As Real Madrid cleared aside Eibar in their first match in LaLiga, Eden Hazard dazzled since the season started to continue. Real Madrid has made a solid come back to the LaLiga action as they beat Eibar 3-1 on Sunday in the Spanish capital.
Toni Kroos, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo eased Madrid into a safe half-time lead, with Pedro Bigas’ second half of the visitors’ prosperity extending only a consolation.
With Barcelona winning 4-0 a day earlier in Real Mallorca, Los Blancos was constrained to stick to this same pattern and close the gap back to two focuses on top of the table.
Madrid’s home games take place at Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium in Castilla while Santiago Bernabeu is experiencing renovation work, however, the change in the scene has made little contrast as the home side celebrated Zinedine Zidane’s 200th fashion dominating the match.
Kroos broke the deadlock in the fourth moment with a spectacular first-time shot inside the crate from the right, circling past goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic.
After increasingly great interplay among Hazard and Karim Benzema, Marcelo ‘s fresh strike into the bottom-right corner made it 3-0 ahead of the break, Brazil left-back taking a knee after boring home his season’s first league goal.
Eibar reacted well yet after half 60 minutes, they were down 2-0. Ramos ventured out to block a pass and sparked a rapid counter-attack move that finished with the Madrid captain tapping the noteworthy Eden Hazard into an unselfish square ball that was back in the line-up just because since February after recuperating from an ankle fracture.
Thibaut Courtois saved greatly from Edu Exposito and Sergi Enrich hit the bar with a header before the shot by Pablo De Blasis redirected Bigas and bobbled to give Eibar a lifesaver past Courtois.
It was a fairly pedestrian second half from Madrid, with Hazard and Ramos taking off and Marcelo dealing with a thump however Eibar couldn’t make a comeback.