- Neymar was left tearful after failing to help PSG win first ever Champions League title
- The Parisians were defeated 1-0 by Bayern Munich in the final in Lisbon
- Kingsly Coman's lone goal in the second half was all the Bavarians needed to win their sixth European title
Neymar could not hold back tears after Paris Saint-Germain were denied first Champions League title by Bayern Munich in Lisbon on Sunday, August 23.
Despite having a bright start during the match, the Parisians paid a heavy price for blowing up a goalscoring chances.
Both sides finished the first half goalless after both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe
A 59th minute header by Kingsley Coman finally downed the Parisians, with the Frenchman finding the back of the net following Bayern's breakneck counter-attack.
Coman's goal was enough to earn the Bavarians their sixth Champions League title, equalling Liverpool's historic haul.
PSG was thus denied a chance to win the European showpiece for the first time in the club's history.
And a dejected Neymar could not mask his misery as he cut a dejected face after the final whistle.
The £198million superstar arrived beaming behind a covered face carrying a huge speaker on his left hand.
Bayern defender David Alaba showed his class side as he was seen comforting the Brazilian forward afterwards as his teammates celebrated victory. PSG will be hoping to give the competition another shot next season.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has confirmed that they will not be going for the signing of Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar this summer.
The Catalans failed to win any trophies at the just-concluded season in Spain and they were also bundled out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich.
The Catalans suffered a heavy defeat against Bayern Munich and there have been calls for the club to bolster their squad ahead of the upcoming season.
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