Man City: Triple-Crown Loading 👑

After a dominant season, Man City is one win away from the English version of a triple-crown: Premiere League title, FA Cup title and Champions League title. It would be the first UCL win in the club's history, with Inter Milan standing in their way this Saturday. Who you got? ⚽️ (2 min read)

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Champions League Finals

For the last ten years, Man City has been the most dominant soccer team in the world. In 2008, the Abu Dhabi United Group, headed by the deputy prime minister of Dubai and billionaire Sheikh Mansour, bought the English club for roughly $330M. Since then, Man City has spent over $2.5B on transfer fees and has dominated the Premiere League 💪

After clinching another regular season title just a few weeks ago, Man City continued their near perfect season with a 2-1 FA Cup finals win vs. rival Man U this past Saturday. This was the fastest goal scored in the event’s history 👇

Prized transfer Erling Haaland, who is only 22 years old, had one of the best seasons in recent Premiere League history, finishing with the most goals in the league by a whopping six. In 38 games he scored 36 goals, and has added another 12 goals in nine UCL matches entering Saturday’s finals 🥵

For all their success as a club, the one trophy Man City is missing in this dominant decade is a Champions League win. Two years ago, City lost their first finals berth vs. Chelsea, and last year they fell to Real Madrid the semis. But this time around feels different, as they enter Saturday’s matchup vs. Inter Milan as a solid favorite. A win would give them the triple-crown of soccer (aka a treble): Premiere League title, FA Cup title, Champions League title 👑

Standing in their way is the dangerous trio of Lautaro Martínez, who finished second in goals scored in the Serie A, Romelu Lukaku and Edin Dzeko. Inter had a relatively easy path to the finals, beating Benfica and AC Milan, compared to City’s wins over Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. Either way, expect this game to be a fun one, with a lot on the line for Man City 👀

  • Regulation Moneyline: Man City -220, Tie +550, Inter Milan +360

  • To Lift The Cup: Man City -450, Inter Milan +350

  • O/U: 2.5 Goals

  • When: Saturday June 10th at 3PM EST in Istanbul

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Trivia Question: For the fifth year in a row, we will not have a repeat Champions League winner? When was the last time someone won back-to-back titles?

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For My Parlay Gurus

I have a feeling this is going to be a one goal game, but I like Man City to get it done in 90 minutes. Inter Milan hasn’t faced a team this good in a while, so even keeping the game close will be an impressive feat. Plus, give me the walking bucket Erling Haaland to score at some point. Wish us luck 👇

  • Man City Regulation ML vs. Inter Milan: -220

  • Erling Haaland Anytime Goal Scorer: +240

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Trivia Answer: Real Madrid won back-to-back Champions League titles from 2017-2019 (full list of winners here)

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