Football Upsets

JamieEcfc

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Been quite a few shake ups at the top of the tables around Europe, especially since the start of the pandemic.

So was hoping this could be a recurring thread for all underdog/shift in power stories around the footballing world

Premier League - Liverpool's first title since 1989-90 season
Serie A - Inter Milan stop Juventus' 10 in a row - Juventus
Scottish Premier League - Rangers stop Celtic's 10 in a row
Welsh Premier League - Connah's Quay break The New Saints title streak (8) with back to back titles now
Portugese Super Liga - Sporting Lisbon first title since 2001/02
Turkish Süper Lig - Beşiktaş winning the league again, last title 2016/17, closing in on 2nd place in Turkey's all time league titles
 
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JamieEcfc

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Serie A - Juventus could also be without Champions League for the first time since the 2011/12 season
Ligue 1 - Lille could/should be beating PSG to a title, their first since 2010/11 and 4th in total.
LA Liga - Atletico Madrid could/should be beating the El Classico teams to a title this season.
 

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Club Bruges won the Belgian league. They were very nearly overtaken by Genk, who were ten points behind at the end of the regular season, but after a four team playoff finished on the same points and with a better goal difference but lost out because of their inferior regular season tally. Complicated eh.
Anderlecht were nowhere.
 
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