Ronaldo sets goal record
La Liga: Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in Real Madrid's 8-1 rout of visiting Almeria to set a Spanish league record with 40 goals in a single season.
Emmanuel Adebayor scored a hat trick, while Karim Benzema also added two goals as Real routed already-relegated Almeria.
Ronaldo's second goal increased his season tally to 53 in all competitions, including 11 in the last four games.
Ronaldo and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi are the first Spanish league players to score at least 50 goals in all competitions in one season.
Bojan Krkic, Ibrahim Afellay, and Marc Bartra tallied for Barcelona, a team made up mostly of reserves closed out the club's championship season with a 3-1 win at Malaga.
Messi was among seven regulars left out of the squad to rest up for the Champions League final against Manchester United at London's Wembley Stadium on May 28.
Red Bulls tie Dynamo late
MLS: Mehdi Ballouchy scored for New York in second-half stoppage time to give the Red Bulls a 2-2 tie with host Houston Dynamo.
Ballouchy sent a header off Joel Lindpere's corner kick into the upper center of the net.
New York tied it after Sergio Koke gave Houston a 2-1 lead scoring his first career MLS goal in the 82d minute.
New York opened the scoring 39 seconds into the game on Dane Richards' goal.
The Dynamo (3-3-5) tied it on Brad Davis' penalty kick in the 12th minute. Will Bruin earned the penalty kick when he was tripped up in the box by Rafael Marquez.
Lennon, Celtic take cup
Scotland: Neil Lennon ended a troubled first full season as Celtic manager with a Scottish Cup win after his side beat Motherwell, 3-0, in Glasgow.
Ki Sung-yueng and Charlie Mulgrew scored either side of an own goal by Stephen Craigan at Hampden Park.
Lennon has faced death threats, had parcel bombs sent to him, and been attacked by a fan on a touchline in recent months.
In the Scottish Premier League, Celtic finished one point behind Glasgow rival Rangers, which won a third straight title.
Cup win for Schalke
Germany: Schalke routed second-division side Duisburg, 5-0, in Berlin in the German Cup final to claim the trophy for the fifth time.
Julian Draxler scored the opener in the 18th minute, before goals in each half from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, and one each from Benedikt Hoewedes and Jose Manuel Jurado.