Marco Asensio scored a superb hat-trick as Real Madrid reclaimed top spot in La Liga with an emphatic victory over Mallorca at the Bernabeu.
Asensio scored twice in five first-half minutes - either side of Lee Kang-in's well-taken response for the visitors.
The Spaniard found the bottom corner to make it 4-1 10 minutes after half-time.
Karim Benzema had opened the scoring after three minutes and added a late fifth for Real, before Isco completed a 6-1 rout with six minutes remaining.
Atletico Madrid had moved top following a 2-1 win against Getafe on Tuesday and now sit two points behind Carlo Ancelotti's side - with both teams unbeaten after six games.
A slip by defender Josep Antoni Gaya Martinez allowed the in-form Benzema to get Real off to the perfect start.
Asensio - who left Mallorca for Real in 2015 - doubled the advantage when Vinicius Junior's cut-back was pushed into his path by the goalkeeper, and he then further extended Real's advantage, finishing from a couple of Benzema assists for his second and third goals.
Benzema made it eight goals and seven assists in La Liga this season with a deflected second goal of the night, before Vinicius teed up substitute Isco to round off an impressive display by the hosts.