Real Madrid V UD Melilla - As it happened.
FT: REAL MADRID 6-1 UD MELILLA - Santiago Solari's youthful side run out worthy winners against third tier opposition to go through to the last 16 of the Copa del Rey.
Closing stages here, as the match is winding down to the final whistle...
CHANCE MADRID- Asensio runs through on goal and cracks an effort off the cross bar. But the flag is up on the far side, so he would not have had a third goal of the game even if the ball had gone in.
GOOOOAAAALLL MADRID!! 6-1! captain Isco grabs his second of the game to hit back immediately for the hosts. Great wide play from Fidalgo sets Isco in on goal, and the Spaniard fires the ball low into the back of the net!
GOOOOAAAAAAALL MELILLA!! 5-1! Yacine gets a goal for the visitors. The striker remains composed, and send Navas the wrong way, to tuck home his spot kick and give the travelling fans something to cheer at last!
PENALTY MELILLA- Sanchez fouls an on rushing opposing player and the visitors have chance to get on the scoresheet...
CHANCE MADRID! Asensio is close to his hat trick once more! The Spaniard's curling effort passes just wide of the bottom corner.
CHANGE MADRID- The final change for the hosts see Vinicius make way for another youngster, Alvaro Fidalgo.
GOOOOAAAAAALLL MADIRD!! 5-0!! Vinicius finally gets his goal!! The Brazilian makes a run down the wing before cutting inside the defenders, and unleashing a low shot at goal. The effort is saved, but Vinicius is the first to react and slot the rebound into the far corner of the net!
Madrid clear the danger and begin to move up the field once more.
CHANCE MELILLA- The visitors have a rare set piece opportunity...
CHANCE MADRID- Mariano takes aim, but his deflected effort flies out for a corner...
The game has somewhat cooled off after that rapid start to the second half from the hosts. Captain on the day Isco and midfield compatriot Marco Asensio have run the game for the hosts this afternoon, who have proven that even with youngsters, they have far too much quality for third tier side UD Melilla to handle.
Madrid are far too comfortbale in this game now. They have control of the ball and are attacking at will. Melilla will be hoping that their hosts take pity on them, and do not add too many more goals to the already 8-0 aggregate score line.
CHANCE MADRID- Vinicius goes close once more! The Brazilian can sense that there are even more goals in this game, if he can just smarten up his finishing!
GOOOOAAAAALLL MADIRD! 4-0! Isco adds his name to the scoresheet! He curls a sublime long range effort into the top corner via the crossbar! WHAT A HIT!
And we are back underway in the Spanish capital!
DOUBLE CHANGE MADRID- Ceballos and Garcia replace Carvajal and Llorente.
CHANGE MELILLA- Mizzian makes way for Otegui at the interval!
HT MADRID 3-0 MELILLA -- The hosts are in complete control at the interval, thanks to a Marco Asensio masterclass. The Spaniard scored two and provided the assist for the other goal, as Madrid seem to be comfortably through to the next round of the cup with 45 minutes to spare.
CHANCE MADRID- Isco takes aim with a chipped effort, but the ball falls just past the far post! What a goal that would have been!
CHANCE MADRID! Vinicius takes aim once more, but his shot is off target!
CHANCE MADRID! Asensio tries to get his hat trick, but his free kick if just off target! Madrid have well and truly hit their stride in this match!
GOOOOAAAAALLL MADRID! 3-0! Javi Sanchez gets on the score sheet! The young centre half gets a toe on the end of a floated cross into the box, which helps the ball ricochet off the bar and into the net. Sanchez has his first senior goal for 'Los Blancos'!! Surely the game is already out of sight for the visitors?
GOOOAAAAALL MADRID!! 2-0! Asensio gets another! A great run and cut back from Vinicius jr finds the Spaniard unmarked in the box, and he slams the ball past the Mellila stopper to make it a quick-fire double for the hosts.
GOOOOOAAAAAL MADRID!! 1-0! Asensio opens the scoring! The Spaniard scored an incredible solo effort, jinking and squirming past the entire Melilla team, before curling a low shot into the bottom corner of the net! Madrid take a deserved lead!
CHANCE MADRID! Isco lays the ball off to Vinicius just inside the box, but the Brazilian blazes his shot over the bar!
