As the Champions League Final approaches it’s time to remember the times Barcelona and Manchester United have been there before. We begin today with Barcelona’s first victory in the finals, back in 1992. Ronald Koeman scored the winning goal with a great free kick in the 111th minute, giving Barcelona the win, a 1-0 victory over the 1991 Italian Champions, Sampdoria.
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[…] May 20th, 1992 – Joesp Guardiola captains Barcelona to it’s first ever European Champions Cup victory, a 1-0 win over Sampdoria. 17 years land a week later – Josep Guardiola, “Pep”, manages Barcelona to it’s third Champions title (2-0 over Manchester United), becoming the first Spanish club to achieve a “treble” and became the youngest coach ever to win the Champions League (Guardiola is 38). […]
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