Real Madrid won their ninth Teresa Herrera, one of the most prestigious summer tournament in Spain, after scoring three goals in just 16 minutes to beat Deportivo 0-4.
Iker Casillas started the game in the goal after sitting on the bench in the first two league matches, although he was replaced in the 82nd minute by Tomas Mejias.
Real Madrid soon gained the control of the game against the second division side. Kaka scored the first in the 6th minute in a counterattack after receiving an assist by Cristiano Ronaldo.
Alvaro Morata doubled Los Merengues lead in the 12th minute following a brilliant combination between him and Marcelo.
Four minutes later, Isco took a corner and Casemiro scored the third with a nice header, virtually giving Real the victory with 70 minutes to play.
Both teams had chances to score before half-time, but both keepers denied the rival’s efforts.
Morata scored in the second half with Kaka getting the assist, but it was ruled for offside. Deportivo La Coruna tried to reduce the lead, but Casillas had a good performance.
However, the visitors scored the fourth goal in the 85th minute. Jese, who played the whole game, provided Kaka with a brilliant assist and the Brazilian sent the ball to the back of the net.