Cristiano Ronaldo took six minutes to score on his comeback as Real Madrid beat Osasuna 5-2 to keep up a 100-per-cent La Liga start.
Ronaldo, back from a knee injury picked up with Portugal during the Euro 2016 final, tapped in Gareth Bale’s cross.
Danilo drove in a second just after Unai Garcia hit the bar for Osasuna.
Sergio Ramos and Pepe both headed in Toni Kroos corners, and Luka Modric bent in a fifth, before Oriol Riera and David Garcia pulled two goals back.
The visitors – who also had a penalty saved as Kiko Casilla denied Roberto Torres – finished with 10 men as full-back Tano Bonnin was shown a second yellow card for pulling back Nacho.