The dominance of the Lebamune, which had been ranked first to third in the UEFA club rankings for a while, has put the brakes on its dominance. This is due to Real Madrid’s recent slump.
UEFA unveiled its UEFA Club Coeffients on the 3rd (local time) that reflected the results of its fifth group match of the 2020-2021 UEFA Champions League. Club counts are calculated based on the results of UEFA-sponsored competitions over the past five years.
There have been many changes in rankings, especially in the top rankings of Bayern Munich (Germany), Barcelona and Real Madrid (and above Spain), which ranked first to third. With Real Madrid falling to fourth place, Juventus (Italy) advanced to third place, beating Real Madrid. An abnormal signal has been detected in the dominance of “Lebamune,” which has continued since the 2018-2019 season.
This reflects the recent slump in Real Madrid. Real Madrid, which has been sluggish in both the league and the Champions League recently, fell to third place in the group after suffering a 0-2 shock defeat in the fifth Group B match against Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine on the 2nd. Juventus, on the other hand, won a 3-0 victory over Dinamo Kiev of Ukraine on Thursday.