PSG has cycled through soccer's biggest stars in search of Champions League glory, but it was beaten Tuesday by a player it overlooked along the way.
Robert Lewandowski missed glorious chances, and Bayern Munich made Barcelona pay. Elsewhere in the Champions League on Tuesday, Sporting CP stunned Tottenham, and Liverpool stole three massive points with a late header.
Thousands of Liverpool fans were stuck in crushes outside the Stade de France as the Champions League final kicked off.
PARIS (Reuters) -French President Emmanuel Macron backed his interior minister Gerald Darmanin as pressure mounted against the government over how France handled last weekend's Champions League soccer final in Paris, which was marred by crowd trouble. Government spokeswoman Olivia Gregoire said Darmanin had Macron's "full confidence" despite chaotic scenes at European soccer's season-ending showpiece between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Riot police sprayed tear gas on fans, including women and children.