Approaching Champions League games will go ahead behind closed doors, as UEFA is allowing clubs to open stadiums up to 30 percent of capacity.
Late-night clashes erupted on the Champs-Elysees, where vehicles were set on fire, windows broken and shops vandalised after Paris Saint-Germain lost the final to Bayern Munich in Portugal.
Bayern Munich win the final against Paris St Germain thanks to a goal from former PSG youth academy graduate Kingsley Coman.
Either Paris Saint-Germain will pick up the cup for the first time or Bayern Munich will become six-time winners on Sunday behind closed doors inside Estadio da Luz stadium in Lisbon.
The Germans football club has been unbeaten in 2020, winning 24 of their last 25 matches in all competitions and they have not lost a Champions League game all season.
Moussa Dembele scored twice for the French outsiders to seal a 3-1 win that sets up a meeting with Bayern Munich.
Bayern’s stunning start to the standout quarterfinal between the only past champions in the last eight saw Thomas Müller score twice and Ivan Perisic and Serge Gnabry add on in the first half-hour.
Barcelona will have to improve significantly to match Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals, who are arguably favourites to win the tournament.
Munich, which had already won its eighth straight Bundesliga title, retained the cup with goals from David Alaba, Serge Gnabry and two from Robert Lewandowski.
With no fans in the stands on a wet night in Bremen, it was a subdued and strange celebration for Bayern’s players, who put on commemorative T-shirts and paid tribute to their absent supporters with cheers.
Thirteen-time winners Real Madrid were drawn against English champions Manchester City while title-holders Liverpool must face Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 following Monday's draw.
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