match report as Kinsley Coman fires Bayern Munich to their sixth Champions League title in Lisbon

Bayern Munich clinch their sixth Champions League title after a narrow victory over Paris Saint-Germain in a crunch Champions League final tie in Lisbon.

A final made of two domestic Champions (Bundesliga Champions and French Ligue 1 Champions), was decided by a former PSG player Kingsley Coman as Bayern Munich won Europes most prestigious title for the sixth-time in their history to catch up with Liverpool.

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The Frenchman was the only player to make Bayern’s starting lineup following their victory over Lyon in the Semi final, replacing Ivan Perisic and he justified his inclusion by scoring the only goal of the night to hand Bayern Munich a 1:0 victory over PSG.

The victory comes as a joy for Bayern and their interim boss Hansi Flick, who joined the club in last November to complete the treble (Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and the Champions League) for the second time in the club’s history.

Bayern Munich sit joint third as the teams with most Champions League titles

In addition, Bayern Munich becomes the first ever team to win the Champions League without dropping a single points in the competition, with 11 wins from 11 games.

At the other end it was a frustration and disappointment for Paris Saint-Germain and Thomas Tuchel as they failed to replicate their dominance in the French Ligue once again in Europes biggest footballing stage, after spending huge sums of money on expensive players.

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