Munich: Mathys Tel's stoppage-time goal proved enough for Bayern Munich to beat Manchester United 4-3 in their Champions League opening game. Tel scored with a spectacular finish in the second minute of injury time on Wednesday, restoring Bayern's two-goal lead just when United threatened to pull
City were crowned European champions for the first time and they also secured the treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League, with Guardiola becoming the first men's manager in history to achieve the feat on more than one occasion.
Manchester City not only won their first European trophy since claiming the now-defunct European Cup Winners' Cup in 1970, they also became only the second English team to win a treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League
The Spaniards will bid for a record-extending seventh Europa League title when they face AS Roma in the final in Budapest on May 31, after Jose Mourinho’s side drew 0-0 at Bayer Leverkusen to secure a 1-0 aggregate victory in their semi-final
Manchester City dominated the match in the early stages but it was Real who took the lead as Vinicius Jr netted a brilliant curling effort from the edge of the area that flew into the top-right corner with Real's first shot on target in the 36th minute.