Bayern Munich wins Club World Cup title after defeating Tigres 1-0
Bayern Munich lifted the Club World Cup title on Thursday night after defeating Tigres 1-0 in the final match played at the Education Stadium in Qatar.
According to the details, Bayern Munich stake their claim as one of the all-time great teams as they take six trophies in just eight months.
The German professional sports club Bayern Munich takes the sixth title of Club World Cup, under coach Hansi Flick.
Benjamin Pavard scored the only goal in the 59th minute in a comfortable game for the Champions League winner against Mexico’s Tigres, the first team from North and Central America to reach the world final.
Bayern’s win extended Europe’s run of consecutive Club World Cup wins to eight, highlighting European clubs’ vast financial advantage over the rest of the world.
Both teams, Bayern Munich and Tigres had players who featured in Mexico’s surprise win over Germany at the 2018 World Cup.
Back in October 2020, Bayern Munich displayed a spectacular performance against Borussia Dortmund, defeating the opponents by 3-2 and lifting the German Super Cup 2020.
Joshua Kimmich’s goal sealed the victory for Bayern to take the cup home. Bayern took the lead with 2-0 at first, however, Julian Brandt scored a goal for Dortmund before half time.
On 24th August, German Club FC Bayern Munich became king of Europe for the sixth time after defeating Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League Finals in Lisbon.
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