Kingsley Coman’s trophy record is now even more ridiculous

By now we’re all familiar with Kingsley Coman’s staggering record when it comes to winning silverware.

The French attacker has won whichever league he has played in every year of his professional career; two Ligue 1 titles, two Serie A and five Bundesliga.

However that record got all the more impressive after he scored the winning goal in Bayern Munich’s Champions League final victory. That latest addition means the 24-year-old has now won 20 trophies in 193 games.

Remarkably that’s an average of winning a trophy every 9.65 games he plays in.


Unsurprisingly, manager Hansi Flick was full of praise for his winger, who had been linked with a move away from the Allianz with the arrival of Leroy Sane and was something of a surprise inclusion in the starting lineup.

“Perhaps he’s finally stepped out of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben’s shadow this season.” Flick said

“Kingsley has incredible talent and he showed tonight that he can also score goals.”

Despite the game not living up to the high expectations we all had in terms of goals, Coman was one of the brightest players on the pitch and regularly caused problems for PSG’s full back Thilo Kehrer.

Last night’s victory was another testament to the job that Flick has done since taking over at Munich. Eyebrows were raised at his appointment, a former lower league and Germany assistant coach, he was hardly a household name stepping into the country’s biggest club.

Sitting fourth in the table, having parted ways with Niko Kovac after a 5-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt, Flick has come in and won 33 of his 36 games in charge.

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