Barcelona have secured a 2-1 win in the capital against Atletico Madrid with a come from come from behind victory in the second half.
Falcao's opener was cancelled out by Alexis Sanchez and a Gabi own goal as Barcelona played the latter stages of the game without Lionel Messi and Tito Villanova making his three substitutions.
There was a clear mood of celebration at the Vincente Calderon as Barca had secured their 22nd championship earlier in the week with Real Madrid's draw with Espanyol. The customary guard of honour followed as the opening stages of the match had a clear care free attitude with Atletico already certain to finish in the Champions League places with their victory over Celta Vigo last weekend.
The second half was where the action took off as Falcao found the back of the net in the 50th minute. An Atleti break had the Barca defence scrambling as Gabi's awkward through ball found the lurching Colombian on the edge of the box who slotted the ball under the advancing Pinto to, at least, liven the game a little.
Barca looked to respond immediately and this left them vulnerable as Atletico nearly made it two as Arda Turan failed to latch on to Falcao's through ball into the penalty area in the 66th minute.
With doubts over Messi during the week with an hamstring strain, the Argentinian limped off the field in the 70th minute and forcing his side to play with 10 men for the rest of the game with Barca making all of their substitutions before the diminutive forward's injury.
The numerical disadvantage was only a number to the Barca players as the response was immediate. A beautiful combination between Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez found the Chilean with an opening inside the penalty area, bunting past the wrong-footed Thibaut Courtois and into the back of the net.
Barca then took the lead eight minutes later as a cut-back from David Villa found Christian Tello on the edge of the 18-yard box, who's strike was somehow bundled into the back of the net. With the Atleti defence scrambling, Tello's shot looked to be off target but with Gabi having no perception of where his goal was, the Spaniard attempted to awkwardly clear the ball, ending up in the back of the net.
The result leaves Barcelona on track to reach the 100 point haul set by Real Madrid last year as their biggest rivals begin to pick up the pieces of an unsuccessful season and the eventual bitter departure of Jose Mourinho.