FC Bayern was UEFA Champions League winner in 2013
In 2013 he was coached by the great Jupp Heynckes and footballers including Schweinsteiger, Robben, Lahm, Ribery, Thomas Müller, Neuer, Alaba, Thiago, Xavi Martinez who celebrated the treble with their triumph in the league. 2-1 against Borussia Dortmund.
Now, after 7 years, in the Bayern team there were 5 (Neuer, Thomas Mueller, Boateng, Alaba, Xavi Martinez – on the bench) from that team and the coach is Hans-Dieter Flick.
Guten Morgen, ihr EUROPAPOKALSIEGER! 🏆😍
— CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE 🏆 (@FCBayern) August 24, 2020
The man who took over as interim in November, instead of Niko Kovacs, and by December had changed a lot for the better in the Bavarian team.
Bayern offered him a regular contract until 2023 and he became its No. 1 technical leader. After leading it to the conquest of the 8th consecutive championship, it helped it to win the cup and on Sunday night at «Da Luz» in Lisbon the German team became European champion for the 6th time in its history, prevailing 1-0. Paris Saint-Germain (Koman’s goal in 59 ‘).
So Flick’s team achieved the treble for the second time in its history and returned to the European «throne». Thus reached Liverpool titles (6 successes). Treble for the Bavarians, who won the UEFA Champions League with 11 wins in 11 games!
Something that shows her great strength, discipline and the very good and organized team that her coach built.
Of course, in its great success, the first and best proved to be its international goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer, who, when needed, raised his stature.
With his smart moves he kept his team upright both in the first and in the second half in opportunities of Neymar, Mpappe and Marquinhos.
On the other hand, most of the highest paid stars in Paris, outlining the Brazilian, Neymar, who is paid 39 million euros every year, offered little.
Kylian Mpappe himself, while the Argentine, Di Maria, was somewhat tolerant.
It was found once again that teams are created and not built because someone wanted to spend a fortune acquiring whichever footballer he wishes. And this should be well thought out from now on by the owner of Paris, Nasser Al Khelaifi …
Paris, for its part, won the double in France, but failed to get the prestigious trophy for the first time in its 50-year-old life.
Great night for Robert Lewandowski, the top scorer of the tournament with 15 goals. And if the Polish striker did not manage to reach or surpass Cristiano Ronaldo, who with 17 goals in one season remains the top scorer in the history of the tournament, however, he equaled the great record of the late Johan Cruyff.
— CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE 🏆 (@FCBayern) August 24, 2020
Now, the two of them share the title of top scorer in all three tournaments they participated, Lewandowski with the Bayern jersey, and the «flying Dutchman» with that of Ajax in the 1971-72 season (then Cruyff was the top scorer of the Dutch league with 25 goals, in the Dutch Cup with 3 and in the Champions Cup with 5.
The Pole, for his part, was the «first violin» of the Bundesliga with 34 goals, 6 in the Cup and 15 in the Champions League.
The face of the match for the French was none other than Neymar who missed important opportunities to score a goal, with the Brazilian striker being sad at the end of the match. For his part, however, Alaba proceeded to the most beautiful moment of the game. He rushed to Neymar and tried to comfort him, a sign of the culture of the Bayern Munich player.
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It should be noted that the Champions League trophy won by Bayern Munich is 73.5 cm and weighs 7.5 kg. Of course, there is not much time to celebrate. On September 11th at 8.45 p.m., the triple winners will play against 1. FC Düren in the first round of the DFB Cup. A week later they open the new Bundesliga season with a home game against Schalke 04.
