13. KIKO CASILLA 3.0
Made a few decent saves to preserve the clean sheet, in what was a relatively comfortable night for the keeper who got the start for a rested Keylor Navas.
15. DANIEL CARVAJAL 3.5
Never troubled in defense, while picking out some tidy balls to kick start his side in attack. Replaced just past the hour mark.
3. PEPE 3.0
He was a wall at the back in the first half, marshaling the makeshift defense with great authority, but lost his focus a bit after the interval as Borja Baston caused him a few problems.
6. NACHO FERNANDEZ 3.5
Didn’t put a foot wrong at the back and showed his toughness by battling through an early ankle injury to play the full 90 minutes.
17. ALVARO ARBELOA 3.0
Linked up well with Ronaldo, though he didn’t get forward often as there wasn’t much need. Kept Keko on the periphery as he defended soundly throughout.
10. JAMES RODRIGUEZ 3.5
Opened the scoring with an exquisite strike from a free kick, placing the ball off the far post and in. He provided consistent service throughout, offering exellent creativity as he drifted from flank to flank in attack.
14. CASEMIRO 3.5
Another valuable showing for Real Madrid, proving a key cog in midfield as he won the ball back with great consistency while suffocatting the visitors on the break. Replaced just before the hour mark.
22. ISCO 3.5
Picked out some encouraging passes forward, although his creative impact was a bit limited compared to the rest of the Real Madrid attack. He was very responsible throughout in possession.
18. LUCAS VAZQUEZ 3.5
Terrific pace and vision on the right, as he continues to make the most of his first-team opportunities. Scored the second with an exellent finish, while a brilliand dummy of Ronaldo’s pass allowed. Jese to make it four.
20. JESE RODRIGUEZ 4.0
Exellent movement in attack, causing all sorts of problems for the Eibar defense. Assisted the third goal with an unselfish pass for Ronaldo, and extended Real Madrid’s lead to four with a goal of his own before the break.
7. CRISTIANO RONALDO 4.0
A near flawless performance up top, blending skill and physical play to perfection. Served up the second and fourth goals on a platter for Lucas and Jese, while scoring the third himself with a tidy finish, becoming the first player ever to score 30 La Liga goals in six consecutive seasons.
16. MATEO KOVACIC 3.0
Took a while to get up to the pace of the match, but picked out some wonderful plasses when he got his legs going.
23. DANILO 3.5
Didn’t miss a beat off the bench, nearly getting among the goals himself as he showed a great willingness to get forwards.
29. BORJA MAYORAL