Madrid drew 2-2 against Legenes, Madrid before tonight have been on a winning streak of ten games on the bounce since the restart, and won the league in the game prior this one.
Isco assisted both goals, with Ramos heading in the first via a free kick and Asensio scoring with his left foot when Isco through ball found him in the right wing. Real Madrid finishes the league on 87 points, five more than Barcelona, Barcelona won their last match with five goals to nil.
Madrid will now focus on their champion league campaign against Manchester City, in a very difficult situation after losing 2-1 at home.
The draw has had no effect for Madrid but confirmed Legenes to be relegated as they needed a win to pass Ceita.
There are a few observations
1. Asensio is the Prince of Madrid: Asensio is and will always be the Prince of Madrid, his goal tonight proves he still have that killer touch and a glorious future ahead of him.
2. Bale and James should move on this summer: Bale and James both amazing players have not just fallen down the peeking order but have been shown the club no longer relies on them, and it will be wise of them to move on, no player have ever became the best in the world by being comfortable on the bench.
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