Real Madrid champions of LaLiga for record 35th time

Genuine Madrid came out on top for the LaLiga championship on Saturday after a 4-0 win over Espanyol gave them a difficult lead over Barcelona at the highest point of the table with four games to play.

Rodrygo's first-half twofold set the bosses choose while heading to the title at the Santiago Bernabeu before Marco Asensio made it 3-0 not long after the break.

Karim Benzema got a fourth in the wake of coming on as a substitute in the midst of glad scenes at the Bernabeu.

Around 150,000 Real Madrid fans rushed to the city's focal Cibeles wellspring on Saturday to join the players for a festival of their record-expanding 35th LaLiga after the group rode transports to the customary get-together spot.

The association title is Madrid's second prize of the 2021-22 season in the wake of winning the Spanish Supercopa in January.

They will hope to keep any desires for more flatware alive on Wednesday in their Champions League elimination round the second leg with Manchester City, following 4-3.

Director Carlo Ancelotti - - who got back to the club the previous summer for his subsequent spell in control - - turns into the principal mentor to bring home the championship in Europe's "main five" associations: