Ligue 1: After their 10th title, what is the place for PSG compared to the greats of Europe?

This Saturday saw the 10th time in its history in Ligue 1, the highest ever record in French football tied with Saint-इटtienne in Paris, now sanctified. But Parisians still have a long way to go if they want to be compared with other giants from the major European championships.

On the home scene, Paris Saint-Germain dealt a double blow by winning their tenth French Championship title against Lens (1-1) this Saturday: overtaking their intimate foe Marseille (nine crowns) and joining at the top of Saint-tienne . hierarchy. A national consecration that allows the Parisian club to establish itself even more so as a great European, although its desire for the Champions League remains unfulfilled.

But compared to the other major championships, Paris is still a tom thumb – and much smaller than all the clubs mentioned below, it should be noted – where the ogres of the old continent devoured everything in their path in their respective leagues. Huh.

in Germany, Bayern and others

A simple reading of its records, the Bundesliga appears to be the most unbalanced championship of the five major European championships. Superpower with 32 titles Bayern Munich Achieves a true solo rider on the national charts, and has done so for many years. And it is not its overwhelming dominance in the 21st century, only timidly challenged by Borussia Dortmund (2002, 2011, 2012), Stuttgart (2007), Volsberg (2009) and Werder Bremen (2004), the gap between Munich Should be covered quickly. residents and the rest of the German world. They validated this season for their 10th consecutive title, where Paris has 10 in its entire history. FC Nuremberg (9) are ahead of Dortmund (8) on the podium.

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In Italy, a trip for three

Beyond the Alps, Italy is at Boots Juventus TorinoWho has won almost twice as many titles as his first chaser: 36, 19 overinter Milan, The most enthusiastic Tifosi Bianconeri will tell you that the Old Lady also has 38 Serie A, not holding the rigors of the two Scudetti of 2005 and 2006 were withdrawn for a match-fixing scandal that saw the club return to Serie B Inter. who took advantage of this in 2005–06 to be crowned on the green carpet, almost twice as many national titles as Paris, such asAC Milan (18), which completes the podium of the three Italian giants. Fourth, Genoa is far behind (9).

In England, the Red-Reds pair far ahead

If Manchester City have regularly won the coveted Premier League title since the club moved under the Emirati flag in 2008 (5 times), the Citizens look like the new rich on the scale of an English championship they have won. 7 times in total. And so the city of the recent citadel. Manchester’s “other club” is the one that has been crowned most regularly in this period, taking the place of the most historic Mancunian team, Manchester United, The Red Devils, particularly under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson, set the most impressive record of the Kingdom (20 titles). yet they are only a small head forward liverpool (19), super-dominant in the 70s and 80s. It has been almost twenty years since Arsenal won the domestic trophy, but still more sacred than PSG (13). Everton (9) comes between the Gunners and City.

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In Spain, the fierce Real-Barca rivalry

Bayern unbalance the debates in Germany as much as the Real-Barca pairing in Spain. A “lone rider in two” that the two intimate rivals of football beyond the Pyrenees have been leading since the beginning of La Liga. real madrid is at 34, soon to be 35, FC Barcelona At 26, leaving only crumbs in his wake. In the 21st century, only Atlético de Madrid (2014, 2021) and Valencia (2002, 2004) would have managed to challenge their massive supremacy. The Colconeros are the most successful team behind the monstrous duo (11 coronations). Between them, Real and Barca have won six times more leagues than Paris.

Romain Davau The Indian Paper Journalist

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