Real Madrid winning and Barca losing at half-time. Madrid set to win a record 34th La Liga title
By TesscoNews | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 47 views
Madrid came into tonight's home game against Villarreal knowing that a win will be enough to confirm them the 2019/2020 La Liga champions.
As it stands at half-time Real Madrid would not even need to win their match against Villarreal to secure a record 34th La Liga title as Barcelona is losing 1-0 to Osasuna. However, that Barcelona is currently losing does not matter to Real Madrid as they are 1-0 ahead in their own game.
Karim Benzema has been in fine form since La Liga returned and he is the one that gave Real Madrid the lead going into half-time. The goal was assisted by Luka Modric in the 29th minute.
This goal is Benzema's 20th La Liga goal this season, he is currently 2 goals behind Messi in the race for the La Liga golden boot award.
If Real Madrid can hang on and win the rest of the match, then surely the trophy is coming back to Real Madrid tonight as it wouldn't matter what Barca does in their own game.
Fingers crossed it would happen tonight, let the celebrations begin.
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