Madrid – Eibar offered a seat on the pitch Saturday to beat Real Madrid 3-0 in the Spanish League and give him the first loss of merengue coach to Santiago Solari.
After leading Madrid to four consecutive victories as an interim coach, Argentinean Solari suffered an obstacle to visit the Basque Country Club.
In a counterattack, Argentine midfielder Gonzalo Escalante overcame Eibar after a defeat by goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois at 16. Within five minutes of the match, locals have certified victory with a pair of blows by Sergi Enrich Kike García at 52 and 57 minutes.
Madrid again showed an irregular performance on his return to the field after FIFA, which left him with 20 points in the sixth position. He could have come close to a point from the Barcelona leader, who later visits Atlético de Madrid on the 13th.
"Eibar made their play, one straight and they won the ball," Madrid midfielder Raphael Varane said. "It was complicated when we lost our duels, we did not find the solutions, we could not make football, it's a collective problem and we know we have to be united."
After winning an unprecedented victory against Madrid, Eibar made a leap in the seventh ranking, also with 20 points.
Solari received a permanent contract during the international break after replacing Julen Lopetegui, whose final responsibility was the loss of 5-1 in Barcelona and the team in the 9th place in the league. Solari managed to correct the team's progress both in the local tournament and in the Champions League. Former midfielder Merengue came to the bench when other famous technicians, such as Antonio Conte and Roberto Martínez, were mentioned.
Madrid scored 15 goals and admitted two in the four wins he won with Solari.
Eibar took control from the early stages and signaled the danger early when Kike Garcia took a long shot that hit the post immediately after three minutes.
Karim Benzema reacted for visitors' minutes later, with a shot in the area, which was saved on the defense line by José Ángel Valdés, but Madrid did not generate great approaches in the goal.
The duel was on the side of the host with a counterattack where Marc Cucurella made a center that Kike overcame and Courtois rejected, but the Belgian goalkeeper left the ball to Escalante's mercy to open the score.
Madrid was fuzzy to see down and defensive defensive completions opened the door for victory.
Cucurella took advantage of Alvaro Odriozola, who lost the ball to the area and sent the pass that Enrich sent to the bottom with a blow to the end. Kike set the final 3-0 without a mark in the center of the area after a new Cucurella assistance.
The win could be more voluminous, but Courtois shot a shot from Chilean midfielder Fabián Orellana and saved a shot from the Brazilian Charles.