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Two stunning strikes from Cristiano Ronaldo helped Real Madrid to a comfortable 4-0 win over Osasuna at the Bernabéu on Saturday.

Ronaldo, who was starting his first league game for nearly a month due to knee and hamstring injuries, took just six minutes to make his mark.

The Portuguese winger collected the ball wide on the left, and when no one closed him down, he struck a swerving 25-yard effort into the top corner.

Osasuna goalkeeper Andrés Fernández was surprised with the effort, and he could only watch as the ball sailed past him into the net.

Ronaldo then put the game to bed six minutes into the second half with an even better goal.

Coming in from the left again, the 29-year-old showed unerring accuracy to send the ball screaming past Andrés and into the top right-hand corner.

The Ballon d'Or winner is now the first Madrid player to score 30 or more league goals in four consecutive seasons.

Sergio Ramos added a third shortly after and Daniel Carvajal rounded off the scoring seven minutes from time with a looping header.

"Everything went well for Cristiano and for all of the players," Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said after the game.

"The match was good, not high intensity, and Cristiano showed he is fine. He played with more security and confidence than on Wednesday."


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