Bayern Munich beat Tigres to win the Fifa Club World Cup final in Qatar

Bayern Munich beat Tigres to win the Fifa Club World Cup final in Qatar

Bayern won the European Super Cup, the German Super Cup and is now the world champion. Pavard's goal was initially ruled out of Robert Lewandowski's offside position, but was raised after VAR consultation.

Joshua Kimmich had earlier had a goal disallowed by the VAR.

This is the eighth year in a row that a European club has won the Fifa Club World Cup, including Liverpool last season.

Mexico’s Tigres was the first North or Central American team to reach the finals, but it could not end the dominance of European and South American teams in the championship. Although former French striker Andre-Pierre Gignac still won the Golden Boot Award, he failed to add three goals in Qatar.

Bayern Munich’s former boss Pep Guardiola (Pep Guardiola), now manager of Manchester City, recorded a video to congratulate his old team. He said: "A huge congratulations to the incredible success of the entire Bayern family. I am very proud to be the club's world champion and win six-sixths of the championship." "I want to say to Hansi [Bayern owner Frick] that you are the second team to win six consecutive games. Before Barcelona (before Guardiola's 2009 game). Maybe I can call Messi Xi and his Kompany, we can participate in the seventh game title. Tell me when and where."

Qatar hosted the game, which is regarded as a trial run for the World Cup next year. Limited fans are allowed to watch at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. This victory cemented Bayern's position as an outstanding club team in 2020-the Club World Cup was supposed to be in December, but it was postponed due to Covid.

Since Flick took over in November 2019, they have won 58 of 68 games-and won every 11.3 games. Although they are far from the best, they should still defeat Tigres. Kimmic’s controversial goal in the first half was ruled out by VAR because Lewandowski, who did not touch the ball, was in an offside position and was judged to distract the goalkeeper. Lewandowski was sentenced to offside when he was saved with a header in the second half, but Pavard (VAR) allowed him to shoot into the empty net after consulting. Leroy Sane made a shot from the angle of the pole and the pole, and Corentin Tolisso shot from the pole because they could have won more.

Bayern Munich sees itself as Barcelona, ​​Juventus, Manchester United. They hope to emphasize this point with an international trophy. This is a third of what they can win the game, and they have done it. This was done in a context of less convincing performance, and there really is a lack of between sports director Hasan Salihamidzic and head coach Hansi Flick The background behind the scenes. Today, Frick brought some players that Salihamidzic brought during the summer. Maybe he is doing his best to bring some peace. They won the peace and harmony of returning home.