It was just a matter of time, as something that was clear since December has now just become official: Real Madrid are LaLiga champions for their 35th time.
They have pulled it off through a huge superiority about the rest of competitors. They have completed a dreamed season, really hegemonic, where they have won almost in every stadium until confirming what they deserve so much for the unstoppable level they have shown.
Real Madrid have completed a perfect season where they have not had any rival. They have led the table with an average distance of 10 to 15 points to the closest thing of “chasers” and with a sequence of wins that have resulted in an authoritarian kingdom of both own merit and external demerit due to the absence and ineptitude of their opponents.
Real Madrid, champions of a perfect liga, have lost three games in the entire season. Three defeats in 34 games. Espanyol, Getafe and Barcelona are the only ones that have been able to beat them once. All the other matches that the ‘Whites’ have drawn have just ended in an anecdote for the inability of the rest of the teams to get two victories in a row.
Ancelotti has now won the only national title that he was missing out of the top five leagues and has built a winner, vertical, scorer, effective and committed team that has based its wins in the boxes through creativity in the middle in order to culminate a football piece of art supported by the regularity that demands a tournament of nine months.
Courtois, the best keeper of the moment, has stopped the few signs of crisis on the road thanks to his reflections and agility; Modric, eternal wizard of the ball, has never ceased of creating football every weekend; Vinicius, born to dribble, now also knows how to finish; Rodrygo and Camavinga, present and future, have the potential to reign the ‘Whites’ next decade; Benzema, the biggest expression of football this season, has established his candidature for a Golden Ball that belongs to him.
Real Madrid have crowned a perfect league, dyed of white since the beginning, and with the difficulty of never failing under any circumstance. Real Madrid and Ancelotti have return to the winning fusion of the past and now the Italian coach has won the title he did not lift during his previous stage, which is the most difficult one to conquer.
Real Madrid are LaLiga champions, the league of Ancelotti, with a huge hegemony above the others.
Main image: Edit José Manuel Calviño.