The conclusion of the 2020 Champions League saw two domestic champions ,of France and Germany , compete in the final for the first time since 1998, and it lived up to expectation in an engrossing, if somewhat cagey, showpiece in Lisbon.

Despite having many goal scoring opportunities, PSG failed to find the back of the net and it came back to haunt them as Bayern shifted through the gears shortly before the hour and made the telling breakthrough as Joshua Kimmich’s sumptuous cross found Coman unmarked at the back post, and the former PSG winger headed home into the far corner.

Bayern were denied a quick-fire second when Coman’s inch-perfect cross was headed clear by Kimpembe before it could reach Lewandowski, and moments later Thiago Silva was forced into a goal-line clearance after Coman lashed Muller’s floated cross towards the PSG goal.

Just as Bayern looked set to run away with the final, PSG mounted a late surge that saw Marquinhos maraud into the area and force another save from Neuer, before Neymar whipped past the angle of post and bar from 20 yards.

But that was all PSG could muster as Bayern got their hands on the trophy after becoming the first club in history to win every game in a Champions League campaign.

PSG begin the defence of their Ligue 1 title away at Lens on August 29 at 8pm, while Bayern’s Bundesliga title defence starts at home to Schalke on September 18 at 7.30pm.