Newly-crowned champions Real Madrid [ Images ] beat Mallorca 4-1 to break the 100-point barrier on the final day of La Liga [ Images ] season as Villarreal [ Images ] sensationally slipped through the relegation trapdoor.
Mesut Ozil scored twice while Cristiano Ronaldo [ Images ] and Karim Benzema also hit the target as Jose Mourinho's Real smashed Barcelona's [ Images ] previous record of 99 points from the 2009-10 season.
The Santiago Bernabeu [ Images ] was given the first chance to celebrate Mourinho's maiden Spanish title with los blancos and resonated with a celebratory atmosphere to see skipper Iker Casillas [ Images ] lift the trophy after the match.
In the celebrations that followed, Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain [ Images ] indicated he may be about to leave Madrid, with recent speculation linking him with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
"They have been almost six great years here in which I have had to fight for everything. I'm very grateful to the club and I've always tried to show this whenever I've taken to the pitch, I hope everything turns out well," he said.
Mallorca needed a win to qualify for next season's Europa League [ Images ] and battled hard against a Real side who claimed their 32nd Spanish title two games ago.
Ronaldo headed home an 18th-minute opener and four minutes later Benzema finished off a swift passing move after receiving a Ronaldo pass to double the lead. Ozil produced a delightful chip for the third on 50 minutes before Chori Castro pulled one back for the side from the Balearics.
German international Ozil added his second when he guided home a long cross from Marcelo eight minutes later. Jose Rondon scored the goal that beat Sporting Gijon 1-0 and guaranteed Malaga their first ever qualification for the Champions League [ Images ].
Algerian striker Abdelkader Ghezzal scored twice to help Levante to a 3-0 win over Athletic Bilbao and reward their magnificant season with a Europa League place.
He raced onto a long ball from centre-half Gustavo Cabral to lob over the advancing Bilbao goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz on the stroke of half-time for his first.
Jose Barkero supplied him for the second and Francisco Farinos got a last minute penalty to send Levante into European competition for the first time.
At the bottom, Villarreal were relegated along with Sporting in a dramatic 90 minutes in which any two of five teams were facing the drop. Villarreal lost 1-0 at home to Atletico Madrid for whom Radamel Falcao scored with two minutes remaining to condemn last season's Europa League semi-finalists to the second-tier for the first time since 1998-99.
Coach Miguel-Angel Lotina, who suffered a similar fate last season with Deportivo La Coruna, was distraught.