Champions in Europe are determined, few dilemmas to solve!

By the end of the knocking season it can be converted into a title giving more and more the league circle that has not yet spoken their last word. This weekend we saw the triumph of Celtic in Scotland, Zenit in Russia, Crvena Zvezda in Serbia and Salzburg in Austria, celebrating their success after a fighting season while former Albanian national football player Paolo Tramezzani won the Cypriot championship with Apoel Nicosian. Among the elite continental championships, the Premier League, the Bundesliga, the Eredivisie and the Portuguese Primeira League remain open, but referring to the long-standing Zenit winners thanks to the equalizer against Grozny, has returned to be the champion in Russia after three years. Meanwhile, Belgrade’s Red Star was proclaimed for the second time successively Serbia’s champion with two first-leg matches.

A great holiday also for Salzburg that triumphs for the sixth consecutive year in the Austrian championship. On the other hand in Scotland, Celtic equalises Juventus in Italian Serie A by raising the Scottish Championship trophy for eight consecutive times. Paolo Tramezzan’s triumph with Apoel Nicosian in the Cypriot championship already talks about a qualifying opportunity during the upcoming Champions League season. Juventus, PSG, and Barcelona have dominated Italy, France and Spain, just like Young Boys Switzerland and Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia, long enough to close the title issue, but if some championships have been closed for some time, there are still some of the titles of other European championships in this photo finish.

Like in the Premier League, where the enthusiastic duel is still in the midst of Manchester City and Liverpool, which is purring the international sporting world. Less anxiety projects Bundesliga’s title with Bayern Munich counting four points ahead of Dortmund’s fans while remaining only two last games to play. Still alive the duel between Benfica and Porto in the Portuguese championship respectfully with 81 and 79 points each, as well as the Eredivisie in the Netherlands where Ajaxi and PSV fight in the quota of 80 points when there are still 180 minutes to play while three games from they have recently left in Turkey with Gallatasarain and Basaksehir who are in vain for 63 points.

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