Real Madrid confirmed Spanish La Liga champions post-COVID-19

Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid captain (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid captain (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images) /

The champions of Spain is none other than the Galácticos, Real Madrid. Zidane reinstalled and the La Liga title returns to Madrid.

What was once in doubt for Real almost seems like the inevitable now when you look at the current standings and point gap between the champions and runners-up, Barcelona. As things stand, the winners with 86 points and the first losers, Barca with 79 points.

A big seven-point lead to take the championship away from the Camp Nou and bring it back to the Santiago Bernabéu. It took them two seasons and recalling Zinedine Zidane to get back to the summit of the standings.

Real Madrid, 34-times Spanish La Liga champions join;

  1. Liverpool – Champions of the English Premier League
  2. Bayern Munich – Champions of the German Bundesliga
  3. FC Zenit Saint Petersburg – Champions of the Russian Premier League
  4. Ajax – Champions of the Dutch Eredivisie
  5. Club Brugge KV – Champs of the Belgian First Division A

The whole of Real Madrid smiles, celebrates, and breathe sighs of relief following a massive turn around in event in the Spanish top flight. On the losers end of the table, Messi cries out and displays the depth of the loss on the night and that of the title.

Messi cry’s out loud

The club and league’s leading goalscorer and top assist man had some strong and interesting words on his club’s failure to secure the league title for a third, consecutive season. He literally told the entire club they are “weak”!

Unquestionably things from top to bottom at the club need changing. For the club captain to come out and have such a powerful message to say out about himself, the rest of the players, and the hierarchy is a cause for concern. This displays his discomfort at losing the Spanish crown after leading for a larger part of the season.

Madrid took total advantage

Congratulations to Zidane and Real Madrid. At one point it was going so bad for him he was named as the manager most likely to lose his job. He put his head down, tightened his laces, and turned things around gracefully.

They took advantage of the restart of Spanish football, winning every game back-to-back. Sergio Ramos expressed this perfectly post-match.

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"The aim to win the games after lockdown, this is the reward. To win 10 games on the bounce deserves a lot of credit. It’s been a strange season but our objective was very clear once the league restarted, we wanted to win every game.We didn’t want to depend on others and we had no doubts on the pitch. It’s difficult to win every game. Every match is difficult but this is the reward for all of our hard work. 34 leagues and I’m very happy with my fifth title. (Via: Sky Sports)"

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