It is no longer news that Liverpool – after 30 long years – are the champions of England, PSG are the conquerors yet again in France, and Bayern Munich have been crowned kings in Germany.
But while the title races in the Premier League, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga have all been decided, several top leagues and second divisions in Europe are far from being over.
Nigerian stars have been fully involved in some of these title run-ins with Emmanuel Dennis and David Okereke lifting the Belgian championship with Club Brugge. At the same time, Joe Aribo and Umar Sadiq were not so lucky in Scotland and Romania, respectively, as they ended as runners-up.
With football fully back across the continent after the coronavirus hiatus, Soccernet.ng brings you some other Nigerians who are still challenging for league honours across Europe.
Tirana need just two wins from their last five matches to claim the Albanian Super Liga and coach Ndubuisi Egbo would have achieved a historic feat.
The Nigerian manager – one of the few managing a first division side in Europe – has managed to turn a team that barely escaped relegation last season to a championship-winning side.
Tirana have only lost six games all season, winning 20 of 31 matches and 46-year-old Egbo – who won the league title as a goalkeeper with Tirana almost 17 years ago – is proving to be the best man to restore the club’s lost glory.