Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg is a Swedish professional gamer, who is known for his long-standing superior performance in the competitive Counter-Strike scene. Having played competitively since 2005, Lindberg, going by the pseudonym of "f0rest", has widely gained a reputation within the electronic sports scene as one of the best-performing Counter-Strike players in the world.
Often referred to as Inter's 'breakthrough' season, 2010's Champions
league finals sealed the treble for Jose Mourinho's side. With Bayern
being the favourites for winning the competition, the Italian giants
made sure that they were the superior ones.
Robin "flusha" Rönnquist is a Swedish professional CS:GO player and former Counter-Strike 1.6
player. He is regarded as one of the most consistent players in the
scene, known as the cornerstone for his team as well as a star player
with the ability to carry his team to victory.
Bayern Munich defeated their rivals Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in front of a
crowd of around 86,000 people packed in the new Wembley stadium in
London, England. It was a tightly contested match which was decided by
Arjen Robben who scored the winner in the 89th minute to break the hearts of the Dortmund faithful.
Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz is a Danish professional CS:GO player and former CS:Sourceplayer. He is known as one of the best players of all time,
consistently playing at a very high level for years since 2014. He is
currently playing for Astralis as the AWPer.
Real Madrid became the first winner of the Millenium's first CL final. A one-sided and uneventful affair against a familiar opponent; this had the feeling of Real Madrid securing a comfortable win over a mid-table side in La Liga.
Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo is a Brazilian professional CS:GO player and former CS:Source, CrossFire and Counter-Strike1.6 player. He currently plays the roles of an AWPer and in-game leader for MIBR. In 2015 he was voted the most influential person in Brazilian eSports. He is the owner of Brazilian eSports organization Games Academy.
Things got off to a lively start as Andriy Shevchenko had a goal disallowed wrongly. However, if Shevchenko’s goal in fact should have stood, it didn’t matter in
the end, as he scored the winning penalty for Milan after an
unsurprisingly goalless period of extra time.
Barcelona were appearing in their fifth final, having won the competition once in 1992,
and lost the other three finals. Arsenal were appearing in the final
for the first time and in doing so became the first club from London to
feature in the final.
The 2–1 victory was Barcelona's second triumph in the competition