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Sunday Football Trends in Europe: Manchester City & AC Milan Wins League Title, Balotelli 5 Goals

These are today's top compiled trending statistics in Europe's top leagues courtesy of sofascore.

Manchester City

On this day Manchester City set a record in club history as they scored 3 goals in 5-minutes to retain their second league title in a row - the club's 8th Premier League Title in history.

AC Milan

For the first time in 11-years, 'the Rossoneri' woke up on the right path this season [2021/2022] broke the deadlock on title drought and won the Serie-A League title to mark their 19th title record in club history.

Corinthians 1-1 Sao Paulo

The most anticipated match in Brazil Brasileiro Serie A division at the Neo Quimica Arena ended in a one-all draw marking their 6th successive draw in meetings.

Daniele Padelli

Padelli on this day, made a lifetime saves in this 3rd league appearance for Udinese, putting a stop to 11-shots and a perfect score of 10.

Mario Balotelli

On this day, the former Manchester City, Liverpool and AC Milan striker set a lifetime record and scored five (5) goals in the Turkish Super Lig with Adana Demirspor in their last game of the season.

Olivier Giroud

Leaving England for Italy, Giroud led AC Milan to a title drought and scored a brace to crowned them Serie A Champions in 11-years against Sassuolo beating off competition from Inter Milan by two points in a gap.

Yunus Akgun

Hat-trick on assist along with 7-key passes, Akgun caught the eye of many and gets noticed by that performance as his best this season with Adana Demirspor alongside the bragging right as the most assists made by a player in a single game.

Barcelona 0-2 Villarreal

At Camp Nou today, Barcelona's longest holding record in 14-years against Villarreal was broken as the 'Yellow Submarines' scored two goals past them.

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