CL final: More than 11,000 fans tricked into streaming PSG vs Bayern Munich from 2017

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The Champions League final is the biggest match in club football.

Every footballer wants to play in it and every football fan wants to watch it.

And Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain was certainly no different.

There were obviously no fans allowed inside the stadium meaning everyone had to do the same - watch the game at home.

And Bayern Munich ran out 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Roberto Lewandowski and a brace from Corentin Tolisso. At least, that’s what more than 11,000 fans thought happened last night...

Let us explain:

A very cheeky YouTube account decided to stream last night’s Champions League final.

Well, it was advertised as the 2020 Champions League final to attract viewers. However, they decided to show the 2017 Champions League clash between the two sides, which Bayern won 3-1 in the group stage.

Imagine 11,000 fans sitting there and seeing the 75,000 supporters inside the Allianz Arena and thinking nothing of it. Not to mention to likes of James Rodriguez and Franck Ribery lining up for Bayern, while Dani Alves and Edinson Cavani appeared for PSG.

Amazing.

It resulted in some rather brilliant reaction on social media:

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Wonder if there are still some fans out there who think Bayern actually won the final 3-1.

Of course, the German side did triumph with a 1-0 victory in Lisbon.

Kingsley Coman’s header was the only goal of the game as PSG’s wait for a Champions League triumph went on.

In fairness, those watching the 2017 clash between the two sides probably had the pleasure of watching a more enjoyable 90 minutes.

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