The Club World Cup tournament has come to an end with Bayern Munich claiming a sixth trophy in 12 months after a 1-0 victory over the Tigres.

In addition to the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and three domestic titles all won in the space of a year, Benjamin Pavard’s second-half goal ensured the German side continues its remarkable run under Hansi Flick.

This feat is an achievement only previously matched by Barcelona in 2009, BBC reports.

On the strength of the World Champions, Bayern enjoyed far more attacking chances than Mexican side Tigres.

The Tigres are also first CONCACAF side to reach the Club World Cup final, at the Khalifa International Stadium in Qatar.

But it was only midway through the second half that the Bundesliga leader went ahead.

Another feat but for the coach this time is that Flick has won more trophies than he’s suffered defeats as Bayern manager.

In reaction to the win, Lewandowski in his post-match interview said,  “We just wanted to win today,”. “I said at halftime we needed to cross, and that’s how the goal came. It’s a great story.”