Mourinho's side has equalled the best start Real had in the championship back in the 2001/02, when they took 12 points in the first four matches and went on to win the title.
Real Madrid top the ranking this year thanks to defeating Dinamo Zagreb, Ajax and Olympique Lyonnais (twice). Manchester United and Barcelona follow behind thanks to earning three victories and one draw, and taking 10 points. Inter Milan have taken nine points having lost one encounter. The rest of the group leaders have eight points; Apoel, the most surprising side in the championship so far, is amongst them.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Barcelona lag behind Madrid in conceded goals, with one each.
Real Madrid have scored 10 strikes so far in the Championship, with Cristiano Ronaldo (3) and Benzema (2) as their top scorers. Di Maria gave the Whites the victory over Zagreb; Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka and Benzema scored against Ajax in Week 2; the French striker, Khedira, keeper Lloris (own goal) and Sergio Ramos tallied goals against Olympique Lyonnais at the Bernabeu; and Ronaldo netted a brace against the French side in Lyon.