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Tuesday, June 18, 2024


    All titles were crowned in the top five European leagues.

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    In the top five European football leagues, all champions have been crowned this season.

    Manchester City won the English Premier League, Bayern Munich won the German Bundesliga, Napoli won the Italian Serie A, Barcelona won the Spanish La Liga, and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) won the French Ligue 1.


    Borussia Dortmund, who led the Bundesliga by two points into the final week, drew 2-2 at home with Mainz 05, while Bayern Munich defeated Cologne 2-1 to win the 2022-23 title with 71 points and a goal difference.

    The Bavarians won the title for the 11th time in a row, and the 33rd time overall.

    Ligue 1

    PSG, who drew 1-1 with Strasbourg to achieve 85 points, won the French Ligue 1 title with one week remaining.

    Second-place Ajaccio was beaten 3-0 by Lens.

    PSG has won the most Ligue 1 titles (11), and has also been champion nine times in the previous 11 seasons.

    Premier League

    Manchester City, who had previously won their seventh English Premier League title, were defeated 1-0 by Brentford in a match last week.

    Manchester City led the way with 89 points, followed by Arsenal with 84, Manchester United with 75, and Newcastle United with 71.

    Erling Haaland, 22, of the Citizens, was awarded the Premier League’s top player for the 2022-2023 season after scoring 36 goals in 35 games.

    Manchester City will meet Manchester United in the FA Cup final on Saturday, before facing Inter Milan in the Champions League final on June 10 at Istanbul’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium.

    La Liga

    Barcelona declared their La Liga championship in the 34th week and overcame Mallorca 3-0 in the 37th week after two consecutive defeats.

    Sevilla was defeated 2-1 by Real Madrid.

    While Barcelona increased their point total to 88, Real Madrid is in second position with 77 points one week before the league’s finale.

    Serie A

    Napoli won the Italian Serie A title for the first time in 33 years, drawing 2-2 with Bologna, while Inter Milan defeated Atalanta 3-2.

    Inter clinched their place in the UEFA Champions League next season with 69 points.

    Milan defeated Juventus 1-0, while Lazio defeated Cremonese 3-2.

    Napoli led the 37th week of Serie A with 87 points, followed by Lazio with 71, Inter with 69, and Milan with 67.

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