Real Madrid win 33rd La Liga title

Laura Christensen
June 5, 2017

"That is, if he wants to, because if he carries on being successful with Real Madrid then he won't take the job even if the seat is free".

REAL MADRID keeper Keylor Navas shaved his head after his side's title win to support children and their families fighting cancer.

Club talisman Cristiano Ronaldo was absolutely instrumental, scoring in the second minute of the game to give his team the platform for the win.

Real Madrid attacker Isco vows to stay at the Bernabeu after helping the club land their 33rd La Liga title on Sunday night.

Unlike the Premier League, it means Real Madrid will have to wait some time before getting their hands on the coveted La Liga crown.

The manager, who has represented Madrid both as coach and player, placed this season's achievement at the top of a lengthy individual list in that department.

With regards to their local rivals, Real Madrid players followed their fans with a familiar chant: "Atleti tell me what it feels like".

"I've helped the team with my goals, my decisions and for that I am happy".

Cameras caught Real Madrid's Luka Modric and Gareth Bale wondering where the trophy was during the La Liga title winning celebrations.

Having been arguably the best in the world for much of his playing career, Perez believes the 44-year-old is just as talented in the dugout. "To win it with this game is incredible. We fought until the very end and now we congratulate a worthy champion".

"We are only going to think about and enjoy what we have achieved today".

"LaLiga is 38 games long and it rewards consistency".

"This is a prize for a tough group of players who have sacrificed a lot".

While Iniesta added: "We haven't found the consistency that is necessary to be champions, it is a shame because we have only missed out by three points".

"We have been intense and focussed throughout the year".

Real needed just a point to be assured of the title and any lingering nerves were dispelled within seconds.

Earlier on Sunday, Atletico Madrid said farewell to their beloved Vicente Calderon stadium before they move to a new ground with a 3-1 win over Athletic Bilbao.

"I'm not a saint but neither am I the devil that many people say I am". It would be Madrid's first double in the European competition and in La Liga in almost six decades.

"We have suffered along the way, over 38 games in this Liga, which is the most hard in the world", he said.

Zidane has returned the La Liga title to Spain capital city for the first time in five years.

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