Arsenal's victory in the FA Cup came at the expense of Chelsea, who won it in the final match of the competition, two goals to one, on Saturday, to strengthen in 2020 the uprising of teams absent from titles a while ago.
Despite the troubles that football has faced due to the Corona pandemic, the return of competitions in most of the world’s leagues has given many European teams a smile after the titles have abstained from them for many years, led by Liverpool, who regained the title Premier, after 30 lean years, while Real Madrid managed to break the monopoly of its traditional rivals Barcelona, and snatch the Spanish league title.
The awakening of the absentees from the titles sent a positive message to many clubs that hope to break their contract with some titles, especially the continental ones, such as Manchester City, who dreams of the first continental title for the old lady, and the Egyptian Al-Ahly, who refrained from the Champions League title for his nine-year successive championship.
Arsenal has shined brilliant since the return from the halt imposed by the new Coruna virus, as it succeeded in excluding Manchester City from the semi-finals of the Federation Cup, and it had won the Premier League champions Liverpool.
At the end of the day, the Gunners managed to crown the Confederation Cup for the 14th time in its history, consolidating its position as the most clubs in England to achieve the title by two teams with Manchester United.
With this victory, Spanish coach Mikel Arteta achieved his first title with Arsenal since receiving the mid-season coaching role, to return him to the podium and secure a seat in the European League.
The global epidemic broke off life in England and led to the suspension of the Premier League League for three months, during which the Red fans took a nervous wait to see how the season would end with some early suggestions threatening their wonderful season full of records.
Fortunately for them, this was not achieved, and the activity returned to enable the team to maintain its amazing season, culminating in the title after an absence of 30 years.
This is Liverpool's 19th Premier League title in its history, after its last title was the 1989-1990 season.
Although Real Madrid has shed continental in the last decade, it has suffered the knot of Barca dominating domestically the Liga.
In fact, the club’s royal titles were less than the Champions League titles, since he won the Spanish league only three times in nine years.
But he starred in Europe when he won the Champions League three times in a row under Zinedine Zidane, who managed to break the knot and win the title Barca won in the past two seasons, and the French coach proved that he is not just a lucky coach, and he proved that he could be a champion in the absence of Ronaldo .
Two titles for Zamalek
The "Black" month of February, as the Zamalek fans called it, turned into a month of accomplishments and championships, in which the Egyptian club was crowned with two titles, one continental and the other local, when it won the African Super title at the expense of Esperance, who won it 3 / 1, to earn the continental title 17 years after his last title in 2003.
The local super title also smiled at Zamalek when he beat Al-Ahly in their match in Abu Dhabi, with a penalty shootout after a draw in the original time negatively, so Zamalek also won this title, which has been waiting for him since 2017.
• Spanish coach Artita has won his first title with Arsenal since he took on the team coaching job.