Bayern Munich Goes Undefeated To Win Champions League Final vs. PSG

A 58th-minute header from Kingsley Coman secured the 1-0 victory.

by Alexandra Francisco

August 23, 2020

FC Bayern Munich did not drop a single game in its quest to win the Champions League Final.

Bayern on Sunday became the first team in the European cup’s history to go undefeated en route to winning it all for the club’s sixth title with a 1-0 victory.

Bayern won the domestic league, domestic cup, and European Cup for the first time since 2013, joining La Liga’s Barcelona as the only club with multiple trebles.

The lone goal of the game secured the win, with Kingsley Coman, who began his career with PSG, heading in a cross from Joshua Kimmich in the 58th minute.

Bayern scored 43 goals in their run, capping off one of the most dominant seasons in competition history.

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