Bayern Munich lifted the Champions League Trophy in Lisbon on Sunday night, following their single goal victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
Cascade Wellness Resort, Lagos, had been the home of the new Champions before their 8-2 thrashing of Barcelona with former Liverpool hero Philippe Coutinho scoring twice in the last five minutes.
In the semi-finals, it was Germany against France with Paris Saint-Germain overcoming RB Leipzig 3-0 and favourites Bayern Munich defeating Olympique Lyonnais by the same score.
Bayern won 11 games during the campaign, a new competition record for consecutive victories, finishing with 43 goals; 18 more than any other side in the competition. Coman, a former PSG player, is the first Frenchman to score the winner in a UEFA Champions League final since Zinédine Zidane in 2002.
PSG failed to score for the first time in 35 UEFA Champions League matches; the last time they drew a blank in a UEFA Champions League game was in April 2016 against Manchester City.
By CHRIS WRIGHT