CHANCE MADRID! Great play from Vinicius down the right hand side leads to a golden chance for Mariano. Only a last ditch sliding tackle stopped him from sliding the ball home from two yards out! Great defending once more from the visitors!
Madrid are just beginning to assert their dominance over Melilla in the last five minutes or so. The visitors seem content to sit deep and deploy the counter attack, although they have still been rather effective when they have managed to enjoy periods of possession.
CHANCE MADRID- Vinicius tries his luck with a curling effort but Moreno paws the shot away for another corner.
CHANCE MADRID- Great wide play from Odriozola forces the Melilla defence into a series of last minute challenges to see the ball out for a corner.
CHANCE MEILILLA! Mizzian takes aim and is unlucky to see his shot fly just over the bar.
CHANCE MADRID- A swift break away leads to an immediate response. A quick one two and Isco finds himself one on one with the visitors stopper, but he can only hit his shot straight at the keeper. A golden opportunity to take the lead spurned by Isco there!
CHANCE MELILLA- A deflected long range effort sends Navas sprawling to his bottom right hand corner. The Costa Rican parries the ball out for a corner. A few promising signs for the visitors so far!
PENALTY SHOUT MADRID Vinicius is bundled over in the box but the referee waves the appeals away.
CHANCE MELILLA! A dangerous cross is whipped in from the left hand side, but in his attempts to reach the ball Yacine fouls Carvajal and Madrid have free kick. A great chance created by Melilla there!
The subsequent header is off target, and the visitors have a goal kick.
CORNER MADRID! The hosts have an early set piece...
CHANCE MELILLA! A stray pass at the back from Keylor Navas presents the visitors with an early chance, but the header from the resulting cross flies just wide of the post! Madrid got lucky there!
And we're underway at the Santiago Bernabeu!
The teams are in the tunnel now. Just the usual pre-match formalities to take place before the second leg of this Cup tie kicks off!
Warm-ups are underway here in the capital:
Here's how these two sides have fared recently ahead of this one:
The Bernabeu is looking in good nick ahead of this one:
A host of changes from the first leg in north Africa from the visitors , who are currently flying high in the Spanish third division, leading the way in Group 4 after 15 games of the season.
UD MELILLA: Pedro Luis; Pepe Romero, Mahanan, Richi, Jilmar; Ruano, Jordi Ortega, Menudo, Óscar García; Mizzian, Yacine. Subs: S. Chakla, Dani Barrio, Otegui, Lolo Garrido, Brian Martín, Braim, Igor Martínez.
A much-changed side from Santiago Solari as the likes of Javi Sánchez, Fede Valverde, Marcos Llorente and Vincius Jr are all handed starts, whilst there are also places on the bench for youngsters Álvaro Fidalgo, Fran García, and Cristo González, who scored the fourth and final goal in the first leg after coming on for Marco Asensio.
REAL MADRID: Navas; Carvajal, Vallejo, Javi Sánchez, Odriozola; Valverde, Llorente; Asensio, Isco, Vincius Jr; Mariano Díaz. Subs: Casilla, Varane, Lucas Vazquez, Ceballos, Cristo, Fidalgo, Fran García.
DID YOU KNOW? The first leg of this Copa del Rey tie was the first ever match contested between the sides in any competition.
UD Melilla boss Luis Carrion: Carrion: "We want to play good football and show the viewers of the game exactly how Melilla play. Everyone has shown how excited they are to play in the match, but yes, we know that the ultimate goal is promotion to the second division. We need to make sure to enjoy it and see if we can reach the level required to play against a team of such quality."
Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari: Solari: "The first leg was very good because we put in a very good performance with a good attitude and intensity, against a team that play very good football and are top of their group in Segunda B. That division is very underestimated and there are teams that play very good football. There are 11 players in the squad that have been through the academy and there are 90 players in the first and second division that have been a part of Real Madrid’s academy".
The hosts are expected to make a host of changes today as they look to keep their squad fresh and given that they're holding a 4-0 aggregate lead from the first leg they can certainly afford to do so.
Hello and welcome to our live text coverage of this Copa del Rey round of 32 second leg clash between Real Madrid and UD Melilla from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu!