Who won 2011 UCL?
2010–11 UEFA Champions League/Champion
Barcelona dominated the match, winning 3–1 with goals from Pedro, Lionel Messi and David Villa, securing their fourth Champions League title.
When did Barcelona beat Man Utd Champions League final?
The 2009 UEFA Champions League Final was played on 27 May 2009 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy. The match determined the winners of the 2008–09 season of the UEFA Champions League, a tournament for the top football clubs in Europe. The match was won by Barcelona of Spain, who beat England’s Manchester United 2–0.
What is the record between Barcelona and Manchester United?
FC Barcelona » Record against Manchester United
Who won 2012 UCL?
2011–12 UEFA Champions League/Champion
The teams stayed level at 1–1 and the match went to a penalty shoot-out, which Chelsea won 4–3 to clinch their first Champions League title.
Which club won the most UEFA Champions League?
Clubs with most titles in the UEFA Champions League from 1955 to 2021
|Characteristic||UEFA Champions League titles|
|FC Bayern München||6|
Where is the CL Final 2024?
2024 UEFA Champions League Final/Location
Who won most Champions League?
What was the score between Barcelona and Man Utd?
Messi’s magical feet were decorated by luminous green boots but it was his talent that illuminated Wembley and United’s night was effectively over once he restored Barcelona’s lead with a powerful drive early in the second half.
When was the first time Manchester United won the European Cup?
Manchester United’s hopes of emulating their first European Cup final success here against Benfica in 1968 foundered as Barcelona deservedly repeated their win against Sir Alex Ferguson’s side in Rome two years ago.
Why did Barcelona beat Man Utd at Wembley?
United may dominate in England but Barcelona demonstrated once more, in front of Wembley and an estimated television audience of 300m, that they are peerless on the European stage.
Who was man of the match for Barcelona?
Barcelona responded by cranking up what Ferguson labelled their passing “carousel” after the break, with man-of-the match Messi at the centre of events as he tortured United.