FC Barcelona have won their 24th league title in Club history and their second consecutive in the Luis Enrique era. If you were to look up the definition of the word 'dynasty', you would find a short first entry — 1. Futbol Club Barcelona.
The Catalans' sixth league title in the last eight seasons is an unprecedented feat in Europe's top domestic leagues.
Saturday's clincher, a 3–0 victory at Granada, came thanks to a hat-trick from Luis Suárez, this season's top goal scorer in Spain and, in fact, in all of Europe.
It's no surprise, then, that the press has dedicated plenty of headline ink to the blaugrana juggernaut.
Here are the highlights from the most important local and international media outlets:
Mundo Deportivo: "Barça make it clear who league's best team is."
Sport: "Highly deserved."
La Vanguardia: "From League to League."
El Perdiódico: "League reconquest."
Marca: "Luis Enrique's La Liga," with references to Luis Suárez's scoring title.
As: "Triumph in Granada."
The New York Times: "Barcelona’s Liga Title Shows It Thrives on Pressure"
ESPN FC: "Barcelona finish the job at Granada, win La Liga on the back of Luis Suarez"
The Guardian: "Barcelona pip Real Madrid to La Liga title with Luis Suárez hat-trick "
El Observador: “Champion and Pichichi”, in reference to compatriot Luis Suárez
El Tiempo: "Luis Suárez hand delivers title to Barça."