Let that sink in!: Manchester City has not only clinched the European crown but has also completed a historic treble.
Contrasting emotions: Inter Milan's midfielder Robin Gosens (R) looks dejected as Manchester City's Norwegian striker Erling Haaland celebrates winning the UCL title.
An inch closer to glory: Rodri scored in the 68th minute to put City in the lead.
Uneventful: The game stayed goalless after a gruelling 45-minute battle.
Deja vu: Kevin de Bruyne was forced off the pitch after sustaining an injury in the 35th minute. The Belgian was also forced off injured when City lost to Chelsea in the final two years ago.
KICK OFF! Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez gets the ball rolling in the summit clash.
A shot at glory: Inzaghi (2nd from left) could become the first Italian coach to lead Inter to European glory. The Nerazzurri’s previous triumphs in the competition were under Helenio Herrera (1964 and 1965) and José Mourinho (2010).
Can Pep do a SAF?: If Man City manages to win the UCL title, Guardiola will become only the second EPL manager to complete achieve this feat. Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United became the English first team to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in the same season in 1998-99.
Showstopper: Inter custodian Andre Onana has has prevented the most goals of any goalkeeper in the Champions League this season. Source: Opta
Man of the hour: With 52 goals in 52 games this seasons across competitions, Erling Haaland will lead the Man City attack. However, the Norwegian has not found the back of the net in the last four games.
Can Inter pull off a giant killing act?: With Man City being the clear favourite, with wins against Bayern Munich and Real Madrid in the knockouts, Simone Inzhagi’s men come into the fixture as underdogs.
Treble chasers: Pep Guardiola and co. are not only out to fight for the UCL title but also are chasing a historic treble, with the Premier League and FA Cup titles already in their cabinet this season.
Eyes on the prize: Manchester City and Inter Milan will go head to head in the UEFA Champions League final.
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