Bayern sits on the throne of world football and celebrates a historic six
Bayern Munich was crowned European champion with the title of the seventeenth edition of the Clubs World Cup in football when it defeated Tigress of Mexico 1-0 in the final match at the Education City Stadium in Doha, and achieved the sixth.
French international defender Benjamin Pavar scored the match’s only goal in the 59th minute. Bayern Munich and coach Hanzi Flick became the second team after Barcelona in 2009 to achieve the achievement of the coronation with six titles, in the Champions League, European Super Cup, League, Cup and Super Cup locally in addition to the World Cup. Clubs.
It is the second title of the Bavarian club in the international competition with its new system, after the first in 2013 when it achieved the quartet, including the historic local triple (the local league and cup and the European Champions League)
Since the Bavarian crowning in 2013, European clubs have dominated the title, especially Real Madrid, who was crowned in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018, in addition to compatriots Barcelona (2015) and Liverpool (2019).
On the other hand, the only consolation for the Mexican team remains, which was made by surprise by eliminating Brazilian Almeiras, the South American champion, 1-0, to become the first CONCACAF team (North, Central America and the Caribbean) to reach the final and score second place.
Al-Ahly, the African champion, won third place by beating Palmeiras 3-2 on penalties (regular time 0-0).
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