WATCH: Jude Bellingham delivers speech in Spanish as Real Madrid celebrate La Liga title

English midfielder Jude Bellingham was able to deliver a small speech in Spanish as he celebrated winning the La Liga with Real Madrid this season.

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As part of their La Liga victory celebrations, some Real Madrid players have spoken to the thousands of people who have gathered at the Community Headquarters inside the Spanish capital.

Carlo Ancelotti led the chorus of the club hymn, and Jude Bellingham spoke during his inaugural celebrations alongside Real Madrid. The English attacking midfielder, who experienced a great debut season, talked to the audience and demonstrated how his Spanish skills have paid off.

Bellingham's transition into Real Madrid has been extremely smooth, as evidenced by his relationships with practically every one of his teammates. He never expected things to go so well in the first ten months, and he hopes to finish the season with his very first UEFA Champions League trophy - and Los Blancos' 15th.

On Saturday, Spanish champions Real Madrid defeated relegated Granada 4-0 to kick off their title celebrations. Carlo Ancelotti's side will display the league trophy in the Spanish capital on Sunday, after a reserve team made short work of the devastated Andalusians. 

Real Madrid breeze past relegated Granada in La Liga encounter

Brahim Diaz scored twice for Madrid, who overcame Bayern Munich on Tuesday to get to the Champions League final. Fran Garcia and Arda Guler additionally scored goals. Last Saturday, Los Blancos won their 36th Spanish crown with four matches to spare, but they elected not to celebrate in order to concentrate on the Bayern match.

A late double from substitute Joselu concluded that match in dramatic fashion, and the Spaniard began up front versus Granada, with just Antonio Rudiger chosen from the team that defeated the German behemoth. Madrid rested players such as Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior, while goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois kept another clean sheet during his second start back following nine months out due to injury.

The three remaining league games are going to enable Ancelotti to rest and vary his starting lineup in preparation for the Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium. They may also give fans one more chance to watch Modric in action, as the 38-year-old's contract expires this summer.

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