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Records fall like a deck of cards as Bayern’s juggernaut ends with an UCL trophy

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Bayern Munich got their sixth Champions League trophy courtesy of a brilliant Kingsley Coman header as PSG were left to rue an opportunity lost.

The final saw a solitary goal by Bayern and a plethora of missed chances from both sides. However, that solitary goal was more than enough to help  Bayern Munich complete perhaps the most dominant Champions League campaign of all time.

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Here’s a look at some of the records that trembled in the wake of this juggernaut

11 wins to seal off the campaign:

The Munich club became the first team in the history of UCL to have a 100% win record courtesy of their 11 consecutive wins.

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Most successive wins

11 Bayern(2019–20)
 Bayern (2013)
10 Real Madrid(2014-15)
9 Barcelona (2014–15)
 Barcelona (2002/03)
8 Dortmund (1996–97)

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A second treble in 7 years

This is Bayern Munich’s second treble in seven years, having achieved the same feat in 2013. Hansi flick has surely written his name in record books after he became only the sixth manager to complete the European treble joining the likes of Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Luis Enrique, and Bayern’s own Jupp Heynckes.

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Bundesliga Winners also became just the third side after Barcelona and FC Porto to have two European trebles to their name.

1. Celtic (1966/67)

2. Ajax (1971/72)

3. IFK Göteberg (1981/82)

4. PSV Eindhoven (1987/88)

5. Manchester United (1998/99) 

6. Galatasaray (1999/00)

7. FC Porto (2002/03, 2010/11)

8. CSKA Moscow (2004/05)

9. Barcelona (2008/09, 2014/15)

10. Inter Milan (2009/10)

11. Bayern Munich (2012/13,2019-20)

The Goal Machines-

TeamSeasonGoals scoredMatches playedGoals per game
Bayern Munich2019-’2043113.9
Real Madrid2013-’1441133.2
Real Madrid2016-’1736132.8


The German Champions were a goal-scoring machine throughout the campaign with the likes of Lewandoski and Gnabry on fire throughout the campaign and they became the second-highest scorers in a single UCL season, in spite of having played far fewer matches.

Best goals per game ratio in a single season

3.9 Bayern, 2019/20
3.38 Paris, 2017/18
3.15 Real Madrid, 2013/14
3.15 Liverpool, 2017/18
2.92 Barcelona, 2011/12
2.92 Real Madrid, 2011/12

Individual Honours

Records fall like a deck of cards as Bayern's juggernaut ends with an UCL trophy - THE SPORTS ROOM
Lewa’s record-breaking spree
  • Robert Lewandoski has become only the second player to score 15 or more Champions League goals in a single campaign after Cristiano Ronaldo (17 in 2013/14, 16 in 2015/16 and 15 in 2017/18).
  • The former has now scored in nine consecutive UCL games. Only Ruud van Nistelrooy (9) and Cristiano Ronaldo (11) have scored in as many successive matches in the competition’s history.
  • The combined goals (24) scored by Lewandowski (15) and Gnabry (9) are the most by a pair of team-mates in a single UEFA Champions League season, surpassing the tally by Cristiano Ronaldo (17) and Gareth Bale (6) in 2013/14 for Real Madrid.
  • Manuel Neuer joined the likes of Iker Casillas and Peter Schmeichel as goalkeeper captains to lay hands on the UCL trophy.


The Germans also became the first team since Man City in 2016 to keep a clean sheet against PSG in UCL.

Bayern’s masterclass

The entire campaign would surely be cherished for long times by the Bundesliga Champions with many claiming this side to be better than even 2013’s treble-winning squad. Not only did they win the trophy but they did it in a manner that would soon become a stuff of legends.

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