PRIMERA 2016-17
Week 38 21 May 2017
Atletico Madrid3 - 1Athletic Bilbao
Barcelona4 - 2Eibar
Celta Vigo2 - 2Real Sociedad
Deportivo3 - 0Las Palmas
Granada1 - 2Espanyol
Leganes1 - 1Alaves
Malaga0 - 2Real Madrid
Sevilla5 - 0Osasuna
Sporting Gijon2 - 2Real Betis
Valencia1 - 3Villarreal
A Fernando Torres double ignited the party celebrations for Atletico Madrid in their final ever match at the Vicente Calderon with victory over Athletic Bilbao.
Barcelona came back from 2-0 down to beat Eibar 4-2 on Sunday, but their turnaround was overshadowed by Real Madrid winning the title at Malaga.
Real Sociedad pipped Basque rivals Athletic Bilbao to the final Europa League spot with a 93rd minute equaliser at Celta Vigo.
Quique Setien failed to arrest Las Palmas’ run of defeats in his curtain call on Saturday as Deportivo La Coruna ran out easy 3-0 winners.
Tony Adams admits he is relieved that his Granada “nightmare” is over as “nothing was going to work with this group of players.”
Leganes capped off the greatest season in their history with a 1-1 draw against Copa del Rey finalists Alaves on Saturday.
Real Madrid have been crowned La Liga champions for the first time in five years after a 2-0 win at Malaga on Sunday.
A Serie A-flavoured goal fest saw Sevilla thrash Osasuna 5-0 on Saturday, in what was likely Jorge Sampaoli’s final game at Sanchez Pizjuan.
Relegated Sporting Gijon salvaged some pride after they drew 2-2 with Real Betis in La Liga on Saturday.
Villarreal sealed a spot in next season’s Europa League group stages with a comprehensive final day victory at local rivals Valencia.
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