The goalkeeper was a mere spectator in the first half though he did make two smart saves in the second period to deny Bergdich.
Hoped to atone for his 17th career red card in midweek and whilst he was solid at the back, he spurned two glorious free headers early on which could have given Real Madrid the lead.
The Brazilian was assured in defence and acted as a brilliant attacking outlet on the overlap, providing the assists for Bale's second half strikes.
Looks a far more complete defender in his second spell at the club and he marauded up and down the right flank all game. Was controversially flagged offside when he set up Benzema's disallowed goal.
He produced a dominant performance in the air and merged a good partnership with Ramos to effectively contain the threat of Guerra.
The Welshman shone in Ronaldo's absence, netting a hat trick and providing a glorious cross for Benzema's goal. Already has nine goals in the Real Madrid jersey.
The youngster's awareness and vision ensured he was almost untouchable in the Real Madrid midfield. Showed some brilliant touches and passes to unlock the Valladolid defence.
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Staked his claim for a first-team spot with a fantastic performance. He constantly got the better of Alcatraz down the left and he struck the crossbar with a stunning strike before setting up the first goal.
Came back into the side after sitting out the midweek win over Galatasaray and he produced a magnificent passing display in the midfield, frequently exposing gaps and stretching the Valladolid defence.
The Croatian was tidy in possession and his close control helped Real Madrid to dominate the midfield battle.
After a difficult start to the season, Benzema has found his form in recent weeks and his movement caused the Valladolid defence problems all game. Scored the second goal with a clinical header.
The goalkeeper produced some smart saves to deny Di Maria and Morata and he will no doubt feel let down by his defence as he had no chance of saving any of Real Madrid's goals.
The centre-back was frequently caught out of position and looked unconvincing when defending set-pieces. However, he did produce some good interceptions to deny crosses from either wing.
The left-back could not cope with Bale's quick footwork and movement although he did attempt to assist the attack whenever possible and came close to scoring with a low drilled effort in the second half.
The Colombian was run ragged by Di Maria down the right and his failure to cope with the Argentine exposed his defence on many occasions.
He looked the likeliest player to score for Valladolid with his willingness to run at defenders and strike at goal. Looked most effective when cutting in from the right.
The former-Barcelona defender struggled to cope with the movement of Benzema and often failed to maintain a straight defensive line.
The on-loan Juventus man impressed in Ebert's absence and his tireless box-to-box approach, combined with his neat passing, established him as one of Valladolid's stand-out performers.
The Swedish winger failed to make an impact in the first half and was well contained by Marcelo, forcing Jose Ignacio Martinez to haul him off at the break.
He battled bravely in the midfield but was ultimately outclassed by the likes of Alonso and Isco.
The experienced 34-year-old produced some strong tackles and reading of the play to effectively break up the Real Madrid attacks through the middle of the pitch.
When playing at the Bernabeu, you must take your chances and Valladolid's top goalscorer failed to do so, notably in the first half when he sliced a volley off target when unmarked at the back post.