An incredible season ends in England while some crucial decisions await for teams in Germany, Spain, and Italy.


Manchester City

A total of 98 points, 14 consecutive wins to wrap up the Premier League title, with no last-minute slip-up.

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Liverpool were the best possible opponent of the past 25 years, yet Pep Guardiola’s men once again lifted the trophy after a memorable run of form, some spectacular football both tactically and technically, and never looking like they could be beaten in the final months of the season.

Borussia Dortmund

It’s game on in the Bundesliga! Borussia Dortmund are still alive as Bayern Munich were held to a goalless draw by RB Leipzig. The Black and Yellow’s are now two points behind the champions with one game left to play.

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The 3-2 win over Fortuna means the title race isn’t over just yet, and even though Dortmund should have probably done better in keeping the huge advantage over Bayern after the first half of the season.


The Nerazzurri needed six points in their last three games to secure Champions League football. They got half of the job done beating Chievo 2-0.


For parts of the season behind Porto, Benfica overtook the rivals and with the victory on the weekend are just a point away from becoming Portuguese champions.



A round of applause for Jurgen Klopp and his players regardless of the final result. But, inevitably, they are amongst the losers of the past weekend and of the Premier League season.

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They were so close to winning it, yet will have to wait once again. Luck, of course, played a part. Liverpool would have won any Premier League title with this amount of points bar this season and last season. The real problem was facing Manchester City.

Manchester United

The defeat in the final Premier League match day to relegated Cardiff is the icing on the cake of a horrible season. A lot of hard work awaits the club in the summer.


The defeat to Nimes on the weekend means Monaco could be the most star-studded side ever to be relegated in the top European leagues.

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After a decent run of form in recent months, Monaco are now back in the relegation scrum and will need to win both remaining matches to be sure to stay up.



The Champions League dream is slipping away, incredibly. Valencia are now fourth after Getafe fell 2-0 against Champions Barcelona, and now have to hope for a better result than Valencia in the final game of the season to get a top-four finish.

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