UEFA Champions League Finals, it's here at, Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica in Lisbon at 21:00 CET on 23 August (00:30 am IST) and the winner takes away the European glory plus the treble and both look good as they start the prestigious finals.
PSG look to win their first-ever Champions league and they look in good form as they come into the final defeating R.B Leipzig with 3 goals plus keeping a clean sheet and a win in this finals would be perfectly matching the 50th anniversary of their foundation resulting to double celebrations. But they're facing Bayern Munich probably the most complete team in Europe right now and look determined and hungry for that title. Neymar Mbappe and Icardi who have been the highlighting trio of the season for PSG will look to end it in style and with Angel Di Maria coming into good form with a sensational performance in semis tops it up well for PSG. It's just a matter of 90 mins for PSG to get hands-on their first-ever champions league title and treble and Tuchel can now complete a historic clean sweep of five trophies and will become the first manager to steer Pari into a Champions League final.
Here's what the coach had to say, "I'm very happy to coach this team – it's fun. They're not only talking, they're delivering. We will give everything; the final will be a big match."
Bayern Munich, the strong favorites to win the league who are still unbeaten in the tournament, their journey has been very wholesome right from thrashing biggies of Europe to edging past others which led to a 19 match-winning streak. They have won Bundesliga, DFB Pokal, and look to win Champions League to complete the treble this season. Their new coach Hans-Dieter Flick who took charge in November and has done his job in a phenomenal manner and since his side has won 27 of their last 28 games, building up to the final resulting in a 19-match winning streak. Good intensity, fast pressing, and lots of possession have been the main points to their dominance under their new coach. In front of the Goal Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski look very good in front of Goal with Lewandowski scoring 15 goals season's best and he also needs two more in the final match to match Ronaldo's single-campaign UEFA Champions League record of 17.
Here's what coach had to say, "We will look to organize our defense, but we know our biggest strength is putting our opponents under pressure."
Credits: UEFA, Sky Sports