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Live Reporting

Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

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    And with that we'll leave you. Hats off to Atletico Madrid, the 2020-21 La Liga champions.

    Enjoy the celebrations.

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    Luis Suarez has been sat on the turf of the Jose Zorilla speaking to someone on his phone, presumably his family, crying his eyes out.

    He's not always been the most popular figure, but it's a very human moment.

  3. 'I wanted to laugh'

    Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone, speaking to La Liga TV: "The world is going through a different phase right now so if we can give some joy to people it means so much to us. Thirty-two players I think have been involved, everyone as important ad the other. I am extremely grateful. The players who haven't been involved have been so respectful of my decisions and the group in general.

    "The first thing that came to me was a smile. I wanted to laugh. I don't know why. It is joy that is warm inside. I was thinking back to ahead of then game when we were leaving and didn't know if we would continue after the title win. This group has a tremendous future now. The club is growing and has done a fabulous job. It is more important than the results. We have always been fighting everybody to win this trophy. The people sometimes get bred of me and my approach but I am a really stubborn person."

  4. 'It is about the whole squad'

    Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak, speaking to La Liga TV: "We have had a lot of challenges. When I began with Atletico it was my dream to win the title. Sometimes we have been close, but this feels spectacular.

    "Valladolid were playing for their lives and played really well but we had to come back. There was no choice. We had to score twice and did.

    "The merit is for all of us, the whole team has to be at an incredibly high level. It is not just about one person. The team has done everything to win the championship. It is all about the squad and the people in the stands watching us. The reason we come back in games like today is the sense of unity in the team.

    "We will talk amongst ourselves to work out what we can do to celebrate. But it will be a big celebration. We are just proud to win it."

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    That was a very emotional Luis Suarez. As mentioned suffering a few times in the interview.

    Wonder how Barcelona feel watching him celebrate winning the title?

  6. 'Thank you for trusting in me'

    Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez, speaking to La Liga TV: "I am just delighted the way Atletico have appreciated me. They have given me the chance to show I can still perform on this stage. Thank you for trusting in me. A lot of people have suffered with me. I think I have being playing football for many years and this is the year my family have suffered the most, It is an amazing feeling to perform in the final game of the season. My work is to help the team and pay them back by scoring goals. Atletico is a huge club and we have shown it this season. We have been the most regular performers and that is why we are champions."

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    Hang on, was Diego Simeone just wiping away a tear there?

    The Atletico boss has just put aside the celebrations for a moment to go and console Valladolid's Kiko Olivas. Nice moment.

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    Nothing makes you long for full stadiums again like watching a tense final day and title race come to close.

    The Atletico players are loving this, but how much better would it be for them with a pocket of their own bouncing around in the Jose Zorilla?

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    Huesca are joining Real Valladolid in the second tier. They have failed to beat Valencia.

    Elche stay up after their 2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao.

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    There are tears from the Real Valladolid players too. They are going down.

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    As you may imagine, the scenes are very different amongst the two sets of players from Madrid.

    Hugs all round in Valladolid, high fives, kisses, the lot.

    In Madrid it is men sat on the turf, broken.


    Real Valladolid 1-2 Atletico Madrid



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    But it doesn't matter....

  14. GOAL - Real Madrid 2-1 Villarreal

    Luka Modric

    OH HELLO!!!!

    Luka Modric lashes a shot into the roof of the net. Real are doing their bit!

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    Atletico have one minute to hold on and they will be champions.

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    Three minutes added at Valladolid.

    Three minutes added in Madrid.

    Just the La Liga title on the line.

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    Real Madrid 1-1 Villarreal

    So Real need to score again and hope Real Valladolid equalise against Atletico. If that happens, Zinedine Zidane's side are champions.

    Oh, and we're into the 90th minute. How are your nerves?!