Bayern Munich won their sixth Champions League title on Sunday evening in Lisbon thanks to Kingsley Coman’s second-half header against Paris Saint-Germain. It was Bayern’s first European title since 2013 and capped a remarkable season in which they wrapped up their Treble.
It was a nervy first half and despite the expectation of mountains of goals, the two teams went into the break scoreless. Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Robert Lewandowski — some of the world’s most prolific forwards — all had great chances but no one could break the deadlock.
There were few metres given in the second 45 and it was Coman who proved to be the match-winner thanks to his 59th-minute header against the club where he started his career.