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Bayern Munich win the Club World Cup

11 February, 2021
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Bayern Munich win the Club World Cup and win six titles in one year. The German team defeats the Mexican team Tigres UANL by a goal at the Education City Stadium in Qatar. The scorer of the goal was Benjamin Pavard.

Invincible. Unstoppable. Exceptional. Insuperable. It has no rival. The German team has achieved a footballing feat within the reach of very few. Only Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona, ​​in 2009, had been able to win six titles in one year. Bayern Munich conquers the six possible titles of the season: Bundesliga, German Cup and German Super Cup, Champions League, European Super Cup and the Club World Cup.

365 days of joys for the Hansi Flick team. He was, hands down, the favorite to win the tournament and it has finally turned out that way. A meeting where Bayern has always been superior to the Mexican team Triges UANL. However, the Germans have suffered more than usual to open the scoring thanks to the Mexican iron defense. The highlight of the first 45 minutes was Kimmich’s goal disallowed for offside by Lewandowski.

Benjamin Pavard scores the winning goal

Already in the second half, Flick’s men have taken to the field with determination, pressing in the opposite field and obsessed in obtaining the victory. The UANL Triges have been surrounded and out of breath against the best team in Europe. The person in charge of opening the scoring was Benjamin Pavard in the 59th minute. From that moment on, Bayern Munich has shown greater tenacity even without aim.

Bayern Munich win the Club World Cup. The end of the match has proclaimed the German club champion of the Club World Cup for the second time in its history. The first tournament was achieved in 2013 against Raja Casablanca of Morocco by two goals to zero.

Lewandoski has been awarded as the best player in the Club World Cup where he has beaten André-Pierre Gignac and Joshua Kimmich. In addition, FIFA has awarded him the award for the best player of the match.