Incredible Highlights Of Manuel Neuer's Masterclass Against PSG Prove Nobody Was Beating Him
The German side ran out 1-0 winners in Lisbon as they sealed their sixth Champions League triumph.
Kingsley Coman scored the winner but Neuer's vital saves at the other end were just as important.
The 34-year-old wasn't fazed by PSG's star studded attack and he faced everything with his trademark confidence.
in neuer we trust#MiaSanMia pic.twitter.com/HhnAVUh6mp
- lila:seedling: (@veilleuse97) August 23, 2020
Mbappe shooting straight at Neuer! :scream: could have capitalised on a mistake at the back by Bayern, but puts the shot straight at the keeper :sob: pic.twitter.com/CzCNcXsAMQ
- Pitch 22 :soccer: (@Pitch221) August 23, 2020
Manuel Neuer with another save to deny Marquinhos this time. #UCLfinal #PSGBayern
- Football World (@FTTV10) August 23, 2020
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Manuel Neuer has now kept a clean sheet in both a World Cup Final AND a #UCLFinal.
Time to party like it's 2014. pic.twitter.com/Tf5X9MqcxX
- Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 23, 2020
Manuel Neuer was arguably Man of the Match today. Another masterclass on the highest level. Easily the greatest goalkeeper of his generation and arguably the best goalkeeper of all time. pic.twitter.com/cSTzYF8g3e
- Europapokalsieger Tweets (@BavarianTweets) August 23, 2020
Neuer's game can be summed up by the sole image of him standing arms spread like Superman when saving a one on one from Kylian Mbappe - which was eventually ruled as offside anyway.
The World Cup winner was a man possessed on the night as he collected his second Champions League winners medal.
Neymar and Mbappe were denied with superb close range saves as was Marquinhos.
PSG coach Thomas Tuchel even paid tribute to the former Schalke man's performance and admitted he was on "another level."
He told reporters per Yahoo Sports: "We have [Keylor] Navas, but Neuer was in top form at the wrong moment. He took the goalkeeping game to a new level. Unfortunately for us."
Marquinhos also said he feels the Parisians lack of "cutting edge" cost them the game.
"It was a final with a lot of tension. We played to our strengths, so did they. This is a team that had possession. We did not manage to finish off our chances.
"In a final, you don't get many chances and you need to take them. The Bayern team did not create many chances. They had control but not many chances, but they scored a goal."
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