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Real Madrid reach milestones with 34th league win

Real Madrid sets two milestones as Los Blancos win 34th league title

July 16, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
The Spanish giants defeated Villarreal with a narrow 2-1 score and they managed to add more records to their impressive tally.

Real Madrid struggled, but ended up prevailing to win their 34th title at their alternate home. Los Blancos claimed the title after their 2-1 victory over the Yellow Submarine even after a late surge by the away side.

Los Blancos are now seven points clear at the top of the league with one game to go, especially after Barcelona's 2-1 defeat at home against Osasuna. Now, the Spanish giants are eight titles away from their bitter rivals when it comes to leagues won.

The all-white side has earned a couple of records in their successful run for their 34th league win. Here's one of those curious milestones that were allowed to happen due to the coronavirus pause and the team's decision to work on Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

"Real Madrid has turned into the first La Liga team to win the league title while playing as hosts in three different venues (the Old Chamartín ground, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium)."

And here's a host of more records earned by the recently crowned champions.


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