Many fans found themselves watching a previous encounter of PSG and Bayern instead of the 2019-20 Champions League final played between the two teams.
Bayern Munich defeated Paris Saint-Germain with a single goal in the final of the Champions League in Lisbon at Estádio da Luz on Sunday night.
11,285 people trying to figure out why Frank Ribéry and Dani Alves are on the pitch in 2020 pic.twitter.com/jVJIIrB0fs
— løl (@Domboloo_) August 23, 2020
Have 11,000 people failed to question why fans are in the stadium?
— AFG ☘️ (@AlexFG98x) August 23, 2020
It was the culmination of a long season that saw the end stages of the European competition postponed due to the spread of coronavirus.
With viewers looking for a way to watch the game online by fair means or foul, thousands turned to a live stream they found on YouTube.
11k people wondering why PSG have Unai Emery as a manager pic.twitter.com/844hJNicPu
— A26 (@Adam20Six) August 23, 2020
Unfortunately it was showing a group-stage clash involving the two sides that was played back in 2017.
News of the viewer numbers quickly spread across social media as others continued with the present-day match.
Saw someone were celebrating the goals in my timeline
— GunningForGlory (@ars_kumar) August 23, 2020