The Best Seasons Teams Have Had In Recent Years

They can’t… Can they? There is something special brewing in Liverpool. The Reds are going well on an unprecedented four-way track. They have one foot in the Champions League final and play with Chelsea in the FA Cup final. Moreover, Liverpool are only one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League title race, having already won the Carabao Cup.

Jurgen Klopp’s players have the chance of becoming the first English team to win all the major titles on offer in a single season. Liverpool were going all the way with no signs of slowing down. The front three got even more powerful with the addition of Luis Diaz. The defense was fortified as always.

This version of Liverpool could lay claim to one of the team’s best seasons in history. football It’s a countdown to the ten teams that revolutionized the world in the modern era.

Barcelona and the hexagon

The days of absolute domination when Pep Guardiola declared himself to the world. The former player took over Barcelona aged just 37 in 2008. The season that follows will be one of football’s greatest folklore. Barcelona won all the prizes on offer for completing the perfect six.

Moreover, by winning the Champions League, La Liga, and the Copa del Rey, Blaugrana became the first Spanish team to achieve the treble as well. 2009 saw the additions of the Spanish Super Cup, the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup. This kind of win from a single team was unprecedented in those days.

Guardiola became the youngest coach to win the Champions League. Lionel Messi broke out as a big star to win his first Ballon d’Or. The midfield of Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets has become one of the best troikas ever.

Treble 1999

One of the most famous seasons in English football. Having never won a title in 1997-98, few have given Manchester United a chance to win anything. Sir Alex Ferguson orchestrated a massive turnaround that saw the Red Devils lose just three league games. However, the most enduring part of the season was the birth of “Fergie’s Time”. United made several memorable comebacks in the closing minutes of matches.

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This was not evident anywhere else in their FA Cup campaign. Six of their 12 goals they scored in the competition came after the hour mark, including Ryan Giggs’ famous slalom goal against Arsenal.

However, the peak of the match interruptions was the Champions League final. United were trailing since the sixth minute and needed a miracle before injury time in the second half. That was when David Beckham swung in two corners causing a mess.

The first one was eventually turned over by Teddy Sheringham before the moment of “Solskjaer winning it” arrived. Therefore, the most likely treble was secured and United became the first English team to achieve the feat.

Hansey Best Hynix

Bayern Munich is one of the most special teams in history. After all, they won ten league titles in a row. Bayern completed their first hat-trick in the club’s history in 2013 under Jupp Heynckes. The Bavarians have had some lean years in Europe since then, but the appointment of Hansi Flick was a great blow.

Having come in November 2019, no one could have predicted what would follow. The Bundesliga was easily secured but other prizes were the bonus. Bayern played several close matches in the German Bundesliga and defeated Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League final.

That round saw a landslide 8-2 victory over Barcelona. Moreover, the silverware run was not over.

Bayern Munich won the German Super Cup, the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup. Completed a superb six for Bayern Munich, the first in their history.

Three in a row

Three consecutive Champions League titles? Surely you are kidding Mr. Writer! However, this is not a funny business. Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo made up one of the most devastating groups of players and managers in history. Real Madrid achieved the impossible feat by winning the coveted award for the third time.

Ronaldo led the way with 44 goals in all competitions including 15 in the Champions League. They survived against Juventus in the quarter-finals by flogging their teeth before outsmarting Bayern Munich. Liverpool stood in the final but this giant did not slow down.

Real Madrid beat the Reds 3-1 to cement their place as the best team in the tournament’s history. Moreover, all this came on the back of winning the FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup during the season.


Records may belong to others, but Arsene Wenger and Arsenal hold the “golden” Premier League title. The Gunners have accomplished the impossible task of running an entire League campaign undefeated.

Arsenal have led an all-star squad that contains three famous Hall of Famers to date. Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira were the chief wise behind Robert Pires, Kolo Toure, Lorraine and others.

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The result was 26 victories, 12 draws and zero defeats. Furthermore, they also had the most goals (73) and the fewest goals (26). Wenger was a legend for the loyal Arsenal and will never be forgotten in English history.

Inter are Italian champions again

Juventus won the Italian League nine times in a row. However, the start of Season 10 in 2020 was different. Andrea Pirlo was hired as a manager with little to no flying experience. This paved the way perfectly for one of Juventus’s rivals to win the coveted title.

Inter was the best place to deliver and they did it emphatically. Antonio Conte was nearing the end of the season before he finally won it all.

Inter had a star-studded squad led by Romelu Lukaku, the best player in the league. Conte’s passion and fiery nature were no match as his team blew up the competition. Only 28 wins, seven draws and three losses enabled them to finish 12 points ahead of their city rivals.

On top of that, this was their first league crown since 2010, so it tasted sweeter.

Hundred Points Club

It is certainly not a ‘club’, given that Manchester City is the only member. The Centurions set many records in a truly amazing season. City lost only two games en route to 32 wins, scoring 106 goals and a goal difference of +79.

This was clearly Pep Guardiola venting his anger as he lost the title the previous year to Chelsea.

They have beaten every team in the Premier League and had one of the greatest performances ever in a single season. On top of that, they had an impressive group of players including Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Vincent Kompany and others. City also won the Carabao Cup but suffered disappointing exits in the other two competitions.

the win Cajun

Atlético Madrid became a burgeoning force under Diego Simeone and had their first major label in 2013-14. Los Rojiblancos He hasn’t won a league title since 1996. Barcelona and Real Madrid have shared the La Liga title since 2004. Atlético Madrid have not been given many opportunities to break this duopoly.

What made this feat even more impressive was that the team lacked any real star. It was a mixture of veterans along with lesser known talents. A “group mentality” was central to the polishing of rough diamonds by Simeone. Diego Costa has established himself as the top scorer with 36 goals. Diego Godin and Miranda pinned the defense.

Raul Garcia had a off season while Arda Turan thrived.

Moreover, Atlético also reached the Champions League final where they suffered a heartbreaking loss to Real Madrid after extra time.

black and yellow surprise

The last team to win the Bundesliga was in 2012, a decade before Bayern Munich dominated. Borussia Dortmund was an irresistible force under Jürgen Klopp’s leadership and “heavy metal” style.

Like Atletico Madrid in 2013-2014, the German coach had a handful of players without any real superstar. Robert Lewandowski was playing his part as a goal-scoring phenomenon.

Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer, Ilkay Gundogan, Shinji Kagawa, Ivan Perisic were all vital pieces. Klopp managed to manage his team brilliantly to finish the match, eight points behind Bayern Munich.

Moreover, the season will become a double delight as Dortmund also lifted the DFB Cup.

That night in Moscow

Manchester United won the Champions League for the third time in equally captivating circumstances. The Red Devils reached the final after narrow wins over Lyon and Barcelona. The final was another great match. Chelsea waited for them as the two teams tied 1-1 until the penalty shootout. Penalties have been one of all time.

John Terry had the chance to win the trophy for the Blues, but he avoided the decisive penalty kick.

Edwin van der Sar was the hero in saving Nicolas Anelka. Another legendary night for Sir Alex Ferguson, after victories in the Premier League and the FA Shield. The top three of Wayne Rooney, Carlos Tevez and Cristiano Ronaldo were some of the best players to come together.