Josep Guardiola has become the youngest coach to win two Champions League trophies. Spaniard Josep Guardiola has become, on Saturday at 40, the youngest coach to win two Champions League trophies after its formation, FC Barcelona, it was, 3-1, before the English team Manchester United final competition, held at Wembley arena in London.
Josep Guardiola, who is 40 years and five months, won the first Champions League trophy, again with FC Barcelona in 2009 after the Spaniards have won, 2-0, to the British throughout the Manchester United.
On the other hand, the British manager, Sir Alex Ferguson has missed the opportunity to become the first coach with three Champions League trophies, after the won in 1999 and 2008.
FC Barcelona won the Champions League trophy, the fourth in club history after beating Saturday at Wembley, 3-1 (1-1), English Manchester United squad in the final competition.
Spanish team's goals were scored by Pedro Rodriguez '27, '54 Messi and Villa '69, while for the band Rooney scored Manchester '34.
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