Manchester City completes historic treble with 1-0 victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League final

Manchester City have won the Champions League final, defeating Inter Milan 1-0 to complete a historic treble. The match, which took place at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, saw City dominate possession throughout the game and they were eventually rewarded for their efforts in the 75th minute when Riyad Mahrez scored the winning goal. City had already won the Premier League and FA Cup this season, making this victory all the more impressive.

Three key players to look out for in the match were Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, and Lautaro Martinez. De Bruyne proved to be a crucial creative force for City, while Lukaku and Martinez were kept at bay by a resolute City defence.

The win secured City’s first ever Champions League trophy and ended their long wait for European glory. Manager Pep Guardiola was understandably delighted with the result, saying “It’s an incredible feeling. Winning the Champions League is the ultimate goal for any club and to do it in style is even better.”

The victory also means that City have become only the seventh team in history to win the treble, joining the likes of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Manchester United.

Fans and pundits alike were quick to praise City for their performance, with many hailing them as one of the best teams in Europe right now. The Guardian described the win as a “masterclass” while The New York Times praised City for their “intensity and quality”.

Overall, it was a night to remember for Manchester City and their fans, who will no doubt be celebrating this historic win for weeks to come.