Real Madrid kept pace with leaders Barcelona in the battle for the LaLiga title with a comfortable 3-1 win over Eibar at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano on Sunday evening.
The Los Blancos watched as their archrivals opened the gap at the top with a 4-0 win away to Real Mallorca on Saturday night, and responded in spectacular fashion.
Eden Hazard made an impressive performance as Real Madrid beat Eibar 3-1 at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on Sunday night.
The Belgian attacker was involved from the start as his side chased a key win, having fully recovered from a fractured ankle he suffered in February during Real Madrid’s 1-0 win over Levante.
Real Madrid 3-1 Eibar
MATCH DETAILs STATISTICS
Date: Jun 14, 2020
Stadium: Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium (Madrid)
League: La Liga
Referee: Cuadra G. (Esp)
Match: Real Madrid vs Eibar
Half-time: 3 – 0
Full-time: 3 – 1
Possession (%): 57 – 43
Goal Attempts: 6 – 9
Shots on target: 5 – 5
Shots Off target: 1 – 3
Free Kicks: 0 – 1
Corners: 3 – 3
Offsides: 2 – 2
Goalkeeper Saves: 4 – 2
Fouls: 11 – 12
Yellow Cards: 1 – 1
Red Cards: 0 – 0
Total Passes: 581 – 430
Tackles: 15 – 22
Attacks: 100 – 154
Dangerous Attacks: 34 – 51
Key Opta facts
– Zinedine Zidane is the third Real Madrid boss to reach 200 games in all competitions (W132 D42 L26), after Miguel Munoz (605) and Vicente del Bosque (246).
– Madrid had fewer shots than in any other LaLiga game this season (6 in total, 5 on target), but they had their highest shot conversion rate (50 per cent).
– Toni Kroos has scored six goals in all competitions this season – his best tally in a single campaign for Los Blancos.
– Eibar boss Jose Luis Mendilibar is winless in his 11 away games at Real Madrid in LaLiga (D1 L10), with his teams conceding 40 goals (3.6 on average).
– Only against Barcelona (41) have Eibar conceded more LaLiga goals than when they have faced Real Madrid (32), while they have only scored eight goals against them.
Download Highlight : Real Madrid vs Eibar 3-1 All Goals & Highlights
Up next for Real Madrid it is Valencia at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on Thursday; Kick-off 9pm.
Meanwhile, Eibar are back in action on Wednesday when they host Athletic Bilbao (kick-off 6.30pm).