The Brazilian was desperate to inspire the French side to their first-ever European Cup but Kingsley Coman’s second-half strike ensured Bayern got their hands on the trophy for a sixth time.
Neymar joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017 for a world record £199.5m and he was purchased with the sole ambition of leading PSG to Champions League glory.
The Brazilian has taken on the burden of winning the competition for the club but he missed a brilliant opportunity in the first half to put his side ahead and he grew increasingly frustrated as the match progressed.
On the full-time whistle, Neymar couldn’t conceal his emotions and burst into tears as Bayern’s players celebrated their sucess.
The Brazilian then made his way over to the bench, though a selection of both Bayern and PSG players consoled him.
As PSG’s squad lined up to receive their runners-up medal, Neymar had to be asked to join the line with his team-mates and he was still clearly visibly distraught.
The Brazilian wanted to rejoin former club Barcelona last summer but that avenue appears closed now as the Spanish giants cannot afford the transfer due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It means Neymar is likely to stay in France, where he’ll be tasked again next season with trying to guide the club success in the Champions League.