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Real Madrid have basically won La Liga with a late Bellingham goal in El Clasico



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Jude Bellingham’s last-gasp strike in the stoppage time earned Real Madrid a hard-fought 3-2 win over Barcelona, effectively winning them the La Liga title this season. 

The team from the Spanish capital entered the contest with a formidable eight-point lead and yesterday’s win meant the gap has now increased to an impressive 11 points.

After a week of intense stress and high stakes, it was time to let loose and celebrate for Real Madrid players. 

An impromptu party was just what the players needed to release the built-up tension and assess their overall happiness following a few demanding days of important matches, including the one against Manchester City. 

Their victory against City secured their spot in the semi-finals, and their win in the Clasico brings them closer to the league title. Now, they can fully focus on their upcoming tie against Bayern, knowing they are in a strong position.

When can Real Madrid officially win La Liga?

Real Madrid can officially win La Liga in second week of May. (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP via Getty Images)

Last night’s win for the Los Blancos has given them a strong lead in La Liga, placing them 11 points ahead at the top of the table. 

With only six games remaining, totalling 18 possible points, it seems the title is destined for them. 

If Real Madrid wins their next three games against Real Sociedad, Cadiz, and Granada, and Barcelona also wins their next three against Valencia, Girona, and Real Sociedad, they could clinch the title against Granada on Matchday 35 during the second weekend of May.

However, if Barcelona slip up and lose more points in any of their games, and Real Madrid continue their winning streak, the title could be secured even sooner. 

This would be advantageous for Real Madrid, especially considering that their game against Granada falls shortly after the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich. 

It appears the title is within reach for Real Madrid, and it is just a matter of time before they officially seal the deal.

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‘It’s a beautiful thing’ – Real Madrid megastar raring to play his sixth UCL final



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Real Madrid’s most crucial endeavour of the season edges closer as they gear up to take Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League final.

Emotions are sure to be running high not only because of the monumental occasion; but also because a certain Toni Kroos will be playing his final game in the royal white jersey.

The German will be parting ways after enjoying 10 trophy-filled seasons and will aim to add another to his illustrious cabinet before he travels to Germany for the Euros in what will officially be his last rodeo in professional football.

Now, speaking in the build-up to the grand showdown with Borussia, Kroos has given his two cents on the team’s preparation and the morale inside the locker room.

On the upcoming Champions League final

Kroos acknowledged it felt incredible to play his sixth final for the Merengues, but claimed none of this success would have been possible without the efforts of a cohesive team.

“My sixth final? It’s a beautiful thing. I was lucky to play for a team that was able to achieve these successes.

“I am part of this, but I do not like to be alone, there is always the team. Without a team, it is impossible to do this,” Kroos remarked during an interview with RMTV.

Additionally, the German midfielder argued that Real Madrid were in high spirits today and they have the potential to surprise people.

“Today I saw everyone enjoying and looking forward to. The final is on Saturday. There is a competitor that may surprise some people.”

Kroos will play his last game for Real Madrid on Saturday. (Photo by THOMAS COEX/AFP via Getty Images)

Furthermore, Kroos is eager to close his Real Madrid career on a high and claims this will be his last effort before riding off into the sunset.

“This will be my last effort for Real Madrid. Hala Madrid,” he exclaimed.

On his farewell game

Kroos played his final game at the Santiago Bernabeu against Real Betis recently, and his emotional substitution in the 86th minute marked a poignant farewell.

As Kroos came off the pitch, he confessed that seeing his daughter cry was a difficult pill to swallow and he will carry these special moments till the very end.

“I tried not to cry on Saturday but when I saw my daughter cry it changed. It was very difficult for me. I will never forget these moments. I will remember forever, my children and my wife too,” he said.

The 34-year-old also mentioned that whenever he feels like experiencing a tear-jerker, he will take a trip down memory lane by looking at the farewell pictures.

“Saturday was the night of a lifetime. If one day at home I want to cry, I will look at the farewell pictures.”

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