Oct 18, 2014 at 3pm UK at ‚ÄčEstadi Ciutat de Valencia
Real Madrid

Juanfran (12'), Camarasa (24'), Gavilan (28'), Lopez (45')
FT(HT: 0-2)
Ronaldo (13' pen., 61'), Hernandez (38'), Rodriguez (66'), Isco (82')

Result: Real Madrid put five past Levante

Result: Real Madrid put five past Levante
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Real Madrid extend their La Liga winning streak after an emphatic 0-5 victory against Levante.

Real Madrid have extended their La Liga winning streak to five games with an emphatic 0-5 win against Levante this afternoon.

Madrid took control of the game early on, with Isco and Luka Modric in particular dictating play in the middle of the park.

Cristiano Ronaldo was presented with a great chance to open the scoring after collecting a pass from Toni Kroos, but his effort flew just wide of the post.

The Portuguese, who had scored in his last five matches against Levante, looked in ominous mood throughout the half and again came close after arrowing a shot wide of the net.

Victor Casadesus, operating as a lone striker for the hosts, struggled to get on the ball as Madrid played possession football in the opening exchanges.

Los Blancos were eventually awarded a penalty after Javier Hernandez was tripped in the box by Juanfran.

Ronaldo stepped up and thumped the spot kick into the back of the net to put his side in the lead.

Levante's response came in the form of Ruben Garcia and Papakouli Diop, who both fired wide.

Hernandez made it two for Madrid, however, after James Rodriguez delivered an inviting cross onto the head of the Mexican, who could not miss from close range.

After the break, Ronaldo advanced into the Levante box before striking on goal, but Diego Marino was there to make an impressive save to keep his side in the game.

Unfortunately for Levante's fans their resistance didn't last long, as Ronaldo continued his lethal form this season by slotting in his 15th of the campaign before James struck to make it four for the visitors.

Isco then arrowed into the top corner to cap an emphatic victory for Madrid as they came away with all three points.

Real Madrid's Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring during the Spanish league football match Villarreal CF vs Real Madrid CF at El Madrigal stadium in Villareal on September 27, 2014
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