Quiz! Can you name Bayern Munich's Champions League-winning players' former clubs?

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Six minutes on the clock, 33 clubs to guess.

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When Bayern Munich last won the Champions League, Alphonso Davies was just 12 years old.

That's not so much an inditement of Bayern Munich for leaving it so long - so much as a compliment to how the Canadian left-back has risen to being such a great player at such a young age. And he's not alone.

This Bayern side are indisputably the best in Europe. Just look at the squad depth - who can afford to leave Philippe Coutinho on the bench? It's arguable too that young Alphonso is keeping two of the top five left-backs on Earth out of their favoured position, in David Alaba and Lucas Hernandez.

Some of these Bayern players have been around Europe - some at top European sides, some at smaller clubs. Can you remember who Die Roten picked their Champions League-winning stars from? 

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