Madrid: Casillas; Dani Carvajal, Pepe, Varane,
Marcelo; Khedira (Morata 74'), Illarramendi; Di María, Modric (Isco
66'), Cristiano Ronaldo; Benzema (Jesé 80'). 4-2-3-1.
Copenhagen: Wiland; Jacobsen, Mellberg, Sigurdsson, Bengtsson; Gislason, Claudemir, Delaney, Toutouh (Bolaños 62'); Braaten (Adi 65'), Jorgensen (Kristensen 72'). 4-4-2.
1-0. 21. Ronaldo. Got behind keeper to head Marcelo cross down in to net.
2-0. 65. Ronaldo. Near post header after Di María flicked ball across area.
3-0. 71. Di María. Picked up Benzema pass and cut across area to score.
4-0. 91. Di María. Fired shot wide of Wiland after clearance deflected by Morata.
A comfortable victory again for Real Madrid in their second group game on Wednesday evening, a 4-0 scoreline against Copenhagen taking them well clear at the top of their mini-league. After their defeat against Atlético at the weekend, Ancelotti's side really need a good win to calm the nerves, and after Benzema and Khedira went close, Cristiano Ronaldo took advantage of a misjudged jump by Wiland to head Marcelo's cross in to the empty net. The Danish side came close to an equalizer though when Jorgensen headed a corner against the bar, Modric clearing the rebound off the line with Casillas beaten. Twenty minutes in to the second half however Ronaldo headed in his second of the night and his fifth in two European games after Di María's "rabona" style cross with his wrong foot, and Di María himself made it three after picking up an assist from Benzema. With the game coming to an end Di María got his second of the game after Morata charged down a clearance, and Casillas delighted the local fans with late saves from Bolaños and Adi as the locals relaxed in the final minutes.