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Barcelona's 1-1 tie at Deportivo Coruna on the final day of La Liga season gave it a record 87 points and 105 goals in 38 games - two short of matching Real Madrid's record 107 goals scored during the 1989-90 season. Bordeaux clinched its first French league title in a decade when it won, 1-0, at relegated Caen. Werder Bremen captured the German Cup, while Rangers completed the Scottish double with a 1-0 win over Falkirk in the Cup final. For all the weekend results ...
 
FRANCE
Ligue 1
May 30
Caen 0 Bordeaux 1 (Gouffran 48).
Grenoble 0 Sochaux 1 (Erdinc 42).
Lille 3 (Vittek 11, Rami 13, Plestan 74) Nancy 2 (Ouaddou 41, Hadji 64).
Lorient 1 (Ciani 36) Le Mans 1 (Helstad 18).
Marseille 4 (Kone 51, 57, Niang 56, 69) Rennes 0.
Nantes 2 (Klasnic 11, Bagayoko 52) Auxerre 1 (Berthod 47).
Nice 0 Le Havre 0.
Paris SG 0 Monaco 0.
St. Etienne 4 (Ilan 13, Gomis 53, 56, Mirallas 66) Valenciennes 0.
Toulouse 0 Lyon 0.
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Bordeaux 24 8 6 64 34 80
Marseille 22 11 5 67 35 77
Lyon 20 11 7 52 29 71
Toulouse 16 16 6 45 27 64
Lille 17 13 8 51 39 64
Paris SG 19 7 12 49 38 64
Rennes 15 16 7 42 34 61
Auxerre 16 7 15 35 35 55
Nice 13 11 14 40 41 50
Lorient 10 15 13 47 47 45
Monaco 11 12 15 41 45 45
Valenciennes 10 14 14 35 42 44
Grenoble 10 14 14 24 37 44
Sochaux 10 12 16 40 48 42
Nancy 10 12 16 38 47 42
Le Mans 10 10 18 43 54 40
St. Etienne 11 7 20 40 56 40
r-Caen 8 13 17 42 49 37
r-Nantes 9 10 19 33 54 37
r-Le Havre 7 5 26 30 67 26
r=relegated.
Leading Scorers:
1. Gignac (Toulouse) 24 goals; 2. Hoarau (Paris SG), Benzema (Lyon) 17; 4. Jelen (Auxerre) 15; Bastos (Lille), Niang (Marseille) 14.

GERMANY
Cup
Final
May 30 in Berlin
Werder Bremen 1 (Oezil 58) Bayer Leverkusen 0
 
ITALY
Serie A
May 31
Inter Milan 4 (Muntari 5, Ibrahimovic 12, 81, Cambiasso 79) Atalanta 3 (Doni 10, 53, Cigarini 25).
Udinese 6 (Asamoah 10, Pepe 11, Flores 15, Pasquale 58, Quagliarella 81, Ighalo 89) Cagliari 2 (Acquafresca pen. 55, Parola 57).
Bologna 3 (Mingazzini 5, Terzi 26, Di Vaio 68) Catania 1 (Morimoto 50).
Napoli 3 (Montervino 3, Bogliacino 7, Pia 18) Chievo 0.
Juventus 2 (Iaquinta 3, 59) Lazio 0.
Genoa 4 (Jankovic 22, Criscito 52, Milito 56, 67) Lecce 1 (Tiribocchi 32).
Fiorentina 0 AC Milan 2 (Kaka 55, Pato 75).
Palermo 2 (Miccoli 8, Succi 42) Sampdoria 2 (Pazzini 45, Stankevicius 59).
Reggina 1 (Stuani pen. 44) Siena 1 (Maccarone 75).
Roma 3 (Menez 35, Vucinic 74, Totti pen. 83) Torino 2 (Vailatti 9, Ventola 88).
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Inter Milan 25 9 4 70 32 84
Juventus 21 11 6 69 37 74
AC Milan 22 8 8 70 35 74
Fiorentina 21 5 12 53 38 68
Genoa 19 11 8 56 39 68
Roma 18 9 11 64 61 63
Udinese 16 10 12 61 51 58
Palermo 17 6 15 57 51 57
Cagliari 15 8 15 49 50 53
Lazio 15 5 18 46 55 50
Atalanta 13 8 17 45 49 47
Napoli 12 10 16 43 45 46
Sampdoria 11 13 14 49 54 46
Siena 12 8 18 33 44 44
Catania 12 7 19 41 51 43
Chievo 8 14 16 35 49 38
Bologna 9 10 19 43 62 37
r-Torino 8 10 20 37 61 34
r-Reggina 6 13 19 30 62 31
r-Lecce 5 15 18 37 67 30
r=relegated.
Leading Scorers: 1. Ibrahimovic (Inter Milan) 25 goals; 2. Di Vaio (Bologna), Milito (Genoa) 24; 4. Gilardino (Fiorentina) 19; 5. Kaka (AC Milan) 16.
 
