Nov. 24 (UPI) -- Eibar handed Real Madrid a 3-0 loss in La Liga play on Saturday at Ipurua Municipal Stadium in Eibar, Spain.
It was Real Madrid's first loss to Eibar in club history.
Gonzalo Escalante began the scoring for the home squad, cleaning up a strike in the Madrid box in the 16th minute and netting it past Thibaut Courtois.
Eibar took the 1-0 advantage into halftime before tacking on two more scores in the second half.
Striker Sergi Enrich added a second score for Eibar after receiving a pass in the box from midfielder Marc Cucurella. Enrich settled the pass before blasting a shot into the left side of the net past a diving Courtois in the 52nd minute.
Enrich assisted Eibar's final tally just five minutes later. The forward was about five yards from the goal when he flicked on a Cucurella pass from the corner with his back to the goal. The ball fell into Kike, who blasted a shot into the open Madrid net.
"Many things happened," Madrid manager Santiago Solari told reporters, according to the team website. "First and foremost, they had a great game and we didn't at all. We had chances to score but failed to do so. Then they scored in a transition from a corner and we must fix that element of our game, but the second goal really hurt us."
The Champions League defending champions return to tournament play with a game against AS Roma at 3 p.m. on Tuesday at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.