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Who were the post-lockdown winners and losers across Europe?

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Manchester City and Norwich feature heavily in the post-lockdown statistics - for contrasting reasonsWho won the most games[/img]
The post-lockdown winners and losers
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Bayern Munich were the only team from Europe's best six footballing countries to win all of their league matches after returning to complete the leagueThe return to action following the lockdown threw up mixed form from teams across Europe, with some hitting the ground running straight from the off and others appearing to have just risen from a three-month slumber.
Who were the lockdown kings[/img]

bbc.com*Teams from the top two leagues in England, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal, if they returned, are included in this table. France would have been included but the remainder of their season was cancelled. Play-off matches and cup matches are excluded.Who had a return to forget? That will be Norwich, who lost all nine of their games as they were relegated from the Premier League.The Canaries were the only team in the top two divisions of Europe's top six countries who failed to pick up a single point following football's return.
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Who scored the most and fewest goals?
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Manchester City turned on the style after the Premier League's resumption.Pep Guardiola's side averaged 3.40 goals per game after hitting an impressive 34 goals in their 10 games. At the other end of the scale, Norwich and Portuguese side CD Aves were the lowest scorers as they managed just a solitary goal each. Aves, like Norwich, finished bottom of their league.
Who had the best and worst defences[/img]
Who had the best turnaround in form?
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Cosenza produced an incredible run of form after the restart to avoid relegation from Serie BManchester City's statistics are certainly impressive - topping the tables for most points picked up in the Premier League, as well as most goals scored and fewest conceded.However, Italian side Cosenza perhaps produced the most spectacular turnaround post-lockdown. The Serie B team had 25 points from 28 games when the league was suspended, leaving them six points from avoiding direct relegation and eight from missing the relegation play-off. However, Cosenza took 22 points from their 10 matches after the restart and finished 15th, one point above the final direct relegation spot and both relegation play-off places.
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