Champions League Final: 6 Key Stats That Tell the Story of Bayern Munich's Win

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Champions League Final: 6 Key Stats That Tell the Story of Bayern Munich's Win
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Arjen Robben's dramatic late strike ensured it was Bayern Munich who lifted the 2012-13 Champions League trophy at Wembley Stadium.

The Dutchman's late burst and slick finish secured a 2-1 win over domestic rivals, Borussia Dortmund, sealing his side's first European Cup since 2001.

It's also the fifth in their history, moving Bayern level with Liverpool and behind only AC Milan and Real Madrid as Europe's most decorated side.

As a spectacle the game actually lived up to its pre-match billing as a thoroughly entertaining contest, with both sides playing an attractive brand of football, eager to attack and throw bodies forward.

Although the final score is always the most crucial statistic in any game, here's a look at some of the other numbers that best defined this contest.

Statistics via WhoScored.com

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