Coman feels the noise as Bayern see off PSG to claim Champions League title
PSG vs Bayern Munich: Champions League final live: second half
And there's the whistle! Bayern Munich are Champions League winners again as they see off PSG 1-0 in Lisbon!
Choupo-Moting! The Cameroon international has a chance to level but is adjudged to have fouled Müller when sizing up his effort.
Free-kick to Bayern on the left... they take it into the corner.
Five minutes added...
PSG almost have the equaliser! Mbappé and Neymar combine to feed Choupo-Moting, who can't get a foot to the ball in the area! That was one of the best chances the Ligue 1 side have had and it could be the last...
Neuer! The Bayern keeper saves with his foot from a one-on-one with Mbappé! If Bayern win this, it will be largely down to the Germany keeper's excellent performance this evening.
PSG are running out of ideas and lumping long balls towards Mbappé and Neymar as a final recourse.
And Kurzawa swiftly follows for a clumsy challenge on Sule. Time running out for PSG...
Thiago Silva is very, very lucky not to go the same way as Zinedine Zidane in his final game for PSG after a blatant hack on the onrushing Lewandowski, who fancied he was clean through until the Brazilian's intervention.
Neymar loses his rag momentarily and sends Lewandowski to the turf. The Brazilian apologises but the ref reaches for his pocket nonetheless.
And indeed, Kurzawa is on for the stricken Spaniard.
It looks as though Tuchel will be forced into another change as Juan Bernat clutches his thigh and looks pleadingly to the bench.
Davies, who has had an excellent game, nods the ball back to Neuer under the close attention of Neymar.
Mbappé! The Frenchman goes it alone and nearly wriggles through the Bayern defence with some lovely footwork. He's eventually knocked off the ball though and Neymar's subsequent effort flashes wide.
Tuchel shuffles his pack as Julian Draxler comes on in place of Ander Herrera.
Neuer! The Bayern keeper comes to the rescue again as Di María finds Marquinhos in the area, turning the Brazilian's shot to safety when it looked certain he would score!
Double change for Bayern as Coman and Gnabry make way for Ivan Perisic and Philippe Coutinho.
A Bayern corner falls to Alaba outside the area and the Austria defender sniffs glory but only succeeds in finding row X.
And that will be the Argentinean's final involvement as he is hooked in favour of Marco Verratti.
Paredes goes down after a stamp from Lewandowski but in fairness it looked accidental.
Coman! Bayern are really turning the screw now as the Frenchman has another decent effort turned away by Navas.
And Bayern almost have another! Kimpembe makes a glorious goal-line clearance to deny the onrushing red shirts.
Kimmich lifts a beauty of a ball up to the far post and Coman is there to guide a header past Keylor Navas! Bayern have the lead!
Bayern moving the ball around more fluently at the moment. PSG's supply line to Neymar and Mbappé appears to be cut off for now despite the best efforts of Di María, who is dropping back into midfield to look for an opening.
This time both sides are at it as Gnabry goes in the book for chopping the Brazilian's heels. Müller, the main agitator.
Neymar down in a heap after a thump in the back from Goretzka. There's a bit of posturing from both sides but it's a storm in a tea cup.
Corner for Bayern as Coman's ball into Lewandowski is hacked clear... it's taken short. Do those ever work? On this occasion the answer is no.
Mbappé feels he should have had a free kick on the edge of the Bayern area but the ref is having none of it.
We're about to get back underway in Lisbon... no changes on either side at half time by the lookd of the things.
Agent Mino Raiola has confirmed that Paul Pogba and Erling Haaland will not be leaving their respective clubs, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
62 percent of the ball for Bayern in the first half but PSG mustered six shots to the Bundesliga side's five. That Neuer double save from Neymar is pretty much what separates the teams at the break but Navas also did well to keep Lewandowski at bay.
Bayern penalty shout denied! And that's the end of the half as the ref gives the appeal short shrift and puts his whistle to his lips! 0-0 it remains in Lisbon after a very entertaining opening 45.
Mbappé! PSG turn Bayern inside out on the edge of the area and the Frenchman has a glorious chance to open the scoring but sends his shot straight at Neuer!
Mbappé waves an imaginary card as Kimmich prevents a break but he'll have to make do with a free kick.
Bayern win a corner as Bernat makes a flying intervention... but Kimpembe is there to hammer it clear.
It's a decent delivery from Kimmich that PSG only half clear to the feet of Gnabry but the semi-final hero fails to capitalise and skews an effort wide.
