The white goals were converted by the French Karim Benzema, who with a double beat the mythical Ferenc Puskas and became the sixth highest gunner in the history of Real Madrid in the League, another of Sergio Ramos and the rest of the Uruguayan Federico Valverde.
The little that Eibar could do had to do with a shot by former Argentine Boca, Gonzalo Escalante. So, Madrid added its fifth consecutive game without receiving goals.
At the conference, Zidane said he is happy for the Uruguayan "Fede" Valverde, who achieved his first goal in the League with the shirt of the white team.
"When he plays he does very well. Valverde was missing the goal and I'm glad for him", he pointed Zizou about the charrua, which closed the bill at the Ipurua stadium. "He is a different player, young, who wants and is hungry to do well," Zidane said.
The French coach also stressed that he was satisfied with the performance of the rest of the players, such as Croatian Luka Modric or Lucas Vazquez, who regained ownership with good play, or Belgian Eden Hazard, who had one of his best performances since he arrived to Real Madrid.