BARCELONA, Spain -- Real Madrid capped its dominant Spanish league campaign with a 4-1 win over Mallorca on Sunday to give the champions a record 100 points this season, while Villarreal and Sporting Gijon joined already relegated Racing Santander in being demoted to the second division. cheap jerseys from china . Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring at the Santiago Bernabeu in the ninth minute. Karim Benzema scored four minutes later, and Mesut Oezil struck a brace after halftime. Also, Raul Tamudo scored in stoppage time to give Rayo Vallecano a 1-0 win over Granada that lifted his team out of the drop zone and condemned Villarreal. The veteran striker headed in a rebound off the crossbar to send the fans at Vallecas stadium in the Spanish capital streaming onto the pitch. "We always depended on ourselves," said Rayo coach Jose Sandoval. "Now we have to show our support for Villarreal and Sporting. They are both topflight teams and they will come back, I am sure of it. "Its the moment to remember those people. We are crying for joy while they are from pain." Malaga, which had made a C70-million ($90-million) overhaul of its squad this season, saw its investment finally pay off when it beat Sporting Gijon 1-0 through Jose Rondons header to secure a fourth-place finish. It will join Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia in the Champions League for the first time ever. "We knew how important this game was to Sporting, which was playing for its life," said Malaga defender Martin Demichelis. "It is a great reward for all the months of hard work." Villarreal, which was decimated by injuries this season, was in control of its own fate until Radamel Falcao scored late to give Atletico Madrid a 1-0 win only minutes before Tamudo grabbed Rayos last-gasp winner. "This is a year to forget," said Villarreal striker Nilmar. Atletico finished in fifth place, falling just short of its goal of making the Champions League. Levante beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0 to qualify for the Europa League for the first time, putting an incredible end to its historic season that also saw it move top of the table for the first time ever to start the season. Striker Abdelkader Ghezzal scored a brace before Javier Farinos added a third goal to give the team with the smallest budget in the league its crucial victory. Zaragoza escaped the drop zone for the first time in 26 weeks with a 2-0 win over eight-man Getafe. Antonio "Apono" Galdeano scored a penalty in the 58th minute and Helder Postiga secured Zaragoza its fourth straight victory. Getafes Pablo Sarabia was sent off with two yellow cards for protesting before Miguel Torres followed for handling in the area. Apono converted the resulting penalty to complete Zaragozas revival. Zaragoza played the last 10 minutes a man down after Tomislav Dujmovic was sent off for dangerous play, before Getafes Nicolas "Miku" Fedor sent off with a red card for a hard tackle. "These are moments of euphoria, but apart from that, Zaragoza is not a team, for its fans and city, that should have to go through these troubles (two seasons in a row)," said Zaragoza captain Javier Paredes, whose team was 12 points from safety just weeks ago. Also, Osasuna beat Racing 4-2, and Sevilla drew 1-1 at Espanyol. Osasuna, Mallorca, and Sevilla all finished just outside the Europa League spots. Madrid padded its league record for goals scored in a season with 121, while Ronaldo added to his club records with his 46th league goal and 60th in all competitions this campaign. The Spanish powerhouses 32nd victory of the season gave it one more point than the 99 that Barcelona collected in 2010. "Real Madrid, as the best team in the history of football, has a wealth of titles, but this team will go down in history as the team of the 100 points," coach Jose Mourinho told the packed stadium during Madrid celebration of its 32nd league crown. Ronaldo headed in Marcelos cross, jumping over two defenders to send the ball beyond goalkeeper Dudu Aouate. The Portugal forwards total of 46 goals bettered his mark of 40 from last season, but fell short of Barcelona forward Lionel Messis league record 50 goals this season. Moments later Benzema slotted into the right lower corner to make it 2-0 after Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain linked up to play the France striker clear at the top of the area. Oezil made it a rout three minutes after halftime when the Germany playmaker lifted an exquisite left-footed shot over Aouate. In Mallorcas first approach to Iker Casillas goal, Chori Castro pulled one back in the 52nd before Oezil got his double with a