Championship

This is how the final Championship table would have looked if ONLY English goals had been counted

English football has benefited massively from the influence of foreign football over the past thirty years or so, with expert tacticians, dazzling goalscorers and powerhouse defenders from Europe and beyond enriching the beautiful game on our shores.

Well, imagine for one moment that, in a twist like something out of 'Avengers: Infinity War', non-English goals just disappeared. Here's how the Championship would have ended up, ranked from bottom to top...

What a shocker to open with! Yes, fabulous Fin Teemu Pukki's 28 goals were crucial for Norwich last season, and with only English goals counting, they'd have won just three games

1. 1st- 24th Norwich City

What a shocker to open with! Yes, fabulous Fin Teemu Pukki's 28 goals were crucial for Norwich last season, and with only English goals counting, they'd have won just three games
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No change here for Bolton, who just couldn't seem to score goals last season.

2. 23rd-23rd - Bolton Wanderers

No change here for Bolton, who just couldn't seem to score goals last season.
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No Neal Maupay, no party, it seems! Take the Frenchman's 22 goals away and they'd be relegated.

3. 15th-22nd Brentford

No Neal Maupay, no party, it seems! Take the Frenchman's 22 goals away and they'd be relegated.
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The Owls hang on by the skin of their teeth here, who relied heavily on Scotsman Steven Fletcher and Portguese ace Joao.

4. 12th 21st - Sheffield Wednesday

The Owls hang on by the skin of their teeth here, who relied heavily on Scotsman Steven Fletcher and Portguese ace Joao.
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