Another assured display from Lopez who commanded his area brilliantly from crosses and set-piece situations. Could do nothing about Lafita's deflected opener although he did produce some fine saves when called upon.
Looked impressive whenever coming forward from right-back. His pace and accurate crossing caused problems to the Getafe back line all game.
Did not look out of place in an unfamiliar left-back role and stifled the threat of Diego Castro effectively. He acted as a good attacking outlet on the overlap.
Was a constant threat from attacking set-pieces and scored the equaliser when he responded quickest to poke home the rebound. Was unfortunate to see Lafita's shot deflect off him for the game's opening goal.
A promising performance from the Spanish youngster who showed good reading of the play to sweep up whenever Real Madrid's defence was exposed.
A quiet performance from the summer signing who helped keep things simple in the centre of midfield.
Was called into the starting lineup after Bale's late withdrawal and did not fail to disappoint, showcasing some splendid footwork and scoring with a fine, curling effort.
Á. di María
He may not have got on the scoresheet but he caused the Getafe defence all sorts of problems with his incisive passing and dangerous crosses.
The German international produced a solid tackling display to break up the Getafe attack and even got down the other end to assist Ronaldo's second goal.
Scored a first-half penalty and an improvised backheel flick to surpass Hugo Sanchez's record of 207 goals. Looks set for another splendid goalscoring season as he was a constant threat to Moya's goal.
A disappointing performance from the Frenchman who missed a hatful of chances to get his name on the scoresheet. Was finally substituted after sections of the crowd demanded for the introduction of Morata.
Produced some smart saves to deny Ronaldo but was fortunate not to be sent off when he appeared to trip the Portuguese attacker outside the box.
Really struggled to cope with the movement of Di Maria and was unsurprisingly withdrawn by Garcia at half-time.
Was Getafe's most impressive defender, producing a series of well-time blocks and tackles to keep the scoreline respectable.
- 4 L. López
Was caught sleeping from Ronaldo's quick free kick but did a good job on the whole in limiting the Madrid threat down the right-hand side.
The former Real Madrid man looked Getafe's most dangerous creative threat with his quick movement and intelligent reading of the game.
Opened the scoring with a deflected strike and looked lively in the hole behind Miku. However, his game was brought to an early end after Carvajal's rash challenge.
Not the best of days for the 27-year-old who failed to hold the line for Pepe's goal before handling in the box to gift Real Madrid a penalty. His day got even worse when he was sent off for bringing down Jese.
Found himself well marshalled by Arbeloa and had more joy when he drifted infield, threading through some neat passes for Miku.
Did a good job in marking Isco during the first half but seemed to tire and was outplayed by the Real Madrid midfielder as the game went on.
Provided the assist for Lafita's opener and often found himself embroiled in physical battles with Pepe and Carvajal. Was fortunate to escape punishment after appearing to elbow the right-back in the ribs.
Came on to replace Escudero at half-time and gave Getafe some defensive stability, despite struggling to prevent Carvajal from causing problems down the right.
The young midfielder looked impressive when he was introduced and often got into some promising positions between the Real Madrid midfield and defence.