Real Madrid clinch their 35th Spanish Football Title

Real Madrid clinch 35th La Liga title with four games to spare after victory over Espanyol. Real Madrid have clinched their 35th La Liga title with four games to spare after beating Espanyol 4-0 at Santiago Bernabeu.

According to the details, Real Madrid needed just one point to win the title when Brazilian star Rodrigo scored two goals in the first half and Marcos Ascencio and Karim Benzema scored one goal each in the second half against Espanyol.

The Spanish club have a clear lead of 17 points, well ahead of second-placed Sevilla and have four games to play.

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The champion club has been at the top of the points table since November last year and the award did not come suddenly to them but was already clear as they had been proving their superiority in the league for months.

On the other hand, the performance of Barcelona and Sevilla declined, as a result of which the chances of success of Real Madrid became brighter.

Real Madrid will focus on the second leg of the Champions League semi-final after their victory in La Liga, which will be played on May 4, 2022, at Manchester City’s home ground. Real Madrid lost 3-4 last week, but will now need to work harder to reach another European League final.

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Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti gave Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr. a chance to rest for the first half of the match against Espanyol, and Rodrigo made the opportunity valuable by scoring two last-minute goals.

Rodrigo gave Madrid the lead in the 33rd minute of the match, scoring his second goal of the season. He scored the first goal with the help of Mariano Diaz who delivered the ball to him with an extraordinary performance.

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