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Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux speak on stage after ’ La vie d'Adèle’ receives the Palme D'or’ at the Inside Closing Ceremony during the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 26, 2013 in Cannes, France.
#TBT - McKayla Maroney defends her title on vault at the 2013 World Championships
After winning gold at the 2011 Tokyo World Championships, and silver at the 2012 London Olympics, McKayla Maroney successfully defended her title as vault world champion at the 2013 World Championships in Antwerp, Belgium, with a combined two-vault score of 15.724. McKayla managed to make a comeback to gymnastics after numerous injuries, the most serious being a fractured tibia, months after competing in the Olympics. The 2013 Antwerp World Championships would later be her last competition, capping off her successful elite career as a two-time vault champion.
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this is a friendly reminder that current-season league standings aren’t an actual indication of what a team is capable of in the champions league. teams can be meh in their domestic leagues and still win the champions league all in the same season.
here’s some examples:
2013/14: real madrid win ucl, finish 3rd in liga.
2011/12: chelsea win ucl, finish 6th in premier league.
2006/07: ac milan win ucl, finish 4th in serie a.
2004/05: liverpool win ucl, finish 5th in premier league.
2002/03: ac milan win ucl, finish 3rd in serie a.
2001/02: real madrid win ucl, finish 3rd in la liga.
1999/2000: real madrid win ucl, finish 5th in la liga.
1997/98: real madrid win ucl, finish 4th in la liga.
1996/97: borussia dortmund win ucl, finish 3rd in bundesliga.
likewise, teams that win their domestic leagues more often than not don’t win the champions league. i won’t give examples because literally every single year dozens of domestic champions don’t even make it to the main competition.
so yeah anyway, maybe take the league standings with a grain of salt before underestimating a club’s capabilities of performing in the champions league. these are different competitions and success in one contest does not necessarily equate to success in the other.