The Portuguese sensation netted three times in the second half and reflected positively on his team's performance, while reserving encouragement for injured stopper Iker Casillas
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And Ronaldo has admitted his satisfaction with Madrid's convincing win, stating that Carlo Ancelotti's side "controlled the entire game."
"You cannot start better. Scoring six goals is very good, it gives us confidence. We're doing well," Ronaldo told TVE.
"We wanted to start strong. The opposition were complicated but, after the goal, we controlled the entire game.
"In the first few minutes they created the best opportunities but we responded very well. We played very well following the goal."
Ronaldo also touched on the misfortune of goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who was injured by Sergio Ramos and forced to depart 14 minutes into his first start of the season.
"It's bad luck for Casillas," the Portuguese winger added. "He has been hurt - but he will recover and will return for sure."
With Copenhagen and Juventus playing out a 1-1 draw in Denmark, Ancelotti's men have been handed an early lead in the Group B standings.