Bayern 1-0 PSG: Bayern disengage PSG engine, win Champions League

Bayern Munich beat PSG 1-0 to win sixth UEFA Champions League title, as boyhood PSG fan Kingsley Coman scored for the Bundesliga champions.

Bayern 1-0 PSG Bayern disengage PSG engines, win Champions League

Bayern Munich managed to beat PSG in the Champions League final earlier today.

Kingsley Coman scored the only goal of the game in the second half.

Although the French outfit had their chances to score, they failed to convert.

Bayern Munich did well to protect their lead and grind out the result in the end.

The Germans have now won the Champions League for the sixth time, and they are level with Premier League champions Liverpool in the winners’ rankings. Only Real Madrid (13) and AC Milan (7) have won Champions League on more occasions.

PSG made a bright start to the game, and the likes of Neymar and Mbappe troubled the German side on the counter-attack.

However, the German side played astonishingly disciplined football to completely disengage the Neymar and PSG players. All the PSG forwards missed easy chances, and PSG paid the price for that eventually.

Meanwhile, Manuel Neuer put on a splendid display for the Germans once again, when his team needed him the most.

The experienced keeper was a brick wall for Bayern Munich tonight, and he managed to deal with everything PSG threw at him.

That said, Thiago was probably the best player on the pitch today. The Spaniard ran the show from the midfield.

The French outfit could have been awarded a penalty in the second half when Kylian Mbappe was brought down, but the referee decided to wave away the protests.

In the end, it was a deserved win for the German champions, and they have now completed a treble this season.

Hansi Flick will be proud of his team’s performance tonight, and it will be interesting to see how Thomas Tuchel’s side bounce back from this disappointment next year.

The French outfit have spent nearly a billion euros to win the Champions League, but they are yet to succeed.