Bayern Munich have overcome Paris Saint-Germain to win 2020 UEFA Champions League in an entertaining final in Portugal.
As expected the final of this year’s UEFA Champions League brought its excitement
as two of the biggest team in Europe face each other in final.
Both teams went into the match full of confidence with Bayern Munich beating
Barcelona in the quarter final before overcoming Lyon in the semifinal, a team
who had eliminated Manchester City.
Paris Saint-Germain on it’s part overcame Atlanta and RB Leipzig to reach their first
final in the history of the club.
The match started in a way fans would have expected as both teams attacked
Lewandowski struck the cross bar and Manuel Neuer kept Neymar and Mbappe
from scoring as the first half went goalless.
The second half started in similar manner as both teams went in search of that crucial goal.
However, Kingsley Coman had the final say when he nodded in Joshua Kimmich cross
to give the German Champion their sixth Champions League cup as
they remain unbeaten in 2020.
Bayern sixth UEFA Champions League trophy finally came seven years after they
beat Borussia Dortmund to win their fifth.
Paris Saint-Germain will now have to wait for at least another season before they break the dead luck.