- PSG vs Bayern Munich had all the drama expected of a Champions League final
- Kingsley Coman was the hero as his 59th minute strike won the Germans the title
- However over 11,000 fans mistakenly watched a wrong PSG vs Bayern match on YouTube
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More than 11 thousand people unknowingly watched a wrong Paris Saint-Germain vs Bayern Munich game online on Sunday, August 23, online, thinking it was the Champions League final.
A YouTube channel had live-streamed a 2017 match involving both teams which was different from the original one which Kingsley Coman became the hero.
Thousands missed out on the match-winning moment as they were busy watching likes of Frank Ribery and James Rodriguez as they battled the French team to victory that year. Mbappe got the consolation goal in a game that ended 3-1.
"Did they not question why 75,000 fans were present in the stadium?" a fan questioned - as reactions continued to trail the situation, with fans branding it as ‘hilarious’.
“Have 11,000 people failed to question why fans are in the stadium?” a fan queried on Twitter.
Another added: “11,285 people trying to figure out why Frank Ribéry and Dani Alves are on the pitch in 2020”
Bayern, who have enjoyed a scintillating campaign stunned Neymar's Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in Lisbon on Sunday night, August 23, to win the European title.
Kingsley Coman's 59th minute header proved the difference in the highly-contested match as the Bavarians strolled to victory.
Neymar, having inspired PSG to a historic berth to the finals was hoping to lead the French side's to glory.
However, the Parisians failed to capitalise on earlier chances only to be punished Bayern who were clinical in all departments.
And the celebrations continued into the night both in the stadium in Portugal as well as back home in Germany as fans continued to celebrate the victory.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Thiago Alcantara produced a five-star performance when Bayern Munich won their sixth Champions League title with a 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain.
The Spanish midfielder has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League to join English champions Liverpool and Manchester City. But things took a dramatic twist when Bayern boss Hansi Flick responded to question in a post-match interview about the Alcantra's future at the club.
The German gaffer caught everyone off guard about the 29-year-old playing his last match for the Bavarians: "No, he told me he is staying," quoted by Mirror.
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