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Alaba explains why he consoled Neymar after Bayern’s Champions League final win over PSG

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Bayern Munich treble winner David Alaba has revealed that why he consoled Neymar after the Champions League final which was held at Lisbon.

while Bayern Munich players enjoying the win against PSG on the field on the other side Alaba quickly went straight to his opponents to console them after the final whistle.

Neymar was incredibly outstanding at the night of final, he created chances on multiple occasions but denied by the German wall(Manuel Neuer) on both occasions and at last, he tried little to hide his disappointment after the game.

Alaba was praised for his kind gesture and the sign of sportsmanship at the moment, he added that he understood the feeling that Neymar was going through.

Alaba said on the FC Bayern Podcast “It turned out that way. He’s a player who has a lot of responsibility for his team, he is a player who carries a burden on his shoulders for his team.

He further added, ” it wasn’t just the way Neymar played, but the fact he does so with a smile on his face. “That’s important,” “We all love these athletes.”

Alaba said “It seemed not much affect on the Bayern celebrations. After already lifting the two domestic titles Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal, the feeling of completing the treble by winning the Champions League was just amazing “it’s something that we cant describe in words. We are very happy and grateful that we can celebrate this triumph.”

Tuchel told RMC Sport after the UCL Final “We’ve lacked efficiency,” .“We always want our key players to score all the time. I’m proud and very happy with the amazing performance of Neymar at UCL final. He showed his abilities, his mentality.

“For Kiki, it’s challenging. He was just coming after the injury and It was a wonder that he was with us at the big game. Small details made the difference.

“It was a real fight, We gave everything on the field, we left our hearts on the field. We couldn’t control the outcome. It was a goal that settled a win for the Bayern Munich and that goal made the difference between two super-competitive teams. I’m very proud of my team and the way they have performed at the final. That’s all a coach can ask of his players.

“I’m disappointed, but not too disappointed. It’s a close battle between the two teams. I’m convinced that if we score first, we win the game 1-0.”

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