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Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final
Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final

Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final

The 2019-2020 season of the Champions League came to an end. In the final final, the Bundesliga giant Bayern Munich defeated Ligue 1 hegemon Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 with Koeman’s goal. This is also Bayern’s sixth Champions League trophy. With this trophy, they surpassed Barcelona’s 5 crowns, tied Liverpool’s 6 crowns, and tied for the third most won team in the history of the UEFA Champions League. Before they are Real Madrid’s 13 crowns and Milan’s 7 crowns. At the same time, Bayern’s win was accompanied by a number of records, one of which is an ancient Guinness record in football is expected to be broken. The following editor will show you a series of records created by Bayern on the night of the championship.

 

Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final
Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final

1. The Champions League-winning record.

Bayern has won all 11 of their Champions League games this season and is the only team in champions history to have been able to do so. Bayern has shown unstoppable momentum since the start of the Champions League group stage this season, winning six games in the group stage, making them the only team to have won all 32 of the Champions League group stage this season. Bayern has scored a total of 24 goals in six group games and lost only five, including a number of big-score victories, including a 7-2 away win over Tottenham Hotspur, in which Bayern have already shown a strong title. By the knockout stages, Bayern was even more frenzied, facing Chelsea and Barca, who massacred their opponents 7-1 and 8-2 respectively, and in the semi-finals, when they eliminated Manchester City’s Lyon in the champions’ biggest black horse, they were not soft-trovers, winning 3-0 and eventually beating Greater Paris 1-0 in the final. So far, Bayern Munich has won 11 straight Champions League games this season, scoring a total of 43 goals in 11 games, an average of four goals per game, the best result since the Champions League reform, this season Bayern have undoubtedly become the most dominant champions in the history of the Champions League.

 

Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final
Bayern creates multiple records on the Champions League final

2. Won the triple crown twice to tie Barcelona.

In the history of the Champions League, there are only 7 teams that have won the championship in the season that year. They are the Celtics in the 66-67 season, Ajax in the 71-72 season, Eindhoven in the 87-88 season, Manchester United in the 98-99 season, Inter Milan in the 09-10 season, 08-09 And Barcelona in the 14-15 season, and Bayern himself also won the triple crown in the 2012-2013 season in the Heynckes era. Among the teams that have won the Triple Crown, only Barcelona has done the feat twice. This season Bayern has won the Bundesliga, the German Cup, and the Champions League triple crown under the leadership of Flick. They have also successfully tied Barcelona and become the team that has won the most triple crowns in the history of European football clubs.

 

3. The longest winning streak in team history.

After defeating Paris in the Champions League final, Bayern has won 21 consecutive victories in various official competitions, including 13 Bundesliga games, 3 German Cups and 5 Champions League matches. This is not only Bayern’s longest winning streak in team history, but also the longest winning streak set by a Bundesliga team in all competitions. At present, Bayern’s winning streak has not stopped because of the end of the Champions League. If it can If they continue to win in the next official events, they will continue to refresh their winning streak. According to official Guinness statistics, the current longest winning streak in international football is the 24 winning streak created by the Brazilian team Curitiba, which is the longest winning streak known to the football world. Bayern is only 3 games away from this record, and they are very hopeful to rewrite this record.

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