Definitive ranking of the European power of 90min 2020/21
After a week in which:
– Liverpool have lost their record 68 games unbeaten at Anfield to Burnley.
– Liverpool lost their record 68 games at Anfield against BURNLEY.
– LIVERPOOL LOST THEIR 68 GAME RECORD AT ANFIELD TO BURNLEY.
We at 90 minsDEPR headquarters decided to collect some quotes from the best films of 2013 to rank the 15 best teams in Europe.
“Don’t treat me like a three hour brunch friend!” (Frances Ha)
Liverpool’s Twitter crashed Thursday night after his side lost to Burnley.
And yes, that was a disappointing loss, but Liverpool won the Premier League last season (their first league title in 30 years), and they won the UEFA Champions League two seasons ago – so let’s calm down. a little, ok?
It’s really good. A defeat is not the end of the world. Stop pretending it’s Liverpool fans. Woe to you.
“Don’t mind me, I’m just trying to get your attention.” (Frances Ha)
It’s hard to get Europe’s attention when you’re a Liga NOS team.
No one outside of Portugal is watching the league (don’t lie you don’t watch it you know you don’t, who are you trying to impress?), So no one really knows what’s going on in a club. Unless you do what Sporting CP is doing this season.
The sport has managed to grab our attention by going undefeated in the league this season, winning 11 of its first 14 games. Oh and they also beat Porto in the Taca da Liga semi-final midweek. Pretty.
“The rules are the rules.” (Rush)
There are a few golden rules in garm football:
– Real Madrid’s home kit must always be all white.
– Borussia Dortmund kits always have to be ugly.
– Ajax must always have the best kits in the world.
And Ajax always does. Every season, without fail.
They are also a very good football team at the moment, having beaten Steve McClaren FC (FC Twente), AZ Alkmaar and Feyenoord in recent weeks.
“Everything good in my life is because of you.” (Short term 12)
For the West Ham section, we enlisted 90 minsResident hammer Toby Cudworth:
I’m not saying for a second that West Ham are chasing Champions League qualification, but it’s an absolutely mental turnaround 13 months after we’ve been absolutely crappy against Leicester and blindly heading for relegation under Pellegrini .
David Moyes and his coaching staff have been extremely brilliant and had fun supporting West Ham once again – and I’m delighted he’s rebuilding his reputation with us, not elsewhere.
“I like the way you die, my boy. (Django Unchained)
In last week’s Definitive European Power Rankings, we wrote:
“We’re too close to taking AS Roma seriously as a Serie A title contender, but to take them seriously I Giallorossi to have to beat SS Lazio. It’s that simple. Murdering Lazio title hopes is the only way for Roma to advertise themselves as real title contenders. “
Well … it turned out that the exact opposite of that happened.
Instead of Roma murdering Lazio title hopes, Lazio murdered Roma by absolutely hitting them in the Derby della Capitale.
“My reaction is you can do it again if you want. (Blue jasmine)
If Paris Saint-Germain want Ligue 1 this season, they will win it.
Judging by their recent resurgence under Mauricio Pochettino, it appears to be the case.
“What’s the point of having a million cups and medals if you’re not having fun? How is it to win? ” (Rush)
If you asked a Juventus fan the following question ‘would you prefer’:
“Would you have preferred to beat Inter in Serie A or beat Napoli in Supercoppa Italiana?”
99 times out of 100 they would say they would have beaten Inter instead.
“Do you think it could be the night you still talk about in your 80s?”
“Well, it must have been a hell of a night we’re about to have.” (Before midnight)
This season will be the season Rangers fans will still be talking about in their 80s.
The season in which Celtic entered their era of joking and the Gers prevented them from winning their 10th consecutive league title.
“Gentlemen, you had my curiosity, but now you have my attention.” (Django Unchained)
Leicester City, you have our curiosity before Chelsea win, but now you have our attention.
While everyone admired the potential Man Utd – Man City -Liverpool title race, Leicester have been quietly but efficiently going about their business and are now only three points behind the league leaders.
We see you Leicester, we see you.
“Very good, in my opinion there are only two possible outcomes.” (Gravity)
Okay, as we do, there are only two possible outcomes for the Premier League season for Man City:
– They steal a march on Man Utd and Liverpool (and Leicester) to continue and win the title.
– They fall prone and finish sixth after some costly defensive mistakes.
For the moment, the first seems more likely than the second.
“Relax, everything will be fine.” (Captain Phillips)
After two defeats on the rebound, a smaller team would have collapsed, their manager would have started shouting “confirmation bias” at reporters, their fans would have started having collective collapses on Twitter, and so on.
But not Bayern Munich.
Bayern have just come out and have won their next two games without breaking a sweat. Easy work.
“I always thought it was the victory that was important, not the participation.” (Dirt)
Until last Sunday night, Inter only played in big games but never, ever won them. So on Sunday night at San Siro the same was expected – not because Juventus are better than Inter, but because Inter are, well, ‘Inter’.
What was expected, in large part thanks to Nicolo Barella, did not happen. Instead, what happened was I Nerazzurri absolutely crippled Juve in the Derby d’Italia.
“He would never have had this if he had stayed with me.” (Philomena)
Would Luis Suarez be La Liga’s top scorer if he had stayed at Barcelona?
Would Luis Suarez have a 10-point lead at the top of La Liga if he had stayed at Barcelona?
“The end of all our explorations will be getting to where we started and knowing the place for the first time.” (Philomena)
As it turns out, the end of AC Milan’s entire decade of exploration of the Serie A midfield is getting to where they were in 2011 – with Zlatan Ibrahimovic back as the main threat, and with their squad instead. at the top of the league. table.
“Sometimes it’s good to do what you’re supposed to do when you’re supposed to. (Frances Ha)
On Wednesday night, Manchester United did exactly what they were supposed to do: beat Fulham to climb to the top of the Premier League table.
That doesn’t sound like a lot, but do you remember the last season when Man Utd could take part in games that were supposed to win and, you know, win them?
This could be the season when the Red Devils finally get their hands on the big Barclays trophy.