More Than 11,000 People Watched The Wrong PSG vs Bayern Munich Game Last Night
In last night's clash between the two giants of European football, Hans-Dieter Flick's side secured victory at the Estadio da Luz thanks to a Kingsley Coman header just before the hour mark.
It was a tight affair for large parts of Sunday's tie but it all appeared very one-sided to those who tuned in to this live-stream on YouTube, where Robert Lewansdowski opened the scoring with just eight minutes on the clock.
That's right. Thousands missed out on Coman's match-winning moment as they unknowingly watched a stream of the tie between PSG and Bayern in the 2017 Champions League group stages, where Corentin Tolisso scored twice in a 3-1 win.
Over 11,000 people watched on as the likes of Frank Ribery and James Rodriguez helped the Bundesliga side top Group B, despite a consolation goal from Kylian Mbappe in the second half. Did they not question why 75,000 fans were present in the stadium?
As you can imagine, there was plenty of reaction on social media to the hilarious incident.
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11,285 people trying to figure out why Frank Ribéry and Dani Alves are on the pitch in 2020 pic.twitter.com/jVJIIrB0fs- løl (@Domboloo_) August 23, 2020
In terms of last night's actual Champions League final, Bayern took the lead in the 59th minute when Joshua Kimmich delivered an inch-perfect ball to Kingsley Coman, who headed home past Keylor Navas.
Both sides had plenty of opportunities to open the scoring in an end-to-end first half at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon.
But it was a precise header from Coman, who spent nine years at Paris Saint-Germain before leaving in 2014, that gave the Bundesliga champions the famous win.
Thoughts on Bayern's performance against Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday night? Or did you miss the game because of this 2017 repeat on YouTube?
Let us know in the comments.