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Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Zidane speaks on 5-0 victory

12 Diciembre 2017

The Portugal star, who won his fifth Ballon d'Or this week to draw level with Lionel Messi in the all-time standings, was inspirational to his side's demolition of the visitors in the first half at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Four then became five in the 42nd minute when Hakimi raced onto a pass from Benzema before beating Rico at his near post to cap what was an incredible first half of football at the Bernabeu.

Marco Asensio broke forward and played in Ronaldo - who paraded his five Ballons d'Or to the crowd before kick-off - to slot home from just inside the area.

32-year-old Ronaldo had also won the 2017 Best FIFA men's player of the year award for the second time.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has talked up the quality of his side's performance during their 5-0 drubbing of Sevilla this afternoon. There's no player more complete than me.

Zidane, who won the Ballon d'Or in 1998, smiled when asked if he or Ronaldo was the better player.

Los Blancos went on a rampage in the first half.

"Sometimes he doesn't and nobody is happy, but you always have to be careful with him". I was even demotivated.

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Zidane said that Gareth Bale was stepping up his recovery from recent muscle problems and may be ready for a full return soon.

It's expected that there will be significant investment in the January transfer window, something that the Brazilian defender is prepared for.

Spanish champions Real Madrid on Saturday thumped Sevilla 5-0 to cut down Barcelona's lead on the LaLiga log.

Mundo Deportivo decided to lead with a story celebrating Barcelona's unbeaten start to the season, which has seen them storm to a five-point lead at the top of La Liga.

"I hope things have changed now, and we can keep going like this, scoring goals".

On a playing level, I think we've had some good games, against Real [Sociedad] and Dortmund in the Champions League, for example.

"Losing here is not the end of the world, but the way it happened perhaps bothers more than anything", Marcucci said, quoted on the Sevilla website.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Zidane speaks on 5-0 victory