BAYERN, DELETED IN CHAMPIONS
The FC Barcelona continues being the only club with two tripletes
Published:4/05/2016 - 12:57h
Updated:4/05/2016 - 12:57h
After the elimination of the Bayern Munich in semifinals of Champions League, the Bavarians no longer can conquer this season the triplete, by what the FC Barcelona will keep on being the only club in the history that has won two tripletes
The Bayern Munich of Pep Guardiola fell deleted this past Tuesday in semifinals of the UEFA Champions League to hands of the Athletic of Madrid, by what this season the Bavarian group will go back to remain without "triplete" of Bundesliga, Glass of Germany and Champions, something that the ones of Guardiola have pursued without success during the three last seasons.
The Bavarian elimination, in any case, causes that the FC Barcelona continue being to the term of this campaign the only team of the world that has been able to conquer two tripletes in the history of the football, both in the 21st century, in the season 2008-09 with Pep Guardiola in the bench and in the 2014-15 with Luis Enrique.
This statistical could consider like a "title honorífico" for the FC Barcelona a course more, since there is not another club in the world that have achieved to be so hegemonic along the last years as it has been it the Barça. And as it can continue it being, since this season still has to shot the possibility to conquer the "doublet" of League BBVA and Glass of Rey.
In spite of having fallen deleted in quarter-finals of Champions League, therefore, the ones of Luis Enrique can be proud of the work that come making in the club from the last year and half, having harvested five titles and being about to conquer two more, marvelling to the world besides with a spectacular and lethal football in all his slopes.
It fits to remember, in any case, which are the rivals of the FC Barcelona that follow him the trail, with a triplete harvested along his history. They are the following: Bayern of Munich (2013), Celtic of Glasgow (1967), Ajax of Amsterdamm (1972), PSV Eindhoven (1988), Manchester United (1999) and, finally, the Inter of Milan of José Mourinho (2010).