After defeating RCD Espanyol with a score of 4-0, Real Madrid won La Liga, adding one more title to their trophy cabinet. How many titles do they have?
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It is worth doing this review as Los Merengues have long established themselves as one of the winningest clubs in world soccer.
This is how Real Madrid won La Liga
Real Madrid only needed a draw to win La Liga and on this day, they beat Espanyol with a brace from Rodrygo, a goal from Marco Asensio, and one from Karim Benzema.
In this way, Los Merengues reached 81 points, 17 more than their closest competitor, Jesús Manuel "Tecatito" Corona's Sevilla, who accumulated 64 points in the whole tournament.
Most impressive of all is that Madrid won the title in Round 34, 4 rounds from the end of the tournament, thus demonstrating their superiority over the other La Liga clubs.
Why is it that with 4 rounds of La Liga to go, Real Madrid already won the tournament?
The answer is simple: mathematics has decreed Madrid's triumph because, even if Madrid had lost its next 4 games, its closest competitor, Sevilla, would not have been able to catch it even if it had won all its games by a landslide.
With 64 points in the overall standings for Sevilla, and 63 for Barcelona, neither of these clubs would have been able to catch Los Merengues, so mathematically Real Madrid's victory was inevitable.
This way, one more title is added to the list of titles held by the White House, so today all La Liga followers are asking themselves, how many titles do the Merengues have?
How many titles does Real Madrid have?
So far Real Madrid has 35 La Liga titles, making them the Spanish club that has won this tournament the most times, followed by their fierce rivals FC Barcelona with 26, and behind them are only Atletico Madrid, with 11 league titles.
They are followed by Athletic Bilbao with 8 leagues, Valencia with 6, and Real Sociedad with 2 leagues. Finally, Deportivo La Coruña, Sevilla and Betis have one league title so far.
What other titles does Real Madrid have in its vaults?
The Merengue club is one of the most winning clubs in Europe and the world, as La Liga is not the only tournament that the team led by Carlo Ancelotti has won.
Its list of honors includes 13 UEFA Champions Leagues, 19 King's Cups, 4 Club World Cups, 4 European Super Cups, 2 UEFA Cups, and 12 Spanish Super Cups.
And currently, the club is going for its 14th UEFA Champions League, as it is in the semi-final against Manchester City.
Should they win the second leg, the white club would be on the verge of winning its 14th title in the competition.