Real Madrid has been confirmed as La Liga champions for the 2023-2024 season.

Real Madrid’s latest victory was sealed on Saturday (today) following the club’s 3-0 home win against Cadiz.

Girona, their closest rivals in the La Liga race, had earlier suffered an unexpected 4-2 defeat to Barcelona.

Carlo Ancelotti’s men cruised to become champions today, thanks to goals from Brahim Diaz, Jude Bellingham and Joselu, who helped secure the 3 goals against Cardiz.

Madrid’s latest win marks the club’s 36th La Liga title.

Madrid won the La Liga title with a total of 87 points after 34 fixtures, while Barcelon’s loss leaves them in third place with 73 points, one less than Girona.

Nevertheless, Real Madrid is set to host Bayern Munich in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final clash, with the game level at 2-2.

Jurgen Klopp Reveals Why Premier League Clubs Are Struggling In Europe

Meanwhile, the manager of Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, has admitted that the congested fixtures in England’s elite club football affected the performance of Premier League clubs in European competitions.

The 2023-2024 season saw Premier League clubs struggle in European club competitions. Things are so bad that no club in the league made it to the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Recall that Real Madrid from Spanish La Liga knocked out Manchester City in the quarter-finals, and Bayern Munich from German Bundesliga knocked out Arsenal in the same stage of the campaign.

The same fate befell English clubs in the UEFA Europa League. No club from the league made it beyond the quarter-finals, including star-studded Liverpool, which was stunned out of the competition by Atalanta from Italian Serie A.

The Premier League currently has only a representative in the Europa Conference League. Aston Villa are still flying England’s flag in the semi-final stage of the competition.

However, they are likely to be knocked out of the competition by Greek club Olympiacos, who recorded an unprecedented 2-4 away win over the English side.

While most of the clubs who faced Premier League clubs in European competitions this season didn’t play weekend games before playing in Europe in midweek, the clubs from England often have two to three days to prepare for their European engagements


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