Morata before driving to the edge of the box and drilling a low shot into the bottom corner.

    Six of the best.

    Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates

    Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid

    Roman Zozulya collects another yellow card for Betis after a late challenge.


    Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid

    Karim Benzema certainly won't be getting another goal now as his work is done for the night.

    Real boss Zinedine Zidane sends on Alvaro Morata in the striker's place.

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    Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid

    Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Antonio Adan is doing his best to keep the score down.

    Real smell blood and only a superb right-handed block by Adan prevents Karim Benzema adding to the tally.

    Cristiano Ronaldo has another chance but heads over.


    Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid

    The last throw of the die for Gus Poyet as Betis make their third substitution.

    Daniel Ceballos is on for Jonas Martin.  


    Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid

    Real boss Zinedine Zidane makes his first change of the night as Mateo Kavicic goes off to be replaced by Lucas Vazquez.

  17. GOAL - Real Betis 1-5 Real Madrid


    Panic over (if there was one for Real) as another superb goal puts them back in control.

    Isco is again the beneficiary as he curls a beauty into the top corner following another flowing move to claim his second goal of the night. 

    Cristiano Ronaldo provides the final pass.

    Isco and Gareth Bale celebrate
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    Real Betis 1-4 Real Madrid

    Real were cruising but the swagger has gone missing for now. It's time to roll the sleeves up.

    Real Madrid celebration
  19. GOAL - Real Betis 1-4 Real Madrid

    Alvaro Cejudo

    Betis substitute Alvaro Cejudo makes a rapid impression with a classy finish to pull a goal back for Betis.

    Real started the half in sloppy fashion and when Pepe conceded possession, the home side pounced.

    Joaquin slipped in Cejudo and the midfielder did the rest as he calmly slotted his first goal of the season past Keylor Navas.

  20. Post update

    Real Betis 0-4 Real Madrid

    It's a bright start to the second half from the home side, though, and veteran Joaquin almost pulls a goal back but his header is cleared from in front of goal by Pepe.