Real Madrid players Vinícius Júnior (R) gets a high-five from teammate Javier Sánchez de Felipe after he scores his first goal for the senior team among the six goals against Melilla at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid on Thursday. Photo: AP

Real Madrid thrashed Melilla to record a win and reach the Spanish Cup last 16 on Thursday, reports Reuters UK.
Real trounced the third division side 6-1 in a Copa del Rey round of 32 second leg.
In winning the match, Real completing a 10-1 aggregate scoreline to ease into the last 16 of the competition. Madrid went into half-time with a three-goal lead after Marco Asensio scored twice in three minutes and debutant Javi Sanchez also got on the scoresheet late in the half.
Spain midfielder Isco extended the advantage three minutes into the second half, scoring for the first time since September in his first start under new coach Santiago Solari, while Brazilian Vinicius Jr. hit goal No. 5.
Solari had made 10 changes from the team that beat Valencia 2-0 in La Liga on Saturday, but was still able to field four Spain internationals and three-time Champions League winning goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
Melilla, a tiny autonomous Spanish enclave in north Africa, managed to give their travelling supporters something to celebrate when striker Yacine Qasmi smashed a penalty beyond Navas in the 81st minute.
Isco restored Madrid’s five-goal advantage with his second goal of the game. Madrid went into halftime with a three-goal lead after Marco Asensio scored twice in three minutes and debutant Javi Sanchez also got on the scoresheet late in the half.
Spain midfielder Isco extended the advantage three minutes into the second half, scoring for the first time since September in his first start under new coach Santiago Solari, while Brazilian Vinicus Jr. hit goal number five. Solari had made 10 changes from the team that beat Valencia 2-0 in La Liga on Saturday but was still able to field four Spain internationals and three-time Champions League winning goalkeeper Keylor Navas.