Kingsley Coman, the 24-year-old – who is nicknamed “The King” – has been a serial winner in his short career so far, He’s won 20 trophies despite playing just 193 games and has never failed to win a league title. Incredibly, he has won a trophy every 9.65 games he played.
Just before the hour-mark in Sunday’s final, he headed home Joshua Kimmich’s cross to help Bayern land the ultimate prize. Speaking after the final whistle, Coman said: “It’s extraordinary, great happiness. I feel a little sad for Paris, they’ve had an extraordinary journey and we must respect what Paris has done. We tried to keep them under pressure and they played on the counterattack mostly. We didn’t concede a goal and that was the most important thing. Paris had a great game, but so did we. It was a great final.”
Kingsley Coman began his career with PSG in 2012 having progressed through the club’s youth ranks. Though he made just four appearances for the club in two years, he still was awarded a Ligue 1 winners medal twice, and also won the French Cup and Champions Trophy, before moving to Juventus on a free transfer in 2014. During his only full year in Turin, Coman made 20 appearances and won the domestic treble of Serie A, the Italian Cup, and Italian Supercup.
He moved to Bayern on-loan for the 2015-2016 season, winning three titles — though he again won Serie A due to having already made an appearance for Juventus in the same campaign. One more year on-loan at Bayern and two trophies followed before he completed a permanent move to the Germans in 2017. Since then he has made 101 appearances, scored 25 goals, and won three Bundesliga titles, two German cups, two German Supercups, and lastly the Champions League to take his career total to 20.