Real Madrid, which recovered essential players who were missing from the derby such as Courtois, Benzema or Modric, overwhelmed and thrashed Levante, which they sent to Second because their little hope of salvation was to score at the Bernabeu, something that was revealed by the all impossible already after twenty minutes, when the whites won by 2-0 and had missed resounding opportunities.
After five seasons in the First Division, Levante said goodbye like this on a night that from start to finish was a bad experience for the Granotas, a team that with Alesio Lisci has tried a cheerful and colorful football, but has not been able to compete with the necessary solvency.
For Madrid it was about maintaining the competitive pace ahead of the final in Paris. Ancelotti rested Casemiro and Kroos and with a midfield with Camavinga and Valverde he moved with a lot of energy, too much for a Levante that tried to play very open and soon became a match, very exposed to the fact that with each long ball played by the whites the Granota defense did not arrive in time to cover the gaps created by an approach that sent so many people up.
Madrid was flying, who scored the second in the 20th minute in a cross from Vinícius and a header from Benzema, who this season plugs them in every way. With his goal, the Frenchman reached Raúl's 323 with the white shirt, only behind Cristiano in the club's historical ranking.
The torture of Levante did not stop there, overwhelmed by the white roller. In the middle of a festival of chances, with three shots to the post by Valverde, Rodrygo, another player in vein, made it 3-0 with a pass from Modric and Lisci saw it so badly that in minute 38 he made a double substitution: Bardhi and Campaña replaced Radoja and Martin Caceres. It did not help him because Vinícius made it 4-0 before the break.
Going out to play the second half was terrible for Levante. Madrid came out to like it, but the excess of filigree prevented the punishment from being greater. Rodrygo missed one of the easiest goals he has had and Madrid slowed down little by little, saving energy. Even so, Benzema gave Vinícius the 5-0 and the Brazilian himself gave himself the 6-0, his particular hat trick, a shot of optimism for Paris.