Could not be blamed for either goal, and made a smart save in the second half from Dos Santos.
The centre-back did not live up to some of his recent performances, as he was affected by the disorganisation of the Madrid back line and was guilty of a few nervy moments. Played more like his usual self in the second half.
Some careless errors early on provided Mallorca with a platform to attack deep in the Madrid half. Shifted to right back for the second half, where he did not look as vulnerable.
Has to accept some blame for the opener, as he allowed Giovani Dos Santos more space than he needed to get a cross into the area on one too many instances.
Pushed into a defensive midfield role for the first half, but it was a surprising offensive edge to his game that was most noticeable. He set up Madrid’s equaliser by racing onto a Luka Modric pass and teeing up an unmarked Gonzalo Higuain. Still, he did not protect his defence adequately, and looked more at ease when moved to centre-back for the second half.
Really struggled when dealing with the high ball into the box from set-pieces and crosses, and was beaten by Nsue in the build-up to the opening goal of the game. However, in the second period, he showed an improvement in his offensive game as he played an important role in Madrid’s turnaround.
Not always the most visible presence in the offensive third, as his tendency to drift across the lines to pick up the ball instead saw him drift to the periphery of the game. Decent for a short spell in the second half before his withdrawal around the hour mark.
A lively figure in the middle of the park, as his ability to release the ball quickly and accurately set many Madrid attacks in motion. Added their third goal of the game with an absolute beauty from outside the area that was every bit as good as his effort against Manchester United.
To his credit, he never stopped trying to get into goalscoring positions, and was in the right place at the right time to turn home lay-offs from Pepe and Mesut Ozil at critical moments in the match. Unselfish to pass up a hat-trick late on in favour of teeing up Karim Benzema for the fifth.
Apart from one lay-off to provide Ronaldo with a shooting opportunity, the youngster hardly grabbed his chance to impress as he was as frustrated as any of his teammates in the first half. Taken off at the break.
The Portuguese hit the bar during a frustrating first half where it seemed like noting would go right for him. However, he was on song after the break, heading home a corner to begin Madrid’s astounding turnaround, and came close to scoring again with a flick from point blank range.
Were it not for his alertness throughout the game, Mallorca could have conceded a lot more than they did.
Stood firm for most of the first half but like the rest of the defence, Madrid's intensity after the break was simply too difficult to contain.
Had the measure of Morata for the first half, but the likes of Mesut Ozil and Karim Benzema proved a much more difficult task after the break, and he was caught out at times.
Registered an assist for a wayward header that was turned home by Alejandro Alfaro, and made a crucial interception on Higuain in a generally solid game.
Glanced a header wide from a corner during a very promising first-half showing, but faded after the break and struggled defensively.
Really played a key role in disrupting the Madrid midfield during the first half as he made a number of tackles. Not as effective after the break.
Scored the first goal of the game with a precise header, but in truth, he did not provide many notable moments outside of that, and he was withdrawn in the second half.
Thumped home his side's second goal with his head, and was very intelligent in possession whenever Mallorca looked to counter. Had one or two encouraging moments in the second half even when the rest of his team had largely switched off.
Like most of his team, it was a game of two halves from him, as he lost much of his poise and confidence once the second period kicked off and Madrid fought back into the game.
Could not offer his side many meaningful possessions up front as he appeared unsure of what to do with the ball once in possession. Substituted in the second half.
G. dos Santos
The main instigator of Mallorca's impressive first half as his running with the ball and accuracy from crosses and dead balls set both of his side's goals in motion.
Came into a comfortable situation, and was afforded a lot of time to dictate the game from deep.
An absolutely decisive impact off the bench, as within 10 minutes of his introduction at half time, he had already set up goals for Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain to turn the match on its head.
Wrapped up the scoring late on with a straightforward finish under little pressure from close range.