MEXICO
Clausura Playoffs
Final,
First Leg
May 28
UNAM 1 (Lopez 21) Pachuca 0.
Final, Second Leg
May 31
Pachuca 2 (Gimenez pen. 33, 78) UNAM 2 (Lopez 62, Barrera 107).
(UNAM wins 3-2 on aggregate.)
 
SCOTLAND
Cup
Final
May 30 in Glasgow
Rangers 1 (Novo 46) Falkirk 0.

SPAIN
La Liga
May 30-31
Mallorca 2 (Aduriz 36, Webo 90) Villarreal 3 (Cani 30, Llorente 40, 53).
Dep. Coruna 1 (Bodipo 31) Barcelona 1 (Eto'o 90).
Atl. Madrid 3 (Aguero 19, Garcia 27, Forlan 50) Almeria 0.
Valencia 2 (Villa 7, Pablo 90) Ath. Bilbao 0.
Espanyol 3 (Tamudo 7, 45, pen. 57) Malaga 0.
Numancia 0 Sevilla 2 (Armenteros 88, own goal 90).
Racing 1 (Moral 34) Getafe 1 (Granero 39).
Gijon 2 (Barral 58, Moran 67) Rec. Huelva 1 (Martin 23).
Betis 1 (Oliveira 50) Valladolid 1 (Aguirre 45).
Osasuna 2 (Plasil 14, Juanfran 60) Real Madrid 1 (Higuain 11).
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Barcelona 27 6 5 105 35 87
Real Madrid 25 3 10 83 52 78
Sevilla 21 7 10 54 39 70
Atl. Madrid 20 7 11 80 57 67
Villarreal 18 11 9 61 54 65
Valencia 18 8 12 68 54 62
Dep. Coruna 16 10 12 48 47 58
Malaga 15 10 13 55 59 55
Mallorca 14 9 15 53 60 51
Espanyol 12 11 15 46 49 47
Almeria 13 7 18 45 61 46
Racing 12 10 16 49 48 46
Ath. Bilbao 12 8 18 47 62 44
Osasuna 10 13 15 41 47 43
Valladolid 12 7 19 46 58 43
Gijon 14 1 23 47 79 43
Getafe 10 12 16 50 56 42
r-Betis 10 12 16 51 58 42
r-Numancia 10 5 23 38 69 35
r-Rec. Huelva 8 9 21 34 57 33
r=relegated.
Leading Scorers: 1. Forlan (Atl. Madrid) 32 goals; 2. Eto'o (Barcelona) 29; 3. Villa (Valencia) 28; 4. Messi (Barcelona) 23; 5. Higuain (Real Madrid) 21.
 
TURKEY
Super Lig
May 29-30
Gaziantep 1 Eskisehir 1
Hacettepe 0 Kocaeli 4
Antalya 1 Ankaragucu 0
Denizli 1 Besiktas 2
Galatasaray 2 Sivas 1
Genclerbirligi 0 Kayseri 4
Istanbul 0 Bursa 1
Konya 3 Ankara 0
Trabzon 1 Fenerbahce 2
Final Standings: Besiktas 71 points; Sivas 66; Trabzon 65; Fenerbahce, Galatasaray 61; Bursa 58; Kayseri 50; Gaziantep 47; Istanbul 42; Ankara 41; Eskisehir, Antalya 40; Ankaragucu, 39; Konya, Genclerbirligi, Denizli 38; Kocaeli 29; Hacettepe 22.

 

 



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