Paris Saint-Germain are the official champions of France after their win against Lens during this Saturday (1-0), during the 34th day of Ligue 1. With 10 titles in the elite category, the capital club overtook OM and joined AS Saint-tienne. at the top of the hierarchy, thus continuing their dominance of the championship.
A 10th coronation is in the pocket for the Parisians, following their draw against Lens (1-0) during the 34th day of the Ligue this Saturday. The year 2010 and of course 2020 will go down in history as Paris Saint-Germain, while the rest of the club’s history from Paris waits to be seen. Since the arrival of QSI, PSG has not been flawless, losing the title to Montpellier, Monaco or Lille. But the Parisians still won eight of the last eleven championships, in addition to the first two in the 1980s and 1990s.
In addition, Paris often won by large margins. This season, Mauricio Pochettino’s men would not beat the 2015–2016 record, when they were champions with 31 points from Olympique Lyonnais. But if they are at least 16 points ahead of their runner-up, they will achieve the second best performance of their reign.
all the way with the greens
A domination that is essentially reminiscent of Leonis in the 2000s. OL have “only” seven titles, but have all won in a row, where the best series in Paris stops at four. Above all, Juninho and his teammates also had a habit of leaving nothing to the opponents. In 2006–2007, they finished 17 points ahead of Marseille. Paris figures.
After leaving Nantes and Monaco (eight titles each) in the rearview mirror during their final coronations in 2020, Paris this time toppled Olympique de Marseille, which had blocked nine championships since its last success in 2010. At the top of the hierarchy, Paris had only one partner left: Es Saint-इटtienne, also ten titles.
At the time, the Greens had not compiled the title as rapidly as Paris, winning the championship ten times in the 24 years between 1957 and 1981. Last time on the team was with a certain Michel Platini, who earned Saint-Etienne for adding a star to his jersey. Since then, four decades have passed without Marseille or Lyon, each in their period, managing to do the same as well. Paris did.