Kaká and Casemiro seal Real's victory in Teresa Herrera Trophy
Kaká netted a brace and Casemiro added a third in Real Madrid's 4-0 win over Deportivo la Coruna in the Teresa Herrera Trophy.
The two teams contested the summer friendly tournament after a six-year absence and it was Los Blancos who emerged triumphant with their ninth victory in the prestigious event.
Kaká opened the scoring, finishing off a neat counterattack from Cristiano Ronaldo's cross, before Morata added a second with a neat finish.
Casemiro netted Real's third just after the quarter-hour mark, powering home a header from Isco's corner.
But it was Kaká once again who finish off the rout, latching onto Jesé's sublime flick to tuck home past the keeper.
The game looks to be Kaká's last for the Madrid side, having declared his intention to leave the Spanish capital before the transfer window closes.
AC Milan are thought to be interested in welcoming back their former player, with CEO Adriano Galliani refusing to rule out a move for the Brazilian.