Edmonton's Alphonso Davies wins Champions League title with Bayern Munich
It was a historic day for star Bayern Munich left back Alphonso Davies on Sunday. The 19-year-old from Edmonton became the first Canadian men's player to win a Champions League title.
Bayern won its sixth Champions League title in a 1-0 victory in the first final to be played without fans.
While Bayern won its first final since 2013, PSG has yet to lift the European Cup despite more than $1 billion being spent on players in nine years.
More than $500 million was spent on Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria but PSG looked far from formidable or threatening against the Bavarian giants who felt more assured on European club football's biggest stage.
As the costly front three were frustrated in front of goal, it was instead a winger who grew up in Paris and started his career at PSG who inflicted the blow.
The 24-year-old Coman ghosted in at the far post unchecked by the PSG defence and was ready to meet a cross from Joshua Kimmich in the 59th minute.