Deportivo La Coruna 0-3 Real Madrid

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Explaining the first incident with Schar, which occurred when Deportivo's Zakaria Bakkali player was injured on the floor, Ramos added: "We didn't kick the ball out because they didn't do it [earlier in the game]".

"Clearly I am not happy with what happened with Sergio", said Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

The long-serving captain picked up a yellow earlier in the game for shoving his palm into the face of Fabian Schar (see photo above) but it was his second caution - for a tenuous "elbow" on Borja Valle - that saw him enter the record books...

The central defender now joins former FC Barcelona and Sevilla defender Pablo Alfaro and Real Zaragoza legend Xavi Aguado as the players who have received the most red cards in La Liga history, with 18 each. Yet, the victory over Deportivo came once again at a price for Zidane after Sergio Ramos was sent off for two bookings.

"In some areas we need to look more at English football and let the players play on more, I like their system better". In general terms we are happy as this isn't an easy ground to visit.

Zidane made four changes from the side that completed a 5-1 aggregate hammering of Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup on Wednesday.

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Keylor Navas then saved Florin Andone's penalty, before Ramos was dismissed.

- Gareth Bale has ended a run of 10 games in all competitions without scoring for Real Madrid, his longest drought for the club.

It was 2-0 just seven minutes later when an unmarked Casemiro tapped home Marcelo's pinpoint cross.

Bale turned provider for Real's third just after the hour mark as Kroos's deflected effort from the edge of the box found the top corner.

"In the first three official matches, he did not play much and suddenly he plays and does very well".

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