Bayern, in Munich, with the Champions League but without fans

Bayern, the new European champion, arrived in Munich on Monday afternoon, where, due to health regulations due to the coronavirus pandemic, they did not have a reception with the public. As in the Da Luz final, in which they defeated Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) 1-0, the Bayern players could not count on the warmth of their fans.

Tired but satisfied, the Bayern members landed in a special Lufthansa Airbus, with Thiago Alcantara at the helm. Dressed in a shirt that read ‘Treble 2020’ after winning the Champions League, Bundesliga and the German Cup, for the first time since 2012-13.

Manuel Neuer and Thomas Müller carried the trophy between them when they arrived in Munich and David Alaba, the ball of the final. And, of course, everyone with a mask with the club logo. A message of congratulations was addressed to them by Markus Söder, President of Bavaria.

Bayern, the first team to win the Champions League after having won the tournament edition matches in two (11), are European champions for the sixth time, after those of 1974, 1975, 1976, 2001 and 2013. Tied with Liverpool , whose relief he took, to six Champions, only surpassed by Real Madrid (with 13) and Milan (with 7).

In Da Luz Bayern beat PSG thanks to a goal scored by Kingsley Coman. Now the players managed by Hansi Flick will have two weeks of vacation before starting next season. On September 18, Bayern will play against the opening match of the Bundesliga.