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Malmo Malmo
Malmo won their 21st Allsvenskan title and the first one after 2017. It was a well deserved title as they were the most consistent team throughout the season and especially after July. At the end they won the title with 60 points, meaning an average of 2 points per game, and that's only the penultimate record of points per game for a title winner for the recent 12 years in Sweden, showing again how strange this season was. Malmo relied on their attacking performance as they had the best scoring performance of the league with 64 goals scored with two players scoring more than 13 goals each (Thelin 14 goals and Anders Christiansen 13). They had also the second best defensive efficiency as they have conceded 30 goals while Hacken had conceded one less. Anders Christiansen with 13 goals and 3 assists was a key player for the team, but he had of course plenty of help from other players like Thelin, Toivonen and Rieks. It was a very good season for Malmo and they achieved their target to win the title, heading to the Champions League Qualifiers.
It was a succesful season for Elfsborg as they ended up in the second place of Allsvenskan. They created many records though as they were the team with the least number of losses this season -only 3- while even the champions Malmo had 4 losses. Also they had more draws than every other team in the league. They were drawn 15 times, meaning that half of their matches ended in a draw. Their real strength was their performance on the road as they ended up in the first place taking into account only away matches as they have lost only twice in 15 matches and they gathered in total 25 points (Malmo got 23 points). Jesper Karlsson was clearly the star of the team and, despite leaving with a transfer to AZ Alkmaar, he remained the top scorer of the team with 11 goals in 22 matches this season. Also this season, Elsborg proceeded to other important achievements as the win in Gothenburg (the first one since 2003), their first win at home over Malmo since 2012. As a result they ended up second and they got a ticket for European Competitions next year. So the season can be defined as pretty succesful.
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Philadelphia Union Philadelphia Union
Philadelphia Union had a mixed end to a historical campaign that saw them lift their first major trophy as an MLS franchise, winning the Supporters' Shield but were unable to make it beyond the first round in the playoffs. After a mixed start to the regular season, Philadelphia hit their stride in the MLS is Back tournament where they picked up seven points in the group stage before making it to the semifinals where they lost to eventual winners Portland Timbers. Philadelphia carried their form over to the regular league season where they slowly consolidated their place at the top of the Eastern Conference standings backed by an excellent home record, ending the truncated campaign by lifting the Supporters' Shield after some confusion on whether the trophy will be awarded this season. Santos enjoyed a breakout campaign for Philadelphia, ending the season as the top scorer with 11 goals, but it was Aaronson's performances that were key to their surge up the table and the midfielder capped off a memorable campaign by securing a move to Europe. While their playoffs campaign was a disaster, coach Jim Curtin will nevertheless be proud of how the season went and will be looking forward to building on it next season, though they will need to bring in replacement for the departing Aaronson.
Toronto FC
Not a succesful season for the Canadians who saw their team being eliminated by the newcomers Nashville too early in the playoff stage despite they had a pretty good regular season. Toronto finished second overall in the MLS standings for the regular season despite they played their home games in East Hartford due to Canadian COVID-19 quarantine rules. That was a major disadvantage for the team and finally they didn't achieve to balance it. Pozuelo was extraordinary for one more year and he was awarded the MLS MVP honour. Akinola had a great season as well, while Altidore faced injury problems for some time and couldn't help on the same way he was doing the previous seasons. Toronto tried to play a ball possession style of play but they exited too early in the playoffs. In any case it was a very strange season due to the pandemic and for sure it wasn't easy for Toronto to play all their home matches away from their home. Of course Toronto has to focus now on the Canadian Championship where they will face Forge and the winner will get a ticket to CONCACAF Champions League, an important target as well for them.



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