Javier Hernandez continued his good form in Spain, this time netting a beautifully placed shot into the bottom left hand corner for his fourth of the season.
Javier Hernandez has been in outstanding form since his loan move to Real Madrid this summer and on Wednesday night netted his fourth goal in seven appearances with a beautifully crafted effort from outside the area.
Real Madrid made easy work of Spanish part-timers Cornella and despite an early goal through centre-forward Oscar Munoz, Madrid's class and dominance paid off with four goals of their own.
French international defender Raphael Varane has clearly been practising his goal-getting techniques after a first-half brace saw Madrid 2-1 up going into the break. Soon after the second-half kicked-off, Javier Hernandez made it 3-1 with his superbly taken effort and 22 minutes later Brazilian international Marcelo became the second defender on the scoresheet with Madrid's fourth.
Cornella, who play in Spain's third-tier, will not at all be shocked by the result and can be proud they were able to concede just the four when higher placed sides have gone on to concede much, much more against the expensively assembled Spanish giants.
As for Hernandez, he is proving to be an asset for Real Madrid, scoring goals from both substitution and starting roles to help keep Madrid in the hunt for all possible trophies.
Two weeks ago, Carlo Ancelotti commented on Hernandez, telling reporters that he would start some games and prove to be an asset for the current Champions League holders, despite some doubting the Manchester United striker's role in the team.
In the Mexican's current form there can be no doubt he is providing just that, and will look to continue to do so as he looks to grow into his role in Spain.