Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid Break La Liga Records

Michael CernaCorrespondent IMay 13, 2012

MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 13:  Iker Casillas of Real Madrid CF holds up the La Liga trophy as he celebrates with team-mates after the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and RCD Mallorca at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on May 13, 2012 in Madrid, Spain.  (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
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It just does not stop. Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo have broken more La Liga records.

It is not even surprising anymore. The words "record broken" have been almost synonymous with both Real Madrid and Ronaldo this season.

In the final match of the season, Real clinched arguably the greatest season for any club in Primera Division history.

By beating Mallorca, they reached 100 points this year. That is one better than Barcelona's record of 99 points from the 2009-10 season.

One hundred points is the most for any major European league in history. They are also the first Spanish side to win 32 matches in a single campaign.

Additionally, Real Madrid have scored 121 goals, the most in history. The previous record of 108 goals was set in the 1989-90 season.

Unquestionably the biggest reason for that goal tally is Cristiano Ronaldo. CR7 created yet another record for himself as well.

With this opening goal against Mallorca in the19th minute, Ronaldo became the first player in history to score against all 19 Spanish teams in a single season.

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Ronaldo finished with 46 goals, four behind Lionel Messi in the Pichichi race. In all competitions, Ronaldo scored 60 goals.

What an incredible season for Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid.

Tune in tomorrow for the first part of my comprehensive, week-long season review of the 2011-2012 La Liga season.

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