Estonian powerhouse Levadia Tallinn overcame Maag Tammeka Tartu 2-0 on Sunday to claim their fourth consecutive league title and the seventh in their eleven-year history with four matches still remaining in the season.
The Tallinn side also extended their unbeaten league run to a record 59
league games. Levadia started the season with a 2-1 defeat against Flora in the Estonian Super Cup but recovered to produce 28 wins and
four draws from their league fixtures to date.
"Well done everybody. The players did their job
well. But there are some nuances we still have to work on. We have not
reached our ceiling yet. We will always have some inner reserve," head coach Igor Prins said to uefa.com.
Levadia lost their leading goal scorer midway the season as Nikita Andreev moved to Spanish side Almeria. That did
not hurt their championship bid though, as Vitali Gussev took up the baton and
is currently the league's top goalscorer with 24 goals from 28 games.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com