Made some very strong saves but was left rooted to the spot for no less than three of the visitors' goals. Should have done a lot better.
Lost the belief in the cause very early in the game as he did not exert maximum effort to chase down the likes of Bale on a few runs forward.
Beaten with consummate ease by Ronaldo, who then went on to blast in the opener. Could not keep up with the opposition.
Like Paulao, he was barely able to influence proceedings at the back, coming off second best in a few duels with the Madrid frontline.
Put in two good deliveries into the box that his team-mates failed to attack but he could do little to stem the tide in the other half of the field.
Was dominated in the centre of the park and could never get a grip on proceedings.
Picked up a yellow for a careless challenge on Benzema and spent most of his time chasing Madrid's wide men in vain.
Never able to come close to stopping the likes of Modric and Di Maria from weaving their magic centrally.
Anonymous for the majority of the game. A supremely frustrating outing.
Moved well off the ball but was never found in a dangerous position by his team-mates.
Tried hard but his only notable contribution was a devilish cross that no one in green was able to attack.
Comfortable outing in goal as he barely had a save to make.
Like Marcelo on the opposite flank he was assured in possession and proved to be a dependable outlet for his team.
Saw yellow for a rash challenge and got away with a few moments of recklessness.
Functioned as an extra winger and was a constant attacking threat overlapping on the left.
Defended with authority and was an attacking threat at the other end.
Dependable in the middle, though, was a little legged after picking up a knock during an aerial challenge.
His wizardry on the ball allowed him to set up Benzema's goal by beating two defenders, and he was constantly scheming to great effect centrally.
Too hot to handle for Betis when in full flow on the break, but his most notable contribution came from a dead-ball scenario as he punted a special free kick into the back of the net.
Á. di María
Bounced back from a tough few weeks with a menacing game, capped off by a stunning volley from 35 yards to make it 4-0.
Broke the deadlock with an absolute bullet of a strike from 20 yards and his pace and ability on the ball was simply too much to handle for the opposition.
Grabbed his 100th goal in Madrid colours with a lazer-like finish into the left hand side. Could have added more to his tally for the side as he missed a few chances.