Made a smart save on a close range Reyes effort, but otherwise, his first game against his former club was rather uneventful in goal.
Caught a bit complacent as he got turned far too easily by Manu for Sevilla's consolation goal in the closing stages of the game.
Absolutely dominant in the air as he nullified Sevilla’s threat from free kicks and crosses. His impact was not limited to his own area, as he provided significant presence at the other end of the pitch on set pieces.
Your typical Arbeloa display - solid and simple at the back while providing a decent, if unspectacular option going forward.
Navas was able to manufacture space a bit too easily once or twice, but otherwise, Coentrao took care of business at the back and linked well with Ronaldo out wide.
Gave a very positive impression of himself in an advanced midfield position. Looked confident on the ball, and made some intelligent plays under pressure from the Sevilla defence.
A disciplined game from the Croatian, who took a measured approach to his passing and did not abandon his central position without great cause.
A hard worker in the centre of the park, though admittedly, he will be faced with much harder tests in the coming months than this timid Sevilla midfield.
Looked uncomfortable sharing space with Benzema, and despite squaring a nifty assist for Ronaldo to complete his hattrick, he was given an early bath with two yellow cards. Admittedly his first, for handball, was rather harsh.
There were calls for him to be rested with Manchester United on the horizon, but Mourinho threw his compatriot on from the start, and his decision was fully vindicated by an electrifying display. Ronaldo scored three and assisted another, with a devilish shimmy and shot from 20 yards out the pick of a quality bunch. Taken off around the hour mark to a thunderous ovation from the home fans.
With Higuain provisionally occupying the centre forward spot, Benzema often drifted wide to receive the ball. This nullified his goal threat somewhat, but he still managed to come up trumps in that regard with the simplest of tap-ins to open the scoring.
Could not be blamed for any of the Madrid goals as the defence in front of him was extremely unreliable.
Ronaldo was able to sprint in behind him as if he wasn't there for Madrid's opening goal. He was decent otherwise, but that lapse cost his team.
A tad unlucky to see his attempted clearance bobble into the path of Benzema for the opener, and he committed a few careless fouls.
An awful moment of hesitancy to allow a routine back-header to float past him, from which Ronaldo ran in behind to score his second goal.
Hit or miss from the centre back, who was nervy when the likes of Ronaldo ran directly at him.
Try as he might, he simply was not able to stem the tide of the game against his side. Second best a number of times in midfield.
José Antonio Reyes
Though he managed to squeeze in a shot that forced Diego Lopez to work, he was too often found retreating into his shell when on the ball. Needed to be far more ambitious.
The best of a sorry Sevilla bunch. Navas did not let his head drop even as the goals kept raining in at the other end. He constantly looked to run at Coentrao, and was able to get a few good deliveries in ahead of the full back.
An abject display from the midfielder, who failed to offer his defence any sort of protection. Beaten with ease by Ronaldo for Madrid's second, before picking up his second yellow card in the closing stages.
Offered his side little of note in midfield as he failed to create anything meaningful while his defensive work was unsatisfactory.
Led the line decently for the visitors, giving the Madrid defence something to thing about with his work off the ball. Really starved for service though.
Strong and mobile at the back, preventing Sevilla from getting much of a look in at goal.
Rarely tested in what was a comfortable run out with the game long put to bed.
Some neat touches and a willingness to make runs off the ball in his limited spell on the field.