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Some of the biggest names in global soccer will be on the grandest club stage of all in this year’s dream UEFA Champions League final match-up. PSG’s star trio of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria have carried the cashed-up French side into its first ever final. Les Parisiens are hoping to be just the second French team to claim the trophy after Marseille in 1993.
But it faces an almighty task getting its hands on the silverware. German giants Bayern Munich can boast five Champions League titles, the last of which came in 2013. Considering its domestic dominance and a star-studded roster of its own, a seven-year drought is a little disappointing for Bayern. It can set that right in Lisbon.
This match kicks off at the traditional time of 2pm EDT on Sunday, August 23 at Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal.
The only way to watch this year’s Champions League final in Canada is through DAZN. The sports streaming service holds the exclusive rights to the Champions League. It has two subscription models – $20 a month or $150 for a discounted annual pass. You can check all the details out in our DAZN Canada guide.
If you are yet to experience DAZN in Canada, it has a generous 30-day free trial for new users. You can watch the conclusion to this year’s Champions League and much more all for free. DAZN has a huge amount of content, including NFL, English Premier League, MLB, Europa League and Serie A.
After a rushed and highly unusual end to this year’s tournament due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have been given a final of the highest caliber. Huge-spending PSG has finally overcome years of disappointment to reach its first Champions League decider.
It was too strong for Borussia Dortmund, Atalanta and RB Leipzig in the knockout rounds and will like its chances of getting its hands on a trophy known as “big ears”.
Bayern Munich has been beyond ruthless in its own knockout run, scoring goals for fun along the way. A 7-1 aggregate win over Chelsea was followed by a staggering 8-2 quarter-final victory over Barcelona and a 3-0 triumph over Lyon.
Most people will likely be backing the experience of Robert Lewandowski and Bayern. But we don’t mind a Cinderella story in world sport and while PSG has spent crazy money, particularly on Neymar (US$264 million) and Mbappe (US$214 million), it is the underdog here. And we think it might just get the job done in a high-scoring thriller.
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