Matches

The mid-week fixtures in Europe. – Manchester City and Dortmund are champions.

 

Manchester City and Dortmund win titles. 
Atletico Madrid moves closer to the finish line. 
Champions League qualification in Italy and England continues.
Paris St. Germain and Monaco are finalist. 

Spanish LA LIGA
After a 2-1 victory against Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid are two wins away from being crowned champions of La Liga.

Barcelona was the only side in the top 4 to drop points in this round. The other three teams got the three points to stay in the title race with 2 games left to play.

With a maximum of 6 points left for each team, 2 points separate each position in the top four.

 

 

LEADING GOALSCORERS
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 29 goals
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – 22 goals
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) – 22 goals
Luis Suarez (Atletico Madrid) – 19 goals

Barcelona blew the lead on two occasions to drop points against Levante. The cost of the two points dropped by Barcelona could be massive in the end. Of the three teams that were leading the charge in the Spanish La Liga title race, Barcelona was the one who had to make the least mistakes.

It was a narrow victory but Sevilla picked up the 3 points from a ‘1-0’ home win against Valencia.

Real Madrid gripped second-place harder after leaving with three points from a 4-1 victory against Granada.

 

RELEGATION AVOIDANCE
Getafe, Alavés, Valladolid, Huesca, Elche, and Eibar.

A defeat against Celta Vigo left Getafe without progress.
A ‘2-0’ away win for Alaves pinned Eche in the relegation zone.
A ‘1-0’ win over Athletic Club boosted Huesca’s survival odds.
Bottom table Eibar picked up a point at home against Real Betis.

 

English PREMIER LEAGUE
Manchester City became champions without playing.
Chelsea fell to fourth.
Liverpool has a game in hand and 4 points from Champions League qualification.

 

LEADING GOALSCORERS
Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 21 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 21 goals
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 18 goals
Heung-min Son (Tottenham) – 17 goals

Manchester United losing at home to Leicester City made Manchester City the 2020/21 Premier League winners.
Manchester United played two-weekday games and lost both times. The first one-handed Manchester City the league title while allowing Leicester City’s grip on the Champions League qualification spot. The second one helped Liverpool get closer to their Champions League qualification. Both defeats came at home.
This is why we watch football matches. The league position and form won’t have predicted an Arsenal win at Stamford Bridge to do a double on Chelsea.

 

 

German BUNDESLIGA
With two rounds of the Bundesliga season left, Hertha Berlin pulled three points away from the relegation playoff spot and 5 points from the relegation zone after coming from behind to get three points from their match against a relegated Schalke.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFICATION
Wolfsburg
Dortmund
Frankfurt

 

RELEGATION AVOIDANCE
Hertha Berlin
FC Augsburg
Werder Bremen
Arminia Bielefeld
FC Köln

 

 

Italian SERIE A


The teams chasing Champions League qualification in Serie A were all on the winning end of the score in this round.
Napoli slapped Udinese with a 5-1 defeat.
Even though there isn’t a meaningful victory left in their season, Inter Milan kept their streak going by grabbing a 3-1 win against Roma.
Atalanta took a 2-0 victory against Benevento. Keeping Benevento in the relegation zone.
Lazio relegated Parma with a 1-0 win.
Juventus bounced back from their defeat in the last round with a 3-1 win against Sassuolo.
And AC Milan thrashed Torino 7-0. Ante Rebic’s hattrick.

Relegated Crontone were 2-1 winners against midtable Hellas Verona.

 

LEADING GOALSCORERS
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 28 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 22 goals
Luis Muriel (Atalanta) – 22 goals
Dusan Vlahovic (Fiorentina) – 21 goals
Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 20 goals
Simy Nwankwo (Crotone) – 19 goals

 

COUPE DE FRANCE – Semifinals
MONTPELLIER 2-2 PARIS ST. GERMAIN
GFA RUMILLY VALLIERES 1-5 MONACO


Monaco vs Paris St.Germain is the Coupe de France finalists.

Monaco did the expected and got through GFA Runilly Vallieres.
Andy Delort scored a late equalizer for Montpellier to take Paris St. Germain into penalty kick-offs in the Coupe de France semifinal.
Paris St. Germain won the toss and advanced to the final after a 6-5 win on penalties.

 

 

DORTMUND win the 2021 DFB POKAL

RB LEIPZIG 1-4 DORTMUND

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