Bayern Munich manager, Hansi Flick was short of words after his side won the UEFA Champions League title for the sixth time.
The Bavarians defeated the French champions, Paris Saint-Germain1-0 courtesy of Kingsley Coman’s 59th-minute strike victory on Sunday.
This a historic treble for the Bavarians, having experienced similar success in 2011-2012 season when former captain, Phillipe Lahm lifted the huge trophy. Bayern had earlier won the German Bundesliga and the FA Cup.
“I can’t say very much right now. I’m just proud of the team. Our development has been sensational, we’ve done everything superbly and even made the most of the coronavirus break as best we could.
“The team continued on their path today and bravely defended high up the pitch, which was excellent. This team just has the desire, we’ve got players with an unbending will to win. This success belongs to everyone, to all the employees and everyone who helps,” he told Bundesliga.com.
Other Bayern Munich players react
Also speaking, the scorer of the lone goal and winner, Kingsley Coman described the night as unbelievable for the club and fans.
“I’m very happy, it’s an unbelievable night – not just for the club, but for all the fans. Obviously I wanted to have a good game, not because of PSG, but because I’m 100 percent Bayern and I was determined to win. I feel sorry for Paris because I come from the city. This is an extraordinary feeling. I feel a lot of joy, but also sadness for PSG.”
The captain Manuel Neuer said the Bavarians deserved to be the winer.
“We worked hard for this and deserve it. It’s a dream for everyone. It’s difficult to come to terms with this feeling of joy at full time. We weren’t so relaxed in our build-up play, perhaps we lacked a little confidence.
“It was a team performance from everyone. I’ve never had so much fun playing with a team.”
Joshua Kimmich, who was crying after the success said it’s the greatest day of his career.
“I can’t describe what it means to be out on the pitch with this group of players. Winning a title with your brothers is as good as it gets.”
PSG paid bitter price for missed chances
Although the match at a point, was end to end of action, PSG will be blaming themselves for not at least getting something out of it. Kylian Mbappe was the culprit for missing two good chances.
PSG coach, Thomas Tuchel revealed that he had the feeling beforehand that the first goal might decide the match and it turned out to be so.
“We needed this boost to feel freer. Unfortunately, you could see Kylian [Mbappe] lacks a bit of rhythm in his game. He’s come back from injury. We showed a big fight but they scored and it was decisive. We showed the attitude necessary to win. We weren’t lucky enough.”