Free kick to Bayern in an interesting area as Marquinhos hauls Lewandowski to the floor...
Coman! It was a cross not a shot but it almost caught Navas out as it looked to be creeping in the far corner.
PSG seem short of ideas as the ball is hoiked forward straight to the Bayern back four with no blue shirts anywhere near the attempted pass.
Navas! What a save! The Costa Rica stopper gets a firm hand to Lewandoswki's header from point blank range!
Herrera! The Spaniard whacks a first-time shot just wide of Neuer's near post.
Davies finds his way into the ref's naughty book for an apparent trip on Kehrer, altthough it looked rather like the PSG man slipped.
Trouble for Bayern as Boateng is helped off the pitch. It looks as though the defender, who was a doubt before the game, won't be able to continue.
Di María! The Argentinean has a glorious chance after Ander Herrera switches the flow of play but he leathers his shot high from close range.
Lewandowski! The Poland striker turns and shoots in the area with a deft touch and a stinging strike. Navas might have got a glove to it and it ricochets off the post to safety! Bayern so close to the opener.
Neuer! The Bayern keeper makes an exceptional save from Neymar after Mbappé released his strike partner. It was a solid shot and the Germany stopper got a foot to the goal-bound effort.
Davies and Coman combine on the Bayern left but the former runs the ball out with Lewandowski, who has yet to have a decent chance, lurking in the area,
Mbappé! The France international and Neymar have the chance to combine and the number seven gets a sniff of goal but hits his shot into the legs of Boateng.
Coman! The Bayern man almost wriggles through but gets the ball stuck under his feet and the chance goes begging.
But Alphonso Davies is under it to clear. PSG come again and the Canadian is there to mop up despite taking a knock to the ankle.
Free-kick to PSG on the right after Mbappé is taken out. Di María and Neymar eyeing it up...
Kimmich gets into a pickle under pressure from Juan Bernat and concedes a throw in PSG territory. The French side are still finding it difficult to feed their front three.
Thiago fancies he has an opening but he belts his effort into the empty stands. Keylor Navas' bleached hair remains unruffled.
Bayern's press is pinning PSG back in the early exchanges. The Ligue 1 champions are finding it hard to get out of their own half.
A reminder of the two sides' starting XIs
- 1 Neuer
- 17 Boateng
- 32 Joshua Kimmich
- 19 Alphonso Davies
- 27 Alaba
- 22 Serge Gnabry
- 18 Leon Goretzka
- 29 Kingsley Coman
- 25 Müller
- 6 Thiago
- 9 Lewandowski
- 1 Keylor Navas
- 14 Bernat
- 3 Kimpembe
- 2 Thiago Silva
- 4 Thilo Kehrer
- 5 Marquinhos
- 21 Ander Herrera
- 8 Paredes
- 11 Di María
- 7 Kylian Mbappe
- 10 Neymar
PSG escape from a defensive mix-up as Goretzka fails to find a teammate with a ball slipped along the edge of the area. Previously, Manuel Neuer fudged a clearance for bayern. Early nerves on both sides.
We're off! PSG get the ball rolling in Lisbon!
A quick guide to how and where to follow the game wherever you are in the world.
And the refs are out. The trophy gleaming in the Lisbon twilight. We are about to get underway!
Teams in the tunnel, face masks on... good lads.
Just 10 minutes to go until kick-off... the new boys against the old guard. Who will prevail in Lisbon? The camel coats have Bayern as favourites but it's a brave man who wuold bet against Neymar and Mbappé putting on a show in the Estádio da Luz.
Speedsters: take your marks
How many of you are, like us, hoping to see a flat out sprint from these two? If Bayern continue with their high line then there's a good chance.
AS English official predictions
There are few more proven ways to lose a fiver than following the AS English crystal ball... here's what we think will happen tonight.
Rob: 3-2 to PSG
Johnny: 3-1 to Bayern
Cal: 3-2 to Bayern
Dave: 2-1 to Bayern
PSG XI confirmed
Keylor Navas is passed fit to occupy the PSG sticks but there's no Marco Verratti in Thomas Tuchel's starting line-up, the Italian being overlooked for Leandro Paredes, who was in fine form in the previous two rounds.
A recap of Barça's historic drubbing...
No side has ever won a Champions League / European Cup final by more than a four-goal margin. The predictions for this evening augur goals but can PSG do what Barça couldn't and keep the Bayern machine at bay?
