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Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals in a 2-1 win against Eibar.

For Neymar, his club's ouster from the last 16 of the Champions League will provide the opening for such a move, according to reports. It was in the second half when the hosts pounded on an opportunity.

With the score locked at 1-1 after Ivan Ramis cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo's first-half opener, the Spain worldwide left the field in the 73rd minute.

Shortly after, the visitors had the lead - Modric finding Ronaldo with a remarkable lofted pass using the outside of his foot and the forward finishing the chance with aplomb.

"There are days when we do not do play so well".

Eibar started the second half with confidence, and after a fierce cross from Gonzalo Escalante forced a diving save from Navas, the home side was soon level.


Ramos nodded the ball into the bottom corner after meeting Pedro Leon's corner.

Eibar conceded possession in manner like they did in the build-up to Real's first goal and the Portuguese nodded home the crucial goal off a Dani Carvajal cross.

Moreno beat Rico again in the 68th after Geoffrey Kondogbia dribbled past three Sevilla players before playing him clear.

Ronaldo should have restored the advantage but failed to convert an excellent Bale cross and from the resulting corner, Bale flashed a glancing header just wide of the post. When Zidane, as a player, left Juventus for Real Madrid in 2001, Los Blancos reportedly paid something close to 77 million euros ($95 million), in what was then a world-record fee.

Real now sit just four points behind Atletico in the standings, while Eibar remain in eighth despite a valiant effort against the defending champions.

Madrid - who lost Raphael Varane to a head injury - gained a foothold, though, with Gareth Bale forcing the approaching Marko Dmitrovic into action in the 32nd minute.

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