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Bayern Munch took over Champions league this season winning their sixth European Cup title

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Bayern Munich smashed Paris Saint-Germain in first-time finals at Lisbon with 1-0 victory and achieved a sixth European Cup title.

The German giants were favorites going into the contest and, they finally achieved a record, a full house of 11 Champions League victories this season, thanks to Kingsley Coman’s 59th-minute header.

Hansi FLick made the only addition to the semi-final line-up and that was of the 24-year-old and his inclusion proved to be a masterstroke as the Parisien, who began his career at PSG, came back to bite the hand which fed him.

A competitive and fiercely fought first period saw openings from both ends as Neymar forced a mega save of Manuel Neuer, while Robert Lewandowski saw a shot crash back off the post.

PSG’s penalty claims were ignored and Mbappe’s pain increased in the second half when he looked to be tripped by Kimmich in the area.

Before Coman eventually made the breakthrough Bayern controlled the action but failed to work out the sort of opportunities they had in this season’s competition that was so free-scoring. On the counter, PSG was aggressive, but couldn’t find a way through the stunning Neuer.

The triumph capped a spectacular first campaign at Flick’s helm, who just took care of the Bavarians in November when he guided his team to their history’s second European-domestic treble. 

As PSG’s long wait for a first title continues, it was more heartache for the French team.

Paris Saint-Germain – Bayern München 0-1

Goal: Coman 59.

Yellow Cards: Paredes 52, Neymar 81, Thiago Silva 83, Kurzawa 85 – Davies 28, Sule 56, Muller 90+4.

Paris Saint-Germain: Navas, Kehrer, Thiago Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat (Kurzawa 80), Herrera (Draxler 72), Marquinhos, Paredes (Verratti 65), Di Maria (Choupo-Moting 80), Neymar, Mbappe.

Bayern München: Neuer, Kimmich, Boateng (Sule 25), Alaba, Davies, Goretzka, Thiago (Tolisso 86), Gnabry (Coutinho 68), Muller, Coman (Perisic 68), Lewandowski.

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