Books – Ahmed Harbi
Thursday, 09 February 2023 03:00 AM
Many European clubs shone in the period after the 2022 World Cup, which was held recently in Qatar, and ended with the Argentine national team crowning the third title in its history, as some clubs shone in the five major leagues, while other teams clearly declined.
The duo comes Spanish BarcelonaAnd Napoli, Italy, is at the top of the list of the most prominent clubs that shone after the 2022 World Cup.
The Catalan club is the most brilliant after the 2022 World Cup, as the team collected 16 points in 6 matches in the Spanish League, La Liga, after returning from the World Cup, after achieving 5 victories and one draw.
Barcelona widened the difference at the top of La Liga with its closest rivals Real Madrid to 8 points after 20 rounds of the life of the local competition had passed. Barcelona also crowned Barcelona, after returning from stopping, the Spanish Super title after defeating Real Madrid with a score (3-1), and the team also qualified for the semi-finals. Spain King’s Cup.
The team advanced from fifth place to second place in the Italian League after the 2022 World Cup, as it collected 13 points from 6 Calcio matches, after achieving 4 victories and a draw against one defeat.
Inter also won the Italian Super Cup after the World Cup, after beating Milan 3-0, and the team qualified for the Italian Cup semi-finals.
Napoli lost the first match after returning from the World Cup, but the team managed to achieve 5 consecutive victories in Calcio, to move away from the lead by 13 points from its closest competitors.
The team collected 13 points from 6 Premier League matches after returning from suspension, as it achieved 4 wins and a draw against one defeat, thus maintaining the league lead, 5 points ahead of its closest competitors, while playing one less match.
He did not lose any points in the Bundesliga after returning from the stoppage, as he collected 12 points from 4 matches, to advance from fifth place to second place.
Union Berlin also managed to qualify for the quarter-finals of the German Cup.