Real Madrid Capturing The La Liga Title For 34th Time Is A Spectacle

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Real Madrid have won the Spanish title after winning 10 consecutive matches since the football resumed. Due to the safety regulations for the pandemic, the supporters were unable to join their favourite team in this glorious moment. Therefore, they went ahead with virtual celebration on the social platform.

Los Blancos became the la liga champions for a record 34th time and 11th time under the French mastermind, Zinedine Zidane. Their fiercest rivals Barcelona stood eight points behind when Madrid beat Villareal 2-1 this Thursday night (16th June). Forward Karim Benzema carried on the best form of his career by scoring 2 goals including 1 penalty.

Real Madrid Victory Sparks Virtual Celebration For Madridistas

The victory of that match sealed their top spot at the table with one match still remaining. The pictures and videos of the celebration from the field kept on circulating on twitter which entertained the crowd at home.

La liga title winners picked up their coach who played a key role after making a defining return. In his first spell of 2016-2018, the whites became european champions three consecutive times after which he resigned and the team went downhill. With his return in 2019, Madrid received a breath of life and achieved another championship.

Apparently the team was missing the live crowd who usually raise hell inside the stadium with their cheers. Therefore, they took it upon themselves to hype up the excitement. It was just like Liverpool celebrating after winning Premier League.

Even The Rivals Are Impressed

The team’s performance was truly a work of art which also compelled the Catalans to admit this memorable defeat

They Did It Without The Big Gun

Madrid was often criticized that it could not win so many titles if it wasn’t for Ronaldo. Cristiano Ronaldo was the most dramatic addition to the team. His insane form collected a lot of goals, victories, and trophies for the team. Madrid went through a tough time after he left in 2018 but it seems like the bad days are behind Madrid.

The Bar Raises Higher

It is a moment of clarity for critics and a motivation for their rivals. Someone shared the qualification gap between the two opposing giants despite a few failed years.

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