Potential all-England Europe Finals proves EPL's dominance
It's a debate as old as time: Which league is the best for football across the world? While several are in the discussion, there's only one that stands at the top in our opinion.
That's right, we're talking about the English Premier League. Time and time again, English clubs showcase just how brilliant they can be and that's once again the case in 2020-21.
In the Champions League, things are looking to shape out with a Manchester City vs. Chelsea final. Over in the Europa League, Manchester United has one foot in the door for the final, while Arsenal still has plenty of hope too.
Starting with the CL, Man City got a huge result in Paris earlier this week going up against Paris Saint-Germain. In that showdown, City was down 1-0, but two second half goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez powered them to the 2-1 victory.
With their backs against the wall, Pep Guardiola's men stepped up and got the massive result. Now, they can finish PSG and Neymar/Mbappe off at the Etihad next week.
With Chelsea, they also got a great result in Spain against Real Madrid with the 1-1 scoreline. The away goal was huge for the Blues, coming courtesy of American superstar Christian Pulisic.
In the second leg, the two teams will dance in London. Chelsea has a sensational chance of moving on to the final. Will they be able to get things done? We can't wait to find out.
Over in the Europa League, we have the potential of a Manchester United-Arsenal final. United took down Roma 6-2 in the first leg of their semifinal showdown, while Arsenal has a little work to do, losing to Villarreal 2-1 on Thursday.
With United basically in, Arsenal could really make things interesting if they get the job done at the Emirates Stadium. Again, if all four teams in the two finals are from the English Premier League, it will just solidify how it's the best league in the world. No doubt.