UEFA Champions League: Top 5 Man Of The Match Performances In The Final Over The Last 10 Years

UEFA Champions League: Top 5 Man Of The Match Performances In The Final Over The Last 10 Years

Sergio Ramos
Sergio Ramos Wit The 2015 UCL Trophy. Image Credits: Twitter

UEFA Champions League, a competition where Ferraris race against Lambhorginis, is one of the most prestigious tournaments in world football, particularly club football. UEFA Champions League is the ultimate glory in European football and it is only a certain number of teams that make it into the competition every year.

Real Madrid have been the most successful club in the competition so far as they have managed to win a whopping 13 titles. Italian giants, AC Milan, follow Madrid on the second spot with 7 titles. Winning the Champions League is a matter of utmost glory in club football for any footballer. However, things get more illustrious when a footballer grabs a match-winning performance in the final of the tournament.

UEFA Champions League & UEFA Cup Draw
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Today, we’ll take a look at the top-five man of the match performances in the UEFA Champions League final over the last 10 years.

Top 5 Man Of The Match Performances In The UEFA Champions League Final Over The Last 10 Years

5. Arjen Robben-2013 (Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund)

Arjen Robben
Arjen Robben With The 2013 UCL Title Image Courtesy: FIFA

Arjen Robben has been a legend for Bayern Munich throughout his stint at the Allianz Arena. He has helped them win a plethora of matches and when he was at his prime, he was the second-best left-footed player in world football after Lionel Messi. 2013 had been a year of history for Bayern as they won the treble that year.

However, their most important win of the campaign was the UEFA Champions League title which they won beating arch-rivals, Borussia Dortmund in the final. Bayern won the dramatic final at the Wembley Stadium by 2-1 as Arjen Robben scored a late winner for the Bavarians to rejoice their title glory as Arjen Robben emerged as their saviour in the Der Klassiker final.

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