Madrid: Adán (Tomás Mejías
83'); Arbeloa, Pepe, Carvalho, Marcelo; Xabi Alonso (Raúl Albiol 57'),
Lass; Di María, Özil (Adebayor 75'), Cristiano Ronaldo;
Higuaín (Benzema 75'). 4-2-3-1.
Getafe: Ustari; Miguel Torres, Cata Díaz, Mario, Mané; Casquero (Mosquero 63'), Boateng (Dani Parejo 70'), Borja; Arizmendi, Adrián Colunga, Adrián Sardinero (Miku 46'). 4-3-3.
1-0. 23. Ronaldo. Got between two defenders to head Özil cross wide of Ustari.
2-0. 57. Ronaldo. Turned shot past keeper after Özil crossed in from left of area.
3-0. 76. Benzema. Controlled Xabi Alonso pass and fired shot in to roof of net.
4-0. 91. Ronaldo (penalty). After Ronaldo himself brought down by Mané in area.
Yellow cards: Carvalho 60', Boateng 67', Mané 74'.
Real Madrid kept their slim hopes of winning the title alive with a 4-0 win over city neighbours Getafe on Tuesday evening, although Barcelona only need one point in their last three games to be sure of staying ahead of them in the table. Mourinho gave a run out to young keepers Adán and Mejías, although the rest of the line up was his strongest whilst there was still a mathematical chance of success. Cristiano Ronaldo was also looking to stay ahead of Messi in the Pichichi chart, and he scored a hat-trick to make it seven in the last four days, taking him to within two of the all-time league record of 38, held jointly by Bilbao's Zarra and Madrid's own Hugo Sánchez. Ronaldo's first came midway through the first half, a well placed header from Özil's cross, and Özil set him up for a second before the striker rounded things off with a last minute penalty. And in between substitute Benzema fired home another from a long Xabi Alonso assist to leave Michel's side on the brink of the relegation spots.