Atletico Madrid, who entered the last week in La Liga as the leader, beat Real Valladolid 2-1 in the game they fell behind and became the champion. While Diego Simeone’s team reached the championship in La Liga 7 years later, Luis Suarez, who came from Barcelona at the beginning of the season, marked the season with his critical goal. Atletico Madrid thus managed to become the champion for the 11th time.
Breaking news: In the 38th and final week of the Spanish La Liga, Atletico Madrid defeated Valladolid 2-1 in the first half and declared the championship.
Atletico Madrid, champion in Spanish La Liga!
The champion in Spanish La Liga was announced this evening. Atletico Madrid fell 1-0 just like last week, winning the match 2-1 with the goals of Angel Correa and Luis Suarez and became the champion with 86 points. Diego Simeone’s team reached the championship in La Liga for the first time after the 2013-14 season. Real Madrid beat Villarreal 2-1 with goals scored in the last minutes, but finished the league in second place with 84 points.
Atletico Madrid became the champion of the 2020/21 season in the Spanish La Liga. In the 38th week match, the Madrid team faced Valladolid on the road.
In the 18th minute of the match, Atletico fell 1-0 with Plano’s goal, and went ahead 2-1 with Correa’s 57 and Suarez’s 67. Knowing how to keep the score, Atletico Madrid became the champion of the Spanish La Liga with 86 points, 2 points ahead of the second Real Madrid.
Championship goal from Luis Suarez
Transferring from Barcelona at the beginning of the season, Luis Suarez made a great contribution to his team with 21 goals and almost scored the championship goal. The home team took the lead 1-0 with Oscar Plano in the 18th minute as Correa equaled the score in 57 minutes and Suarez brought the lead and the championship in the 67th minute. Luis Suarez scored in the 88th minute against Osasuna last week, bringing the score to 2-1 and scoring a golden goal.
CHAMPIONS OF THE LAST 8 SEASONS IN LA LIGA
- 2020-21 Atletico Madrid
- 2019-20 Real Madrid
- 2018-19 Barcelona
- 2017-18 Barcelona
- 2016-17 Real Madrid
- 2015-16 Barcelona
- 2014-15 Barcelona
- 2013-14 Atletico Madrid
WHO WILL GO WHERE?
UEFA EUROPEAN LEAGUE
FALLING THE CLASS