Real Madrid present 2,930 club pins
Florentino Pérez presided over the ceremony that recognises the members celebrating 25, 50 and 60 years of uninterrupted club membership.
The madridista forward reached 32 goals for his country against Russia.
The midfielder played the full 90 minutes and also laid on an assist against Belarus.
He's Real Madrid's fifth all-time leading goalscorer with 242 goals to his name.
Hazard and Kroos both netted twice for Belgium and Germany; Courtois, Bale and Modric all featured as their teams won.
The fans at the Ramón de Carranza unveiled a banner honouring the captain, who will be playing with a commemorative armband against Malta.
“I am so happy that clubs from around the world were present and agreed to create this association”, claimed the Real Madrid club president.
The Brazilian ace was unveiled on the 15th of November 2006 and has won 20 titles with the Whites.
The Whites are looking for a ninth consecutive win in the league, where they are unbeaten (6:30pm CET).
He played for Real Madrid's basketball team between 1958 and 1959.
The Frenchman, with 9 goals, is ahead of Gerard Moreno, Messi and Loren (8).
France Football has announced the shortlist for the award, which will be presented on 2 December.
Lunin is also amongst the 10-strong shortlist for the France Football accolade, which recognises the best performing player under the age of 21.
The two madridistas and Lunin, on loan at Valladolid, are in the final list of 20 players looking to win the award, which will be announced on 16 December.