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Most major leagues around the globe have ceased operations, with a few exceptions in Europe. At this point the sport takes a back seat to safety.
Look out, Europe. Bayern Munich's 7-2 demolition of last year's Champions League runner-up served as a statement of intent to the rest of the continent's title hopefuls.
The Liverpool manager had lost six of his previous seven major finals as head man. That trend changed with Saturday's Champions League title.
Liverpool scored early on Mohamed Salah's penalty kick and held off Tottenham the rest of the way to win its first Champions League title since 2005.
Liverpool advanced to the Champions League semifinals with a 6-1 aggregate win over Porto, but the Premier League title remains the Reds' primary goal.
Manchester City thought it was through to the Champions League semifinals after a stoppage-time winner. But the goal was disallowed after a video review.
Manchester United threatened early in Barcelona before Lionel Messi took over the match, leading the hosts into the Champions League semifinals.
The resurgence of Ajax and the validation of its philosophy was also an indictment on Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus in the Champions League quarterfinals.