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Champions League Final: Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Bayern Munich

German cracks, Bayern Munich, have lifted the 2013 UEFA Champions League trophy after an 89th minute goal from Dutch master, Arjen Robben, settled a thrilling final against fellow German side, Borussia Dortmund. It was tough on Dortmund, who were the better side in the first half but failed to turn that superiority into goals after a succession of saves from Bayern keeper, Manuel Neuer. That meant the first half finished goalless and on the hour mark Mario Mandzukic put Munich in front. Ilkay Gundogan levelled from the spot after a clumsy challenge by Dante on Reus just eight minutes later. That left it to Robben to wrap things up as extra time loomed.Buy Bundesliga Tickets and see the finalists now! Bayern Munich tickets and tickets for Borussia Dortmund available securely online.

Klopp vows to rebuild

A clearly disappointed Dortmund coach, Jurgen Klopp, vowed to rebuild his team and reach another Champions League final soon. Arjen Robben, meanwhile, said he was delighted with his winning goal and said it made up for Bayern Munich's loss in last year's final. The all-German clash was one of the best Champions League finals of recent years and lit up Wembley.