Mental strength is the main factor for Bayern to win the Champions League 2019-2020: Okezone the Ball

LISBON – Bayern Munich achieved maximum results in the final Champions League Season 2019-2020. The Reds – Bayern’s nickname – against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) were able to beat their opponents 1-0.

In the game, which took place on Monday, August 24, 2020 at the Estadio da Luz in the early morning of the WIB, Bayern looked promising from the first minute. Bayern have even been given a number of golden chances to score goals in this game before PSG.

However, a number of golden chances Bayern were given still didn’t turn into goals as the end result wasn’t perfect. Until the end of the first half, the 0-0 position still adorned the scoreboard of the game between Bayern and PSG.

Bayern didn’t change their style of play in the second half. Yes, Bayern continue to put pressure on PSG’s defense. As a result, Bayern were able to extend their lead over PSG with a goal from Kingsley Coman in the 59th minute.

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Yes, Coman managed to hit the ball after resuming a mature shot from Joshua Kimmich. Coman greeted Kimmich’s pass with a header that PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas had not anticipated.

The 1-0 remained until the end of the game, Bayern finally became champions of the Champions League 2019-2020. Bayern’s success in winning the 2019-2020 Champions League was reinforced by a new record.

Bayern’s success in winning the 2019-2020 Champions League was also commented on by one of their flagship players, Joshua Kimmich. Yes, Kimmich said that mental strength is the main factor in Bayern’s success.

“Hansi Flick has kept us in top form since training. He also gave us the confidence to face this game, “explained Kimmich, adapted from image, Tuesday (August 25, 2020).

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“We feel even more secure with every win. “If you make a mistake, there will be other players who will make up for it,” continued the German national team (Timnas).

“To be honest, we are not without mistakes (in the Champions League final against PSG). However, we feel we will not be defeated. I think we deserve to win this event,” he concluded .