volley of a cross by Marcelo in the 58th. On Saturday, runner-up Barcelona drew 2-2 at Real Betis while third-place Valencia lost 1-0 at Real Sociedad. cheap jerseys . Dominic Oduro put the visitors on top after 26 minutes, but LaBrocca equalized less than two minutes into the second half, giving the Fire 12 draws already this season, just two short of the MLS single-season record of 14 set last season by FC Dallas. Chivas goalkeeper Dan Kennedy did well to keep out an effort from Oduro in the eighth minute, but the Chicago striker was not going to be denied midway through the opening half. cheap jerseys free shipping . In four seasons as head coach of the clubs American Hockey League affiliate Milwaukee Admirals, Lambert compiled a 178-118-37 record.LONDON -- Lukas Podolski scored a brace in the first half on Friday to help give Arsenal a routine 4-0 victory over third-tier Coventry in the fourth round of the FA Cup. In a game that Arsenal dominated from the start, Podolski put the hosts ahead in the 15th minute by slotting home a cool finish after being set up by Mesut Ozil. He then doubled the lead with a close-range header from a corner in the 27th. The win was never in doubt after that and Arsenal added two late goals as substitute Olivier Giroud struck in the 85th after replacing Podolski five minutes earlier, before Santi Cazorla slotted in the fourth. In Fridays only other FA Cup game, Nottingham Forest was held to a 0-0 draw at home against Preston. Playing in a steady drizzle in north London, it was the kind of comfortable victory Arsenal had hoped for as it looks ahead to facing Bayern Munich in the Champions League knockout round, while trying to protect its slim lead atop the Premier League. Despite playing at home against third-tier opposition, manager Arsene Wenger named a surprisingly strong starting lineup with both Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere in midfield -- perhaps worried about another upset after going out to Blackburn last season. And with Wenger contemplating buying a striker in the January transfer window, Podolski showed off his scoring touch by deciding the game in the first half. Podolski was first sent clear by Ozil on the left side of the area and calmly rounded goalkeeper Joe Murphy before slotting a left-footed shot into an empty net. The second came from a corner that Per Mertesacker met at the near post and headed on across the goal, with Podolski waiting at the far post to nod it into the net. "Podolski can score goals and when you have a goal chance you want him to have it," Wenger said. "He is very accurate in his finishing." Coventry was more enterprising after the break, enjoying several spells of pressure, but Leon Clarke wasted tthe teams two best chances for a goal.dddddddddddd Clarke raced clear down the right flank in the 50th but got too close to the byline before firing a low shot from a tight angle that Fabianski parried. He then hit the right post with a first time effort from just inside the area as Arsenal seemed content to sit back and protect its lead. "I know it was 4-0 but when you consider the difference in resources of both clubs, I know its a hard luck story, but my players should take so much confidence from that performance," Coventry manager Steven Pressley said. Giroud took his only chance in front of goal by slotting in a finish inside the near post and Cazorla continued his scoring streak from a similar position for his third goal in two games. Arsenals talented 16-year-old midfielder Gedion Zelalem had also come on as a substitute, as Wenger for the first time gave a debut to a player who was born after the Frenchman became manager of the team. "That is more damaging for me than for him," Wenger joked. Zelalem has been touted as perhaps the clubs biggest talent since Cesc Fabregas and was given a rousing reception when he came on. Coventry is a former Premier League club and the 1987 FA Cup winner but has struggled both on and off the field in recent years. The team is 11th in League One this season and has been forced to play all of its home games at Northampton because of a rent dispute with the owners of Ricoh Arena. The contingent of about 6,000 Coventry fans protested the situation during the game, holding up signs in the 35th and 61st minute. Arsenal had its own stadium problems, with some of the floodlights at the Emirates going out just before halftime. The game continued without interruption, with hundreds of fans making fun of the situation by lighting up their mobile phones in the stands in mock efforts to illuminate the pitch. It was about the only thing that went wrong for Arsenal on the night. ' ' '