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Real Madrid set unprecedented record in Spain

Real Madrid set unprecedented record in Spain

- Real Madrid defeated Malaga 2-0 away from home to win the 2016/17 La Liga title on Sunday May 21

- Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema sealed the victory for Los Blancos

- The La Liga champions are also the team with the most league titles (33) in Europe's top five leagues

Real Madrid defeated Malaga 2-0 at the La Rosaleda Stadium to win the La Liga title for the first time since 2012 while breaking an amazing record in Spain.

NAIJ.com understands that this is the first time in the Los Blancos' history that they have scored in every single game of a La Liga season.

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They also share a record with Serie A champions Juventus as the team with the most league titles won in Europe's top five leagues.

Real Madrid break AMAZING record in Spain

Real Madrid players celebrating their title.

Both teams have won 33 league titles and they are both set to battle each other in the final of the Champions League on June 3.

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Zidane's men were leading Barcelona with 3 points prior to the game against Malaga and they needed a draw to be crowned La Liga champions.

Madrid finished the game on a high as they defeated the Albicelestes 2-0 while the Catalans beat Eibar 4-2 at Camp Nou.

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