Kai Havertz goal gave Chelsea its second Champions League title


Chelsea football club of England has won its second Champions League title. after beating Manchester City 1-0 in the 2020/21 Champions League final on Saturday night at the Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal.

Kai Havertz supplied the lone goal of the night when he latched onto a Mason Mount pass and finished past Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson to earn Chelsea their second Champions League title.

It was another heartbreaking night for Pep Guardiola as his drought in UCL continues, he last lifted the European trophy in 2011 with FC Barcelona.

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While Thomas Tuchel finally got his hands on the Champions League trophy after facing defeat as Paris Saint-Germain manager in the final to Bayern Munich.

The Citizens felt more comfortable in the second half with some fresh players on the field as the substitutes but it was Chelsea who created a real chance through Christian Pulisic in the 70th minute. However, the American star failed to covert the chance.

Thomas Tuchel was busy pumping Chelsea’s fans throughout the game while Guardiola was just tensed looking at his team letting the title slip away.

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City had a chance to score an equalizer in the final minutes of the game but Riyad Mahrez missed it.

It was Chelsea’s first trophy this season but the biggest one in European club football. While Manchester City’s wait for the Champions League trophy continues.


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