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La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Eredivisie... How it finished on the continent


More Bayern Munich control, the fall of Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona's return to the top, the 2014/15 season on the continent has been a mix of dominance and demise.

Here, we round up how La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Eredivisie finished, including top scorers, assists, clean sheets and those all-important Champions League and Europa League qualifiers. 


Barcelona players celebrate with the La Liga trophy
Image: Barcelona players celebrate with the La Liga trophy

Champions: Barcelona

Champions League: Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Valencia (qualifying)

Europa League: Sevilla (Europa League final to come), Villarreal (qualifying)

Relegated: Eibar, Almeria, Cordoba

Promoted: Real Betis, Girona (Gijon, Las Palmas, Valladolid, Zaragoza in play-off)

Average goals per game: 2.66

Top goalscorers

1 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 48

2 Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 43

3 Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid) and Neymar (Barcelona) 22

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates
Image: Cristiano Ronaldo finished top scorer in La Liga with 48 goals, two short of Lionel Messi's record


1 Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 18

2 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 16

3 Luis Suarez (Barcelona) 14

Clean sheets

1 Claudio Bravo (Barcelona) 23

2 Sergio Asenjo (Villarreal) 15

3 Kiko Casilla (Espanyol) and Diego Alves (Valencia) 13

Copa del Rey: Barcelona

Did you know? Neymar, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez scored 117 goals between them in all competitions, more than the bottom three clubs combined in La Liga.


Bayern Munich celebrate with the Bundesliga trophy
Image: Bayern Munich celebrate with the Bundesliga trophy

Champions: Bayern Munich

Champions League: Wolfsburg, Borussia Monchengladbach, Bayer Leverkusen (qualifying)

Europa League: Augsburg, Schalke

Relegated: Freiburg, Paderborn

Promoted: Inglostadt, Darmstadt

Relegation/promotion play-off: Hamburg v Karlsruher (May 28 and June 1)

Average goals per game: 2.66

Top goalscorers

1 Alexander Meier (Eintracht Frankfurt) 19

2 Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) and Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 17

3 Bas Dost (Wolfsburg) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) 16

Alexander Meier with the Bundesliga's top goalscorer award
Image: Alexander Meier with the Bundesliga's top goalscorer award


1 Kevin De Bruyne (Wolfsburg) 20

2 Zlatko Junuzovic (Werder Bremen) 12

3 Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) and Roberto Firmino (Hoffenheim) 10

Clean sheets

1 Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) 20

2 Bernd Leno (Bayer Leverkusen) 16

3 Yann Sommer (Monchengladbach) 15

German Cup: Borussia Dortmund v Wolfsburg (May 30)

Did you know? Promoted club FC Ingolstadt 04 are part-owned by car manufacturer Audi.


Champions: Juventus

Champions League: Roma, Lazio (qualifying)

Europa League: Fiorentina, Napoli

Relegated: Cagliari, Cesena, Parma

Promoted: Carpi, Frosinone

Promotion play-off: One of Bologna, Avellino, Vicenza and Pescara

Paul Pogba celebrates scoring for Juventus against Sassuolo
Image: Paul Pogba celebrates scoring for Juventus against Sassuolo

Average goals per game: 2.69

Top goalscorers

1 Mauro Icardi (Inter) and Luca Toni (Verona) 22

2 Carlos Tevez (Juventus) 20

3 Gonzalo Higuain (Napoli) 18


1 Marek Hamsik (Napoli), Paulo Dybala (Palermo), Franco Vazquez (Palermo), Miralem Pjanic (Roma), Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo) 10

Clean sheets

1 Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus) 18

2 Morgan De Sanctis (Roma) 16

3 Albano Bizzarri (Verona) 13

Italian Cup: Juventus

Did you know? Promoted Serie B club Carpi were playing in Italy’s fifth division in 2009


Paris Saint-Germain's Swedish midfielder Zlatan Ibrahimovic (L) reacts next to Paris Saint-Germain's Uruguyan forward Edinson Cavani (R) after scoring
Image: PSG won the Ligue 1 title by eight points from Lyon

Champions: PSG

Champions League: Lyon, Monaco (qualifying)

Europa League: Marseille, Saint-Etienne (both qualifying)

Relegated: Evian, Metz, Lens

Promoted: Troyes, Ajaccio, Angers

Average goals per game: 2.45

Top goalscorers

1 Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) 27

2 Andre-Pierre Gignac (Marseille) 21

3 Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG) 19

Lyon's French forward Alexandre Lacazette
Image: Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette has taken Ligue 1 by storm over the past two seasons


1 Dimitri Payet (Marseille) 17

2 Javier Pastore (PSG) 12

3 Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco (Monaco) 10

Clean sheets

1 Danijel Subasic (Monaco) 20

2 Stephane Ruffier (Saint-Etienne) 18

3 Anthony Lopes (Lyon) and Benoit Costil (Stade Rennais) 15

League Cup: PSG

French Cup: PSG

Did you know? Marseille manager Marcelo Bielsa has normally set his team out in a 3-3-3-1 formation this season.


EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS - DECEMBER 17:  Luuk de Jong of PSV Eindhoven celebrates scoring his teams first goal of the game with team mates during the
Image: PSV finished 17 points ahead of Ajax in the Eredivise title race

Champions: PSV

Champions League: Ajax (qualifying)

Europa League: Groningen, Alkmaar (qualifying)

Europa League play-off: Heerenveen v Vitesse (May 28 and May 31)

Relegated: Dordrecht

Relegation/promotion play-off: De Graafschap v Volendam and NAC Breda v Roda (both May 28 and 31)

Promoted: Nijmegen

Average goals per game: 3.09

Top goalscorers

1 Memphis Depay (PSV) 22

2 Luuk de Jong (PSV) 20

3 Michael de Leeuw (Groningen) and Michiel Kramer (AD Haag) 17

Memphis Depay in action for PSV Eindhoven
Image: Memphis Depay, top scorer in Eredivisie, will be at Manchester United next season


1 Hakim Ziyech (Twente) 16

2 Jetro Willems (PSV) 13

3 Mark Uth (Heerenveen), Luuk de Jong (PSV) and Luciano Narsingh (PSV) 10

Clean sheets

1 Jeroen Zoet (PSV) and Jasper Cillessen (Ajax) 12

2 Kenneth Vermeer (Ajax and Feyenoord) 10

3 Esteban (Alkmaar), Warner Hahn (Feyenoord and Zwolle) and Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Heerenveen) 9

Dutch Cup: Groningen

Did you know? PSV Eindhoven supporters launched a passionate protest against the introduction of Wi-Fi at the Philips Stadion in the season.

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