Ajax celebrated their third consecutive league title and 32nd overall on Sunday.
Frank de Boer’s men sealed the deal thanks to a 5-0 thrashing over bottom side Willem II Tilburg who are relegated as a result.
With one match remaining, Ajax have 73 points, four more then chasing PSV Eindhoven who stayed on track for a Champions League qualifying berth with a 4-2 win over NEC Nijmegen.
But the day belonged Ajax, their fans and coach De Boer who becomes the first person to win the league three straight times as a player and three on the trot as a coach.
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