David Alaba celebrates Real Madrid’s La Liga title win with chair

  • Rob Swan

David Alaba was reunited with *that* chair during Real Madrid’s La Liga title celebrations on Saturday.

The 29-year-old, who has won the league in his debut season at the Bernabeu after joining the Spanish giants from Bayern Munich last summer, went viral during Madrid’s 3-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in March after celebrating Karim Benzema’s hat-trick goal by hoisting a plastic white chair into the air.

And following Madrid’s 4-0 win over Espanyol on Saturday afternoon – a victory that earns Los Blancos their 35th La Liga title – there was a brilliant moment where Alaba was reunited with the chair.

First of all, here’s Alaba celebrating with the aforementioned chair against PSG in March:

What a celebration.

Video: David Alaba celebrates La Liga title with chair celebration

And here’s Alaba celebrating Madrid’s latest league title with what was presumably the same famous white chair:

The versatile defender’s teammates were loving it – and so were the fans.

An epic moment!

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Remarkably, Alaba has now won 10 league titles in a row.

The Austria international has won the league in every season since 2012-13 (nine with Bayern Munich and now one with his current employers).

Carlo Ancelotti, meanwhile, becomes the first manager to win all of Europe’s top five leagues.

Every player and member of staff was at the Bernabeu to celebrate this latest title triumph, with the exception of Gareth Bale, who has been criticised for his no-show.

The club now turn their focus to Wednesday night’s Champions League semi-final second leg against Manchester City.

The newly-crowned La Liga champions lost 4-3 in a classic first leg at the Etihad Stadium but will back themselves to reach the May’s final.

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