Champions League Champion, Jurgen Klopp: Bayern Munchen Little Lucky said to livescore31

Bayern Munich defeated Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the Champions League final at the Da Luz Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal. This is the sixth Big Ear trophy won by the Bundesliga giants.

Bayern Munich won 1-0 over PSG through Kingsley Coman’s goal in the Champions League final behind closed doors. This success made Hansi Flick’s team finish the 2019/20 season with three titles.

Before returning to action in Europe, Bayern Munich had a break for more than a month. Because, the domestic competition ended on July 4, after the victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the final of the DFB Pokal.

Germany is also the first European country to resume competition after a three month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This condition resulted in reduced match schedules and more relaxation time for the players.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the Covid-19 pandemic is a blessing in disguise for Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Because, rescheduling made things easier for him,

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“It’s hard to write more history in eight months,” said Jurgen Klopp speaking to German radio broadcaster ZDF and livescore31 live score terbaru.

“[Bayern] are a bit lucky, that in the midst of all the scheduling chaos, their schedule is the best fit for the Champions League,” added the former Borussia Dortmund coach.

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However, Klopp refused to fully declare Bayern Munich’s success due to external factors. Because, he admits that his former enemy is one of the best teams in the world today.

“Right now it is definitely one of the top teams, absolutely the top team,” said Klopp to unricmagazine.

“They are sensationally well equipped. They have world-class players in every position, and all at the right age,” concluded the tactician who Liverpool won the 2018/19 Champions League season.