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Bayern Munich 1-0 PSG | Complete Highlights of the UEFA Champions League Final 2020

Bayern Munich 1-0 PSG | Complete Highlights of the UEFA Champions League Final 2020

Although the French side Paris Saint-Germain delivered a great performance, Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich won the UEFA Champions League title last night. The second-half header of Kingsley Coman made the difference as it sealed the victory for Bayern. And with that win, the German side completed the treble in 2019-20 football season.

Bayern Munich last won the UEFA Champions League title in the 2012-13 football season. But that time, Robert Lewandowski was playing for their archrival Borussia Dortmund. After his transfer to the German champions, he tasted the Bundesliga success for eight times straight. And this year, he already scored 55 goals in all competitions.

Bayern Munich 1-0 PSG | Complete Highlights of the UEFA Champions League Final 2020

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While celebrating his UEFA Champions League success, Polish star Robert Lewandowski recently expressed in his Instagram handle, “Never stop dreaming. Never give up when you fail.” The star then further added, “Work hard to achieve your goal. Thank you for your support, for believing in our abilities. We are the Champions of Europe!”

On the other hand, Bayern Munich’s manager said, “I don’t highlight any individual players. But he became the top scorer and is incredibly important to us.” He then added, “I don’t want to judge who the best player was. If the best player in the world is chosen, we hope that he will be right at the front there.”

Robert Lewandowski Enjoys His UEFA Champions League Victory

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Hansi Flick said, “I’ve not set a deadline for when the party has to stop. It’s only right to celebrate when you win something. You have to have a party and I don’t know when that party will end.” He added, “So many people deserve credit for this victory. You saw during winter how much determination we have in this team, which is obviously something you wish for as a coach.”

The Bayern Munich manager said, “It was a high-tempo, high-octane match with chances at both ends. What was great was how the team played as a lot of people wondered how Bayern would defend against their impressive front line.” He then added, “I think we did a very good job on that score. We had a good attitude out there through the team that was great to see.”

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