Prior to the match, Real Madrid knew a victory over Villarreal would hand them the Spanish Laliga title, which later happened.
Former Lyon striker Karim Benzema opened the scoring for Real in the 29 minutes to gave the host 1-0 lead in the first half.
The French star doubled the lead in the second half of the game via a penalty kick, before Vincent Iborra scored the only goal for the away team.
With the victory over Villarreal, Real Madrid made it 10 wins in their last 10 matches.
Former Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has already Broken Laliga record by keeping 19 clean sheets this season.
Courtois was Atletico Madrid goalkeeper when Diego Simeone side won Spanish Laliga Santander title in 2013.
He has now becomes the first goalkeeper to win Laliga title for both Madrid clubs.
Football fans reactions to Courtois' record and his statement after winning Laliga title:
Congratulations to Real Madrid and Thibaut Courtois for the records Broken.
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