Real Madrid won a record-extending 35th La Liga title after two first-half goals from Rodrygo spurred them to a 4-0 home victory over mid-table Espanyol on Saturday.
The win also made its Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti the first manager to capture titles in each of Europe’s top five leagues — England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.
Rodrygo's double put Real 2-0 up at the break before Marco Asensio added a third after 55 minutes and La Liga's top scorer Karim Benzema sealed the points in the 81st.
Captain Benzema lifted the trophy after coming off the bench late in the second half as Ancelotti rested several regular starters with Real hosting Manchester City in its Champions League semi-final second leg on Wednesday trailing 4-3.
Real has 81 points with four games to go. It is 17 points ahead of second-placed Sevilla and 18 clear of Barcelona, which has a game in hand, and needed a point against Espanyol to clinch the title with almost a month of the season remaining.
It was a record-breaking day for defender Marcelo, who won his 24th piece of silverware with Real to leapfrog Gento as the player with the most trophy wins in the club's 120-year history.