Munich sealed their sixth UEFA Champions League crown on Sunday as they beat Paris
Saint-Germain 1-0 in the final, thanks to a goal from Kingsley Coman.

With the gripping tie finely poised, both teams came close to taking the lead on several occasions in the first half. It took
nearly an hour for the deadlock to be broken as former PSG player Coman
headed in a clipped cross from Joshua Kimmich beyond Keylor Navas in goal.

Bayern’s expert game management came to the fore towards the end of the match, with the PSG forwards being limited to very few chances.

The French outfit was eventually made to rue their missed opportunities in the first half, as Bayern saw out the rest of the match to secure the title.  

With the
win, Bayern became the first team to record 11 consecutive wins in the
competition, scoring 43 goals in the process.

Along with FC Barcelona, the
Bavarians also became only the second ever team to secure the ‘Treble’ for a
second time.

Social media
erupted following the final whistle, with congratulatory messages pouring in
from fans, former players and other well-wishers of the club.  

Former Bayern player Michael Ballack took to Twitter to congratulate the newly-crowned champions of Europe. 

Another club legend Bastian Schweinsteiger said winning the Champions League is “an indescribable feeling” that he likes to reflect back on everyday. 

Former Bayern winger Arjen Robben said, “Proud of the boys! Congratulations @FCBayern and all fans.”

His partner-in-crime, Franck Ribery also congratulated his former team and hailed the efforts of coach Hansi Flick.

“Hansi you did an amazing job. You’re a great person, you’re a great coach!  What an achievement.”

Bayern’s latest signing from Manchester City, Leroy Sane, shared a congratulatory post on Twitter, saying, “Congratulations to the team”. 

Former Formula One World Champion Nico Rosberg also congratulated the Bavarians on their win. 

Vancouver Whitecaps, the Major League Soccer team where Bayern left back Alphonso Davies started his footballing career, applauded the 19-year-old for his incredible achievement. 

Davies, who was born in a refugee camp in Ghana, became the first-ever Canadian to lift the Champions League. His accomplishment was also recognised by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. 

Meanwhile, Barcelona, who were on the wrong end of a 8-2 trouncing by the German giants in the quarter finals, also conveyed their regards to the newly crowned champions.