After spending two consecutive season without winning Laliga title, Real Madrid were crowned Spanish champions after beating Villareal 2-1 at the Estadio Santiago Bernabaue yesterday. This is the 34th Laliga trophy won by the Real Madrid, which means Madrid won the trophy more than any other club in Spain. Madrid went in to the game with full strength and managed to score two goals against through their striker Karim Benzema on either side of the play although the second goal was a penalty after Sergio Ramos was fouled in the box by a Villareal player.
Although Villareal late pressure saw them reducing the deficit to 2-1, but that does'nt stopped Real Madrid from winning the Laliga title. Before yesterday's game, Real Madrid were leading the Laliga with 79 points, just four points against Barcelona who are sitting in the second position. Barcelona's loss at home against Osasuna gives Real Madrid an advantage to move 7 points clear and handed the title to them. Now with only one game remaining for the season, Madrid will surely focus their attention towards their Champions game against Manchester City on August 3.
To celebrate this achievement for the club, Madrid fans took to their social media accounts to troll their fiercest rival Barcelona, with funny memes and pictures. Here are some of the pictures used by Madrid fans to celebrate their title win:
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