A lone goal from Kinsley Coman against Paris Saint-Germain ensure Bayern Munich won their 6th Champions League title
Bayern Munich dominated the first 10 minutes with no much pressure on the defence of Paris Saint-Germain, the Le Parisian began to build gradually as they had their first break in the 13th minute.
Kylian Mbappe’s effort was blocked on two successive times as the French attacker aimed to put the ball at the back of the net.
Robert Lewandowski announced himself in the 20th minute after his effort was denied by the pole from a quick attempt from the Polish attacker.
Bayern was forced into an early substitution as Jerome Boateng was substituted in the 20th minute he was replaced by Nikola Sule.
PSG was fortunate not to have conceded a penalty in the last minute of the first half.
Bayern got the lead via Kingsley Coman in the 60th minute from a deep cross from the right-wing. PSG almost conceded the second goal as the ball was cleared off the line.
Marco Verrati was thrown in for Paredes with 64th as Thomas Tuchel aim to inject more fresh legs into the team.
Bayern Munich manager introduced double sub with Philippe Coutinho in for Serge Gnabry and Coman for Ivan Perisic in the 68th minute.
Angel di Maria was replaced by Maxim Choupo-Moting with 10 minutes to go. Alcantara was replaced with Tolisso as Bayern aim to reduce the tempo.
The game ended 1-0 in favour of the German Champions.