Real Madrid beat Malaga 2-0 to win La Liga for the 33rd time
Cristiano Ronaldo’s put Real on their way in the second minute after he circle the keeper in a clever manoeuvre and slid in the ball.
This was his 40th goal of the season, his fourteenth in his last nine games and a finish which is similar to that which gave Madrid their last title for Jose Mourinho’s Madrid with the champ at the Camp Nou.
After a strong and complete performance against Malaga, Los Blancos came out on top 0-2, ensuring their chance to be crowned the kings of Spain yet again. The performance by each Real player was both applaudable and even-keeled. Each player provided enough to give their side the desired victory while giving fans enough energy and flair to make the final match interesting.
With the Spanish league now over, Real Madrid will be hoping to maintain the same level of performance against Juventus in the 2017 UEFA championship final taking place at National Stadium of Wales on Saturday 3 June
It was Zinedine Zidane’s first title since he assumed control and the 33rd of Real’s history.