Luis Suarez scored twice in the first half..

Barcelona crowned La Liga champions ahead of Real Madrid

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Barcelona are celebrating the 24th La Liga title in their history after a routine victory over Granada on the final day of the season.

They finish the season on 91 points, just one ahead of their arch-rivals. Just a few weeks ago, Real Madrid were 12 points behind the Catalan giants but the thought of losing their title to Los Blancos was enough to inspire Luis Enrique's men to six straight victories.

Luis Suarez also sealed the Pichici Trophy, finishing the campaign in style by grabbing all three goals in the 3-0 win. The hat-trick sees him finish on 40 league goals, five ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored twice in Real Madrid's win over Deportivo.


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Needless to say, there were a few nerves in the encounter but Suarez, as he so regularly has this season, proved to be the difference. And now the football world is purring over the Uruguayan.

Most notably, his first goal was the 250th scored by him, Leo Messi and Neymar since he joined from Liverpool in the summer of 2014.

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Before we get into the best of the reaction, let's look at the goals:

Now, let's look at the stats

Special mention goes to this Barcelona fan at the Real Madrid game:

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