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Casillas: 6 - Had virtually nothing to deal with for the entire match, but was brought into a good save in the first half by Lafita.
Ramos: 7.5 - He had an excellent game as he both defended well and put a number of dangerous crosses into the box for his team-mates. Great assist for the third goal.
Garay: 7 - Set up the fifth goal with an excellent cross, and was untroubled in a defensive sense for the majority of the match.
Albiol: 6.5 - Like Garay, he had very little to deal with in his own half, but what threat there was from the visitors, he coped with well.
Arbeloa: 6.5 - Not quite as active as Ramos on the opposite flank, but offered an option in attack on a number of occasions and kept former Liverpool team-mate Pennant quiet.
M. Diarra: 7 - The more defensive of the central midfield pairing, he sat back and was happy to supply others with the ball.
L. Diarra: 7 - Along with his namesake, he dominated the Zaragoza midfield both technically and physically. Confident in possession, and got forward when he could.
Marcelo: 7.5 - Set up the first goal well and supplied Van der Vaart with a great chipped assist for the second. A far easier night than usual as he was never tested in a defensive sense.
Van der Vaart: 8.5 - The former Ajax man took his first goal brilliantly as he scored a brace that will really help his confidence. He was so comfortable on the ball all evening - a really timely performance.
Ronaldo: 8 - He was allowed to express himself as his side were coasting, often showing great skill on the ball, and scored an excellent goal at the start of the second half.
Higuain: 9 - A really calm finish for the opening goal before he dazzled the Zaragoza defence as he scored a sublime second. Another superb performance from one of the most in-form players in Europe.
Raul: 5.5 - Didn't really get involved and was a little careless on the ball.
Benzema: 7 - Scored with a great finish for the final goal of the night, and could have scored a couple more.
Granero: 6.5 - He didn't have long on the pitch but did an adequate job during the final 15 minutes and looked to add to the goal tally.
Lopez Vallejo: 4 - He saw six goals fly past him, and while his defence was also to blame for several of them, the 'keeper needed to be on far better form to help his side.
Diogo: 3 - While he is short on match fitness, he was often exposed against Arbeloa and Ronaldo on the left hand side. Looked completely out of his depth.
Ayala: 4.5 - Struggling with his lack of pace against Higuain and is clearly not good enough to compete at the very top level any more.
Pavon: 4 - Demonstrated just why Real Madrid had let him go - far too slow to deal with the hosts' threat. His inadequacies were exemplified when Benzema walked past him for the final goal.
Paredes: 5 - He tried to get forward when possible but really struggled to contain Ramos and it was his clearance that fell to Higuain in the build up to the fourth goal.
Ponzio: 5 - Dominated by the two Diarra's throughout and really struggled to have any kind of impact on the match.
Abel Aguilar: 5 - The 24-year-old struggled from the off against the physical threat of los Blancos and was withdrawn just after the hour mark.
Pennant: 4.5 - He tried switching flanks but had very little luck against either Ramos or Arbeloa. Negligible impact.
Ander Herrera: 5.5 - Tried to get the strikers involved whenever possible and looked to put himself about, but there were few options available to him when he was in possession.
Lafita: 5.5 - The former Deportivo man was the biggest threat that Zaragoza could muster in an attacking sense, and tested Casillas with a rare shot on goal in the first half.
Arizmendi: 4 - Might as well have not bothered coming out onto the pitch for all the difference that he made. Fired one dismal shot off target in the first half and was substituted in the 64th minute.
Jorge Lopez: 5.5 - Couldn't really change a game that was sewn up well before his introduction, but valiantly tried to salvage some pride for his side.
Ewerthon: 4.5 - Had little more effect than Arizmendi in an attacking sense - not a night for Zaragoza's strikers to shine.
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