LONDON — Quotes from voters in this week's Associated Press Global Football 10:
Francois Colin, De Standaard, Belgium
Aurelio Capaldi, RAI Sport, Italy
"Just after humiliating Porto in an unforgettable Champions League night, Bayern Munich celebrated their third Bundesliga title in a row. They have quality, intensity and mental strength to get out of a bad situation when they (rarely) face it."
Leonardo Bertozzi, ESPN, Brazil
"Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga title as expected, but Pep Guardiola knows that nothing less than the treble will satisfy the demanding Bavarian crowd."
Marco Monteverde, News Corp. Australia
"The little Brazilian Neymar delivered in both the Champions League and La Liga to keep Barcelona on track for success in both competitions."
Mike McGrath, The Sun, England
"John Terry has been the unsung hero of Chelsea's season and a massive reason why they are cruising to the title. He deserves as much credit as Eden Hazard, particularly after keeping Arsenal out at the Emirates."
Manos Staramopoulos, Dimocratia, Greece
"Bayern Munich has 25 championships, a record in the country and the club now wants to be present on June 6 in Berlin for the Champions League final."
Tito Puccetti, ESPN, Argentina
"Despite the physical effort, Real Madrid overcame the rocky and uncomfortable Atletico Madrid in the Champions League and Celta Vigo."
Tom Timmermann, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, United States
"Neymar's solid play in Barcelona's Champions League win carried over to La Liga, though Javier Hernandez of Real Madrid had two very good games as well, as did Gonzalo Higuain of Napoli."
Chris Tait, The Herald, Scotland
"Pep Guardiola's trousers were not the only things which came apart at the seams in Munich. Porto's first-leg lead was torn apart in the Champions League before Bayern secured the league title at the weekend."