Bayern 2-1 Dortmund, the king rose from defeat
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Bayern 2-1 Dortmund, the king rose from defeat

Beautiful tears

Let’s start with that ending, an ending filled with emotions that only wait for referee Rizzoli’s final whistle to burst out.

Tears of Marco Reus.

The image of Robben celebrating as if he had just scored the first goal of his career and then burst into tears like a child expressed all the feelings of Bayern and those who love them.

Along with that were the tears of Philipp Lahm, Schweinsteiger and other Bayern players.

All those tears, whether they represent joy or sadness, are beautiful.

A sumptuous football party

Returning to the developments of the match, Dortmund entered the game completely proactively and it can be said that they played Bayern’s football in this match.

In the second half, Bayern were themselves.

Bayern 2-1 Dortmund, the king rose from defeat

History has kindly chosen Robben to break Bayern Munich’s second place finish.

In the 89th minute, starting from a long pass from his teammate’s home field, Robben rose from the ground, rushed straight into the Dortmund penalty area, passed the pair of tall midfielders Subotic and Hummels before cunningly scoring the goal.

Kudos to those who stand up from failure!

So in the 3rd final in 4 years, Bayern also won.

Bayern’s victory is also the most general image of the success of Germans – those who rise from failure.

Bayern 2-1 Dortmund, the king rose from defeat

Victory is planted in the barren soil of failure.

The Germans, after many years of patiently enduring, have had their own internal final in the Champions League, and perhaps only one Euro or World Cup championship is missing for Germany to show the world where they stand.

Minh Tan

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