Bayern Munich Wins 2020 UEFA Champions League

The 2020 UEFA Champions League title has been acquired by Bayern Munich, ending a seven-year streak of losses in this tournament. This follows after an unbelieve final against Paris Saint-Germain in Lisbon, where Bayern Munich would acquire their single goal fifteen-minutes into the second half. It’s a notable victory because these two teams have been prolonged rivals, with Bayern Munich often losing to Paris Saint-Germain in the 2010s. This victory could mark a change that sees PSG bow down to the Munich’s.

Kingsley Coman is the direct reason Bayern Munich became victorious at the 2020 UEFA Champions League Final, with this Midfielder targeting a “Header” towards PSGs net on the 59th minute. His header came after dominating the left-side all evening, racing each end of the field at a formidable pace. An opportunity to make a goal was given to Kingsley Coman after Joshua Kimmich kicked the ball into the air, passing multiple Paris-Saint German players towards their net. Kingsley ran towards the net & at the perfect moment, headed it towards the right-hand side of PSGs net.

It’s been several years since Bayern Munich lifted the UEFA Champions League Trophy, with this victory marking the club’s 6th. What’s more notable than their victory over the finals is that every Champions League game played by Bayern Munich was won on their side. Bayern Munich stands as the 1st club in UEFA history to win all Champions League matches, with this unlikely to happen again for decades.

Paris Saint-Germain has hardly spoken about their loss publicly, with Bayern Munich’s domination over PSG being notably embarrassing for these French footballers. Paris Saint-Germain claimed they’d dominate over Bayern Munich, getting a minimum of two goals.

European Football Returning by Mid September

Footballer supporters in Europe won’t have to wait a prolonged period for their 2020/21 Season’s to begin. Everything from La Liga to the Premier League is starting again before the end of September. This quick return to contention for these footballers follows after the 2019/20 Season was postponed amid COVID-19. It meant that these men lost their vacation periods from July to September, a notable loss for many European footballers.