Hala Madrid, Real Madrid wins 34th La Liga Title
It is another season to remember for French men Zinedine Zidane and Karim Benzema, the title is the manager’s first La Liga title with Real Madrid in three years, according to him it has made him happier than winning even the Champions League. Real Madrid wrapped up the title with a game to spare as they beat Villarreal at an empty Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium 2-1.
Karim Benzema fired between the legs of Sergio Asenjo and added a controversial second from a retaken penalty after Sergio Ramos missed the first time. Vicente Iborra pulled one back but it was not enough to stop Real Madrid from lifting the trophy, this year’s league title makes it the 34th Spanish La Liga title.
Zidane’s side has won all 10 of their matches since Spanish football restarted in June. They head into the final day of the season with an unassailable seven-point lead over second-placed Barcelona. About the victory, Real Madrid manager said:”This is better than anything. It takes a tremendous effort to win La Liga.” “After 38 matches, you have more points than anyone else. After lockdown and everything, it’s astonishing.”
He also said: “Today is one of the best days for me as a professional.” “After everything that happened, the three-month break, it is fantastic what has been achieved.” Real Madrid will now focus on the Champions League which comes up Auguest and will be playing Manchester City.
Talking about the Champions League, Zidane said: “The Champions League is the Champions League but La Liga makes me happier because La Liga is what it’s all about.” “This is a tremendous feeling because what these players have done is incredible. I am lost for words because I am too emotional. “The players are the ones who have fought for this. It’s true I’ve played my role but they are the ones who believe in what they are doing.”