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After slumping to a disappointing loss in the final of the Challenge Trophy, manager Batigol was left with a choice after a tight game. Continue and hope for a 50/50 chance, or change something and take the risk that it might just work. Bayern, who had been the victors, would be their opponents once again!

Batigol chose to change it up slightly and although Barcelona conceded possession to Bayern this time around, they carved out better chances and made the most of them, scoring two goals, a thumping header from Falcao, which was followed by a pot shot from Gareth Bale, all of which meant they were cruising at half time. A reply from Dante on the hour mark brought a tense finish, but Barca held out to lift the European Super Cup!

The same week however, celebrations bubbled over into their DC Final game with Inter, and they were thumped 3-0!! With little to no chance of a comeback, Barca were left to concentrate on sewing up the league title, which was mathematically confirmed in an exciting 4-3 win at Tottenham. In 3 weeks time, there will be celebrations once again for the double!

Barca will not be relaxing though, as they still have the chance to finish the league season unbeaten!

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Barcelona's manager Batigol was a happy man this morning. After capturing his first trophy as manager, he knew that the second was all but confirmed, and it was confirmed in style in front of a packed house of 142000 fans today. A 2-1 win for Barcelona against Milan finished the season in style, signalling not just another championship, but an undefeated one.

17 wins and 5 draws saw Barcelona blitz the 1st Division, scoring 53 goals in the process. The match winner on the day, Radamel Falcao, finishing his season with his 31st goal in 41 matches.

Barcelona can and should win more trophies, cried Batigol after this triumph. They will enjoy the day, but will already be thinking about what they can achieve next season.


Player of the Season:- Cristiano Ronaldo
Captain:- Vincent Kompany
Top Scorer:- Radamel Falcao (31 in 41)

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Dodgy results and a promising season coming unglued, Man City look to have conceded the title, following a bizarre 3-3 draw against Napoli. In that same week they went down 2-1 to Inter and potentially conceded their last chance of a trophy.

The second leg then became the most important game in Man City's history. To stay relevant, to stay as a threat. Nerves abounded!

...and they conceded after just 6 minutes!

Up against it, and knowing that a second goal for Inter would kill them off, they pushed forward. 5 minutes later, Zlatan had brought them level with a scrappy goal in the area. On the hour mark, that strength came into play again as he grabbed his second of the game.

A tense finish brought extra time and tired players failing to find the net. The biggest penalty shoot out of these players lives.

Tevez stepped up and scored for Inter, Ibra answering with his first pen for City. Pavluychenko saw Buffon save his penalty while Schweinsteiger made a mess of his second.

All square as Bastos out the pressure back on City, but Suarez made no mistake despite Neuer guessing correctly.

2-2 with two left. RVP stepping up...and smashing against the post. An opening for City, Sanchez stepping up....and hitting the post in the same manner, disaster, was that the big chance?

Poulsen stepped up for Inter, anxious not to repeat what RVP had done, he went for the other side...and smashed the opposite post!

One more chance for City...and it was the new man at the back, Vermaelen, who waited for Neuer to move, and calmly rolled his penalty into the corner. Cue a wave of relief and emotion as Manchester City are crowned the DC Champions!

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After a dazzling first season, Chelsea manager Batigol won promotion to Division 1 as champions of the second division. This turn came two important matches in his second season in charge. The first was a draw away from home to Inter which mathematically sealed the Division 1 championship. The second was a dream final, the chance of a second European Super Cup in as many years, could Chelsea complete a second double in as many years?

The first leg was a tense draw in which Milan were unlucky not to nick the tie after Berbatov equalized Modric opener. The second leg brought a change of approach by manager Batigol.

Again, Chelsea went ahead through the quite brilliant Sergio Aguero, and they looked to hold onto that lead. Their resistance was broken, however, by Essien ten minutes from time and, once again, 90 minutes finished with a 1-1 draw.

A moment of magic needed to separate two teams that were proving to be equals.

It was the perfect stage for that man, Sergio Aguero, who powered in his 31st goal is the season for a remarkable injury time winner.

Chelsea then, retained the SC championship for the second reason running, their 3rd trophy under Batigol. The supporters now have the task of supporting the team as they play out the remaining three home games of the season to be declared Division 1 champions!


MILAN 1 (0) (0) (2) CHELSEA
(Score at 90 mins: 1-1)
MICHAEL ESSIEN (80)

SERGIO AGUERO (64)
SERGIO AGUERO (110)

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