Cristiano Ronaldo was Real Madrid's hero yet again as the in-form Portugal star scored twice in Saturday's 2-1 win at Eibar, including the late victor that prevents them losing further ground on LaLiga's top two.
Eibar dominated the opening 30 minutes before a wonderful pass from Luka Modric unlocked the home defence for Ronaldo to chest down and drill in from 12 yards.
First Ramos saw his 42nd-minute header fly wide before Dmitrovic made a superb save to tip Ronaldo's deflected shot over his goal.
After a slow start to the season, Ronaldo has netted 13 goals in his last seven appearances to take his total to 33 in 34 games this campaign.
Azulgranas continued to open up Real as Jordan nodded Leon's free-kick wide of the post on the half-hour mark, but there were signs from the visitors as Gareth Bale was denied by goalkeeper Dmitrovic after being played through by Marcelo.
"We were struggling with our game but we all know what Cristiano can give us, with just a few chances he can score a lot of goals".
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"He's from another galaxy", Real coach Zinedine Zidane said of Ronaldo.
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Zidane added: "Neymar is a very good player".
Isco and Kroos made way for Karim Benzema and Lucas Vazquez with 19 minutes left but Eibar had two golden chances to score a second.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his second goal beside Lucas Vazquez after scoring during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and SD Eibar at Ipurua stadium, in Eibar, northern Spain, Saturday, March 10, 2018.
The comprehensive 5-2 aggregate victory keeps them on course to win the competition for a third successive season, but Zidane insists he is not thinking of a hat-trick in Europe's elite club competition.