Bayern Munich won 1 to 0 against PSG with a goal from the former Coman and won the sixth Champions League in its history.
Bayern Munich returned to the top of Europe at the end of a literally dominated Champions League with eleven victories in as many games. The man of the match against PSG was the match winner, the former Coman.
But the other great protagonist of the meeting was Neuer. In fact, Bayern struggled tonight and not a little to get the better of PSG. The German goalkeeper surpassed himself with miraculous saves on Neymar, Mbappé and Marquinhos.
Bayern Munich nevertheless legitimized the success with Coman's goal and with the post hit by the top scorer of the Champions League, with 15 goals, Robert Lewandowski.
PSG was doomed by the disappointing performances of its stars Neymar and Mbappé. The two forwards appeared lackluster, to put it mildly, and ate two goals as big as a home in front of a still extraordinary Neuer.
Thanks to this success, Bayern have hit the treble as had already happened in the past at Inter and Barcelona. A curiosity, Lewandowski was the top scorer in all three competitions won (Champions, Bundesliga and German Cup).
The French team fell in the first Champions League final in its history while Bayern, reaching six overall triumphs, hooked Liverpool on the lowest step of the podium of this special ranking.
Second place for Milan, with 7 cups, and first position for Real Madrid with even thirteen Champions League on the bulletin board.
Good news also for Italy as Orsato di Schio made a great impression by refereeing the match with great authority. We hope that next year an Italian team will shine in the Champions League final rather than a referee from our country.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano