Real Madrid Champion crushes the already demoted Granada

The defender Fran Garcia opened the score at 38 minutes, and assisted the Turkish player Arda Gulër for the second goal, right on the brink of halftime (45+2), with the creative Moroccan Brahim Diaz scoring twice in the second half (49 and 58) of the match in the 35th round, sealing the final result.

Compared to the last Champions League match against Bayern Munich, where Real Madrid secured their spot in the final, only the German defender Rüdiger started in the lineup under the command of the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti.

With 90 points and the confirmed title, Real Madrid is already looking forward to the ‘Champions’ final against Borussia Dortmund, scheduled for June 1st at Wembley Stadium in England, while Granada sits in 19th place with 21 points and had their fate sealed even before the match started.

In another La Liga match today, Mallorca (15th with 35 points) won at home against Las Palmas (14th with 37), thanks to a solitary goal from the Uruguayan Giovanni Apud, while Villarreal (defeated Sevilla 3-2.

The Norwegian Alexander Sorloth scored twice for Villarreal (30 and 90+7), and the Colombian Yerson Mosquera scored the other goal for the ‘yellow submarine’ (84), with the Moroccan Youssef En Nesyri also scoring twice (26 and 44).

Gonçalo Guedes was a starter in the winning team, currently in eighth place with 48 points, while Sevilla keeps disappointing and sits in 13th place with 41 points.

Today, Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna play at San Mamés Stadium in the Basque Country.

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