BARCELONA 3 - JUVENTUS 1
Barça join Bayern and Liverpool on five European triumphs
Luis Enrique's side win a treble for the second time in Berlin and are now two short of Milan's European haul.
Barcelona are now only behind Real Madrid and AC Milan in European Cup triumphs. With their victory in Berlin the claret and blues, who first won the trophy in 1992, now have five and have secured the club's place in the select club of five-times winners with Liverpool and Bayern Munich.
Bayern won their last title at Wembley in 2013 and Liverpool last lifted Europe's greatest club prize in Istanbul in 2005 in that memorable final against Milan, who have seven to their name.
After losing in the final against Benfica in 1961 and Steuau Bucharest in 1986, Barcelona finally broke the curse in 1992 in London, where a single Ronald Koeman goal was enough to see off Sampdoria. Barça then lost the 1994 final against Milan by a 4-0 scoreline and had to wait until 2006 for another chance. Led by Ronaldinho at the peak of his powers, Frank Rijkaard's side defeated Arsenal 2-1 in Paris.
Three years later in Rome Pep Guardiola's side won the treble with goals from Leo Messi and Samuel Eto'o to defeat Manchester United. In 2011, United were again bested 3-1 with goals from Messi, Pedro and David Villa.