Atletico de Madrid is the new Spanish champion, and wins his 11th trophy of the competition.
Despite being the leader since November, Atletico only sealed the title win this Saturday, in the last round, with a sweaty victory.
The start of the match was cautious on both sides. The teams studied and did not take such risks. The first half featured some chances, but few clear goal opportunities. The complementary stage was busier and decided the championship.
On 17 minutes, Valladolid took advantage of a corner kick from the opponent and set up an excellent counterattack. Oscar Plano received a good ball from the Brazilian Marcos André and went face to face with Jan Oblak and opened the scoring for the home team.
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The 2-1 comeback win had the goals of Ángel Correa and Luis Suárez in the second half.
Atletico’s draw came in the 12th minute of the final stage and with a great goal from shirt 10 Ángel Correa, who received at the entrance of the area, dribbled and hit with the tip of the boot to confirm the title of Madrid.
It was then that Pistoleiro Luis Suárez was once again decisive and scored the goal of the turn, consequently the goal of the title for Atletico de Madrid, who reached the 2 to 1 in the 22nd minute.
Since 2005, Atletico is the only one that has managed to interrupt the hegemony of Real Madrid and Barcelona, with the 2013/14 and current titles.
In the capital, Real Madrid beat Villarreal 2-1 and became the runner-up.
Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla are qualified for the Champions League Real Sociedad and Real Betis won a place in the Europa League. Villarreal is guaranteed in the next Conference League. Huesca, Valladolid and Eibar have been demoted.
Messi was the top scorer in the Spanish Championship with 30 goals. Iago Aspas led in assists: 13.
Although the public has not yet been released to return to the stadiums in Spain, Atletico fans held the party outside José Zorrilla Stadium. About 22,000 fans attended and followed the decisive game of their heart club in Spanish.