Top Moments of World Football 2018.
Manchester City record-breaking year wins the double. Pep Guardiola and Kevin De Bruyne guide the Cityzens to a recording breaking year of goals and points as they edge out cross city rivals Manchester United.
Juventus wins 7th straight Serie A title, and 4 consecutive Italian Super cup. Allegri and his men found their way to a 7th straight league title and 4th straight domestic double easily and 2019 is looking to be their year as well.
Bayern Munich wins 6th straight Bundesliga No surprise in 2018 as the German giants continue to dominate their league and find their Champions League run was cut short by eventual champions Real Madrid, as well as the German cup upset.
Barcelona win back La Liga with 1 loss after crashing out of Champions League vs Roma. Barcelona remain perfect until the final match day of the year after clinching the trophy and stealing it back from Real Madrid.
Real Madrid win 3rd consecutive Champions League under Zidane. Zidane remains unbeaten in the Champions League as he makes history with Real Madrid, and becomes one of the most decorated coaches after just three seasons.
Zidane and Ronaldo leave Madrid. Zidane decides his time at Madrid is up and moves on to a new path, as well as Ronaldo leaving for 100 mill to Juventus looking for a new challenge in a new league.
France wins World Cup. Pogba, Griezmann, Mbappe, and Kante lead France to World Cup glory once again, Deschamps becomes a World cup winner as a player and manager.
Jose Mourinho sacked in his third season at united. Jose Mourinho continues his curse of the 3rd season as he is sacked by Manchester United after coming in 2nd place the year before.
Modric wins best player at World cup and Balon D’or. Finally after a decade of dominance Ronaldo and Messi were dethroned as best on the planet and the midfield magician Luka Modric lifts the Champions League and take Croatia to the World Cup final.
Jordan signs deal with PSG. The biggest name in basketball takes his talents to the football world as they collaborate with Neymar and PSG to make some of the hottest kits in the game.
Wenger finally out. Arsene Wenger was finally let go after 22 years with the gunners and the Unai Emery era began.
2018 The year of Mbappe. Kylian Mbappe burst on to the scene after his move to PSG, and lived up to the hype. The teenager went on to win and score in the World Cup, named to the team of the year, and was the Golden boy of 2018. Sky is the limit for Kylian Mbappe
What could possibly be in store for us in 2019? A Real Madrid 4-peat? Liverpool finally win the league again? Juventus and Ronaldo go unbeaten? sooooo many possibilities stay up to date with us here at TwoFootTalk and Happy New Year.