Real Madrid with 13 conquests is consistently first on the list:
13 Cups: Real Madrid
7 Cups: Milan
6 Cups: Liverpool, Bayern
5 Cups: Barcelona
4 Cups: Ajax
3 Cups: Manchester United, Inter
2 Cups: Porto, Benfica, Juventus, Nottingham
1 Cup: Aston Villa, Dortmund, Celtic, Red Star, Feyenoord, Hamburg, Marseille,
PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea, Steaua Bucharest
All the winners from 1956 until today are:
1956: Paris, REAL MADRID-Reims 4-3
1957: Madrid, REAL MADRID-Fiorentina 2-0
1958: Brussels, REAL MADRID-Milan 3-2 overtime (2-2)
1959: Stuttgart, REAL MADRID-Reims 2-0
1960: Glasgow, REAL MADRID-Eintracht 7-3
1961: Bern, BENFICA-Barcelona 3-2
1962: Amsterdam, BENFICA-Real 5-3
1963: Wembley, MILAN-Benfica 2-1
1964: Vienna, INTER-Real 3-1
1965: Milan, INTER-Benfica 1-0
1966: Brussels, REAL MADRID-Partizan 2-1
1967: Lisbon CELTIC-Inter 2-1
1968: Wembley MANCHESTER UNION-Benfica 4-1 overtime (1-1)
1969: Madrid MILAN-Ajax 4-1
1970: Milan FEYENORD -Celtic 2-1 overtime (1-1)
1971: Wembley AJAX-Panathinaikos 2-0
1972: Rotterdam Ajax-Inter 2-0
1973: Belgrade AJAX-Juventus 1-0
1974: Brussels BAGERN-Atletico Madrid. 1-1 (4-0 in the replay)
1975: Paris BAGERN-Leeds 2-0
1976: Glasgow BAGERN-St Etienne 1-0
1977: Rome LIVERPOOL-Gladbach 3-1
1978: Wembley LIVERPOOL-Bruges 1-0
1979: Munich Nottingham-Malmo 1-0
1980: Madrid Nottingham-Hamburg 1-0
1981: Paris LIVERPOOL-Real Madrid 1-0
1982: Rotterdam ASTON VILLA-Bayern 1-0
1983: Athens HAMBURG-Juventus 1-0
1984: Rome LIVERPOOL-Roma 1-1 (5-3 on penalties)
1985: Brussels JUVENTUS-Liverpool 1-0
1986: Sevilla, STEAUA-Barcelona 0-0 (2-0 on penalties)
1987: Vienna, PORTO-Bayern 2-1
1988: Stuttgart, EINDHOVEN -Benfica 0-0 (6-5 on penalties)
1989: Barcelona, MILAN-Steaua 4-0
1990: Vienna, MILAN-Benfica 1-0
1991: Bari, RED STAR-Marseille 0-0 (5-3 on penalties)
1992: Wembley, BARCELONA-Sampdoria 1-0 extra time
1993: Munich, MARSEILLE-Milan 1-0
1994: Athens, MILAN-Barcelona 4-0
1995: Vienna AJAX-Milan 1-0
1996: Rome JUVENTUS-Ajax 1-1 (4-2 on penalties)
1997: Munich, Dortmund-Juventus 3-1
1998: Amsterdam REAL MADRID-Juventus 1-0
1999: Barcelona MAN. UNITED.-Bayern 2-1
2000: Paris REAL MADRID-Valencia 3-0
2001: Milan Bayern Munich-Valencia 1-1 (5-4 on penalties)
2002: Glasgow REAL MADITIS-Leverkusen 2-1
2003: Manchester MILAN-Juventus 0-0 (3-2 on penalties)
2004: Gelsenkirchen PORTO-Monaco 3-0
2005: Istanbul LIVERPOOL-Milan 3-3 (3-2 on penalties)
2006: Paris BARCELONA-Arsenal 2-1
2007: Athens MILAN-Liverpool 2-1
2008: Moscow MAN. UNITED- Chelsea 1-1 (6-5 on penalties)
2009: Rome BARCELONA-Manchester C. 2-0
2010: Madrid INTER-Bayern 2-0
2011: Wembley BARCELONA-Mann, United 3-1
2012: Munich Chelsea-Bayern 1-1 (4-3 on penalties)
2013: Wembley BAYERN-Dortmund 2-1
2014: Lisbon REAL MADRID-Atletico Madrid. 4-1 overtime (1-1)
2015: Berlin BARCELONA-Juventus 3-1
2016: Milan REAL MADRID-Atletico Madrid. 1-1 (5-3 on penalties)
2017: Cardiff REAL MADRID-Juventus 4-1
2018: Kiev, REAL MADRID -Liverpool 3-1
2019: Madrid, Tottenham-LIVERPOOL 0-2
2020: Lisbon, Paris Saint-Germain- BAYERN 0-1