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Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick and Gareth Bale’s brace helped Real Madrid thrash Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick and Gareth Bale’s

brace helped Real Madrid thrash Deportivo La
Coruna in La Liga.
Portugal forward Ronaldo struck either side of
James R
  • odriguez’s stunning goal to put Real 3-0
  • up half-time.
    Haris Medunjanin scored a penalty for Deportivo
    six minutes into the second half before Bale
    scored twice.
    Ronaldo then completed this hat-trick, and there
    was still time for Deportivo’s Jose Verdu Toche to
    score before Javier Hernandez’s late double.
    Real had beaten Swiss side Basel 5-1 in the
    Champions League during the week, but had
    underperformed in La Liga so far this season.
    Carlo Ancelotti’s side lost 4-2 to Real Sociedad and
    2-1 to champions Atletico Madrid in their previous
    two matches.
    But the hosts were no match for the expensively-
    assembled side at the Riazor, and were brushed
    aside as Real scored eight goals in an away match
    in La Liga for the first time.
    Ronaldo, linked with a return to former club
    Manchester United recently, put Real ahead with
    a 29th-minute header before Colombia forward
    Rodriguez curled home a superb effort home
    from distance.
    Deportivo goalkeeper German Lux made a
    mistake just before the interval which allowed
    Ronaldo to score a simple third.
    Medunjanin pulled a goal back for Deportivo from
    the penalty spot in the 50th minute after the
    referee ruled Sergio Ramos had handled in the
    area before Bale squeezed a low shot in off the
    far post in the 66th.
    The Wales forward notched his second 16
    minutes from time when he ran on to a pass from
    substitute Isco and clipped the ball over Lux into
    the far corner.
    Ronaldo completed his hat-trick four minutes
    later, Toche headed a second for the hosts in the
    84th and Hernandez, who joined on loan from
    Manchester United on deadline day, came off the
    bench and scored a quickfire double.
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