A live streaming YouTube channel between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich in 2017 picked up thousands of viewers during the Champions League final on Sunday.
Hans-Dieter Flick’s side secured victory at the Estadio da Luz in last night’s clash between the two European football giants thanks to a Kingsley Coman header just before the hour mark.
For large stretches of Sunday’s draw, it was a close affair, but it all seemed very one-sided to those who tuned in to this live stream on YouTube, where Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring with only eight minutes on the clock.
That’s Okay. Millions missed the match-winning moment of Coman as they watched unknowingly a video of the clash between PSG and Bayern during the group stage of the 2017 Champions League, where Corentin Tolisso scored twice in a 3-1 victory.
Over 11,000 people watched the Bundesliga side top group B as Frank Ribery and James Rodriguez like support, despite Kylian Mbappe’s consolation goal in the second half. Didn’t they wonder why there were 75,000 fans at the stadium?
As you can guess, the amusing incident generated plenty of feedback on social media.