El Real Madrid gana en Málaga y es campeón de Liga: es la número 33 de su historia
El Real Madrid gana su Liga número 33
El gol 40 de Cristiano Ronaldo impulsa al Real Madrid
El Madrid marcó en los 38 partidos de Liga
Real Madrid win LaLiga 2016/2017
Real Madrid have won LaLiga 2016/2017, beating Málaga 0-2 at the Rosaleda, meaning the title was theirs no matter what Barcelona did. Barça were losing 2-0 to Eibar at one point, but managed to turn the match around to run out 4-2 winners, meaning Real Madrid took their 33rd title by three points, as most expected.
Modric, Benzema and Ramos celebrate Real Madrid's second goal. Jorge Zapata (EFE)
Real Madrid in front through Ronaldo in under two minutes
Real Madrid had said they were going for a win, despite only needing a draw to claim the title, and were in front right from the start, with Ronaldo taking advantage of a dire mix-up in the Málaga defence with less than two minutes gone, to round the keeper and slot home. That meant Real Madrid scored in every LaLiga fixture this season, for the first time ever.
With news coming in from Barcelona that Eibar had taken a shock lead against Barcelona at the Camp Nou, Real Madrid and their fans were able to relax somewhat and start thinking about the celebrations.
Benzema scores Real Madrid's second
Benzema added a second after 55 minutes to seal Madrid's first title in five years, José Mourinho being the man in charge of the Spanish giants back in 2011-12. Since then Barcelona have won the title in 2012-13, 2014-15 and last year, 2015-16. Atlético picked up the 2013-14 crown.
Barcelona come back from 2-0 down
Barcelona were stunned by two exquisite strikes from Eibar's Inui in their match at the Camp Nou, but managed to turn the game around to ensure Luis Enrique recorded a win in his last LaLiga match in charge at Barça. A Juncà own goal, a Suárez tap in from close range, a Messi penalty (after he'd had one saved by Yoel previously) and another Messi strike saw Barça end the Liga season with a win, but they knew the title was Madrid bound by that point.
Zinedine Zidane won everything as a player with his club and country. On Sunday night he added a league title with Real Madrid after winning the Champions League last season. It is the 33rd in the club's history and the first since Jose Mourinho was in charge of the club five years ago. You'd think Zidane would take some time to praise himself.
They were fucking fantastic
In his press conference after the game, Zidane was only willing to praise his players though: As a trainer, the is nothing better. Professionally, it is the happoest day of my life. More than this can not be achieved. There are still things to be achieved but today, it is the happiest I have ever been professionally. The players deserve it. Everyone suffered, fought and ran and I am delighted for everyone. Everyone has been important. The key to everything with this team is that. Everything is imporant and they were f**king fantasic."
Zidane also said he would dodge Cibeles and let Sergio Ramos take over while admitting that he did not have tears of happiness but said that it was only "at the moment" suggesting he might shed a tear when he arrived back in Madrid late into the early hours on Monday morning.