The European champions, fresh from a shock domestic defeat at Girona and a Champions League loss at Tottenham, regained their usual swagger with a comfortable win at the Bernabeu.
Casemiro calmed the nerves with a header shortly before half-time and Isco closed the scoring with a close-range finish and Marcos Asensio scored a stunner. Ronaldo, meanwhile, clipped the woodwork on three separate occasions.
“Cristiano goes home upset when he doesn’t score, but he does make a difference,” Ramos told Movistar Partidazo.
“Cristiano and Karim [Benzema] will score goals soon enough.
“We do not worry if they have only scored a few goals because they both make a difference and what matters is winning.”
On Asensio, Ramos added: “It’s very good that he scores those goals, he has an innate talent and I hope he continues to have some luck in front of the goal.
“I’ve said several times that you have to leave this boy calm, do not put stones in his backpack.