Bayern XI confirmed
Few surprises from Hansi Flick, but who needs them when you have a team like this?
PSG will be aiming to become only the second French side in history to win the Champion League following Marseille's 1993 triumph over then-mighty AC Milan. Basile Boli whacked in the only goal of the game in Munich to see off the Italian side in Marco van Basten's last game for Milan.
Where will the final be decided? There are various sub-narratives in play, not least the availability of Keylor Navas. Sergio Rico is a fine keeper with two Europa Leagues under his belt with Sevilla burt the Costa Rican has so much experience at this level that it would be a major blow to PSG if he is unavailable. At the other end of the pitch, can Bayern's defence stop the mesmerising trio of Mbappé, Neymar and Di María? On their day, few in the world can prevent PSG's front three from creating chances.
Ronaldo on Neymar: "It is true that he has played very well in the last few games, especially in this final phase in Portugal, where he has created many chances. But he has lacked a bit of composure when finishing. He has goals in him, he has scored many, they come easy to him. With a bit of luck, in the final he will find that again. He has not forgotten how.”
Both sides this evening will wear messages of thanks and support for key workers battling on the front line of the Covid-19 pandemic.
One of this evening's key battles will be between Kylian Mbappé and Alphonso Davies. The PSG forward started on the left against Leipzig but with Tuchel's forwards able to rotate with ease, it is likely that the France international, Neymar and Di María will take turns trying to turn the offensive minded Canadian inside out.
What could have been... Real Madrid tried desperately to land Robert Lewandowski after the Poland international hammered four past the Bernabéu outfit in 2013. Imagine what he and Cristiano Ronaldo might have done in the same side.
Former PSG player David Beckham sends message of support to Thomas Tuchel's boys ahead of tonight's final.
A message to fans of both sides to social distance and not jump preventive coronavirus measures whoever lifts the trophy this evening. Football is a game, the Covid pandemic very much isn't.
This will be Thiago Silva's last game as a PSG player, barring any major turn of events that sees the PSG captain remain at the Parc des Princes next season. Speaking earlier in the year, the Brazilian said: "I didn't want to leave, but the decision has already been made. I respect [the decision] and will respect it until the end. There are no further discussions [about my future]. Leonardo [PSG's sporting director] has already spoken to the press. I don't want you to talk about this just yet. I understand the topic, your urge to know what's going on, but now is not the time to talk about it."
Lifting the Champions League trophy may soften the stance of the PSG board.
Kylian Mbappé is under no illusions that it will take something special to get past Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer this evening.
Alphnoso Davies has shone in this season's Champions League and is certainly one to keep an eye on this evening.
Predicted starting XIs
PSG: Navas; Kehrer, Thiago Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat; Verratti, Marquinhos, Paredes; Di María, Neymar, Mbappé.
Bayern Munich: Neuer; Kimmich, Boateng, Alaba, Davies; Goretzka, Thiago Alcántara; Perisic, Müller, Gnabry; Lewandowski.
Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel will hope to call on influential midfielder Marco Verratti, who made a cameo in the victory over Leipzig in the semi-finals. Bayern coach Hansi Flick is unsure whether Jérôme Boateng will be fit to start, with Niklas Süle ready to step into the breach.
One of the big questions for PSG ths evening is whether former Real Madrid stopper Keylor Navas will be fit to start against Bayern. The Costa Rica international picked up a hamstring injury during the quarter-final triumph over Atalanta but reports suggest he may be ok to take his place between the sticks this evening.
Robert Lewandowski has bagged an astonishing 15 goals in the Champions League this season. To put that into context, PSG's top scorers, Mauro Icardi and Kylian Mbappé, would have to score 11 in the final to overtake the Poland striker.
PSG are aiming for their first Champions League / European Cup victory in the 50th anniversary year of the club's foundation while Bayern have lifted the trophy already on five occasions.
For an in-depth preview of tonight's game, look no further than our summary of who's in, who's out, and who is potentially going to the key player as both sides look to add the Champions League to a domestic double this evening.
PSG vs Bayern Munich live: welcome
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Paris Saint-Germain vs Bayern Munich as Ligue 1 takes on the Bundesliga for the 2019-20 Champions League title.
Tonight's game will be held at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, and kick off will be at 20:00 local time: that's 21:00 CEST, 20:00 in London, 15:00 in New York, 12:00 in Los Angeles and 22:00 in Qatar.