"This team is already part of this club's legend. Its numbers will be impossible to forget and it has honoured our history." - Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
Los Blancos' 4-1 thrashing of Mallorca at the Bernabeu brought Madrid's successful La Liga season to an end in historic fashion. Three points, making Mourinho's men total 100 for the season - a new Spanish top-flight record. A win percentage of 87.72 per cent, if my maths serves me correctly.
Not just winning the league, doing it in record-breaking fashion. If Madrid's 2011-12 season had been a school report it'd have read - 'A - excellent. Some room for improvement in other subjects (see Champions League, Copa del Rey) but an impressive yearly improvement to see them go top of the class'.
Madrid finished the season on 100 points. A century. Nine better than Barcelona. To pip Pep's men to the finish line on goal difference would have been a huge achievement for Madrid this season, to topple whom many have declared the best team of a generation. To do it by such a distance, three wins - in a league where to drop a single point at the top could be seen as catastrophic - can be classed as superb.
Not only was the points tally record breaking, Madrid smashed the record for number of wins in a season with 32, they got the record for most away wins in a league season with 16, and the most away points in a season with 50 - highlighting their dominance both home and away this season - and most points in a closing half of the season with 53. They won the title with flair, despite what many people think of Mourinho, by scoring a superb 121 goals in a season - another record. Yet another one smashed was the most away goals in a season with 51.
Mourinho always said he'd do it in the second season and he has. It's been a magnificent season and one that'll live long in the memory. More positives came from the goals and performances of Ronaldo. The Portuguese also went some way to showing that he's not just a small-game player, who likes to bully the opposition and hide in the bigger matches, notably against Barcelona. No, this season he came out of his shell. He still might not have toppled Messi in the scoring charts, but CR7 has been a touch of class from start to finish.
Of course, the list doesn't stop there. Although Madrid's defence hasn't been at ten-out-of-ten standard this season, Sergio Ramos has fit comfortably in at centre-back rather than his usual right-back role, firstly covering for Ricardo Carvalho and then making the position his own. Xabi Alonso has been the man pulling the strings in the middle, rarely having a bad game. Mesut Ozil has been sublime in his play and a pleasure to watch, while Karim Benzema and Gonzalo Higuain's rotation has been at its fluent best.
There's still room for improvement - there always is. Why just a A and not an A+? The failure to win the Champions League. Although no disgrace in losing to a side with the class and quality of Bayern Munich (and on penalties, too), Madrid's eyes are still firmly on their tenth European crown. Now the Liga has been regained, that focus on the Champions League will intensify next season.
You only have to flick to the main page of the official Madrid website to see Mourinho saying.."We have to start working again because this club doesn't allow you to rest after winning a title. It wants its tenth European Cup." The season may have only just finished, but the planning for next season has already started - and so it should.
A short blog today, a small summary of the season as a whole, but a whole load of subjects I want to delve deeper into will be coming in the next few days and weeks. My player-of-the-season, my match of the season, and just where Madrid needs to improve for next season. Will Higuain stay or will he go?
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