- Bayern Munich overcome PSG to be crowned Champions League winners
- The German League champions joined the exclusive rights of clubs with 500 UCL goals
- They also went ahead to win the title without losing a single game
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Bayern Munich are European champions for the sixth time following their 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League final at the Estadio da Luz on Sunday, August 23.
Kingsley Coman scored the only goal of the meeting just one minute before the hour mark after heading the ball beyond Keylor Navas' reach with Joshua Kimmich claiming the assist.
However, Bayern did not only end up winning Europe's most prestigious title, but they also reached 500th UCL goal mark on the night.
They have now joined Real Madrid and Barcelona on the list of elite clubs that have achieved the same feat before now.
According to Goal.com Los Blancos are clearly above on the chart with 567 goals while the Catalan club follows closely with 517.
The publication further stated that Manchester United and Juventus are other clubs that have recorded more than 300 UCL goals.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have a tally of 373 while the Old Lady have found the back of the net 306 times in the process.
Meanwhile, Bayern enjoyed an impeccable campaign in the recently concluded season in Europe - scoring 19 goals in six knockout games.
They recorded a staggering 8-2 victory over Barcelona at the quarterfinal stage, as Tottenham suffered a similar scoreline earlier in the season.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has thrown his weight behind Paris Saint-Germain to win this season's Champions League title.
The French League giants are in the final of Europe's elite competition in their history and will face German League winners Bayern Munich for a chance to lift the silverware.
Thomas Tuchel's men advanced to the last stage of the tourney after beating RB Leipzig 3-0 in their semifinal battle on Tuesday, August 18.
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