The Best Football Clubs In The World 2020 (part 2)

8. Manchester City: Premier League – England

Often called The Citizens, Manchester City is no doubt one of the most prominent and dominant football clubs in the English Premier League (EPL). Founded in 1880, the club recently emerged as a top side in the EPL, following the infusion of finances in the club by the Abu Dhabi United Group, which enabled the EPL side to lure several big names to the club, which no doubt, helped boost its performance.

Manchester City recently has been on a fiery spree was involved in an intense race for the EPL title with Liverpool in the 2018/19 season, which it won. The club also claimed all domestic league titles in the EPL that season. Manchester City has won six EPL titles, the FA Cup six times, and the FA Community Shield six times. In Europe, the club’s success has not been as good as its success in the EPL.

7. Paris Saint-Germain: Ligue 1 – France

The Parisians – Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) – is the top football club in France. The club whose squads boasts of some of the most talented and skilful players in the world, in the person of wonder boy Kylian Mbappé, Brazilian superstar, Neymar Jr., and other top football stars, has won 40 trophies, making them the most successful French football club in the history. The club has won 12 Coupe de France, 8 Coupe de la Ligue, 9 Trophée des Champions titles, and 8 Ligue 1 titles.

6. Manchester United: Premier League – England

The Red Devils – Manchester United – is currently nowhere near their past records. Founded in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR Football Club, Manchester United acquired its current name in 1902. Over the years, it has had some of the world’s best players featured in its squad, notably, Cristiano Ronaldo. The Red Devils are also the only EPL side that has produced a World’s best player. Manchester United has the most trophies for any EPL club. It has claimed the FA Cups 12 times, the English domestic league 20 times, and the FA Community Shield 21 times.

Liverpool widen the gap with Man City

The 2-0 win at West Ham in the 29/01 compensatory match helped Liverpool reach 70 points – far ahead of the Man City round to 19 points in the Premier League.

This is the 15th consecutive victory in the series of 41 unbeaten matches of Jurgen Klopp’s teachers and students. This victory also helped them to record the first time to beat every opponent in the top league in England in a season.

Nearly a month after being appointed, David Moyes is still finding suitable play for West Ham. This match, 19-year-old Jeremy Ngakia made his debut as a right-back, replacing the old general Pablo Zabaleta.

West Ham joined in well, creating waves before Liverpool goal. However, the poor performance of conductor Manuel Lanzini caused the London team to lack a mutation in the attack.

Liverpool is not as dominant as usual, but each of their balls is potentially dangerous. It can be seen in the combination of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson. The Liverpool left-back made an assertive attempt to catch Salah’s cross, but his shot hit the post wide.

Before the end of the first half, the visitors also prevailed by opening the score. Issa Diop’s foul on Divock Origi in the penalty area brought back a penalty for Liverpool, and Salah was confident enough to fool goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski on the free kick.

Lanzini’s lack of volley and Robert Snodgrass’s effort early in the second half failed to help the home side equalize. On the contrary, they lost another goal after letting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain brave down and bravely defeat Fabianski. Salah has a skillful left foot pass, eliminating West Ham defenders in this situation.

Liverpool have another chance to score in the remaining time. Origi tested Fabianski with a cross shot. After that, it was Salah’s turn to hit the post with her own heart. However, the score of 2-0 was enough for Liverpool to reach the 70 point mark when January was not over. Klopp’s teachers won 23 matches and drew a match in the past 24 rounds.