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Raphael Varane converted two corners as a second-string Real Madrid began the defense of their King's Cup crown with a 4-1 victory against third-tier part-timers Cornella Wednesday.The last-32, first leg pitted the world's richest club by income, with annual revenues of more than 600 million euros ($758 million), against a club with a budget of around 1 million euros a season, who were promoted to Spain's regional Segunda B for the first time at the end of last term.The return legs are at the beginning of December, when the Cornella players will fulfill their dream of playing in one of the world's great soccer venues, Real's Bernabeu stadium.
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