Kai Havertz strike enough as Chelsea stun Manchester City to win the Uefa Champions League for the second time in their history
Kai Havertz strike prior to the break proved to be the decisive goal as Chelsea saw off Manchester City to clinch the Champions League trophy.
In a crunch encounter with Pep Guardiola’s Man City, Chelsea once again showed their supremacy over the Citizens under new manager Thomas Tuchel beating them for the third time this season.
Tuchel has already guided the Blues to beat Man City twice and with all to play for in the Uefa Champions League, Chelsea once again defeated City to win the Champions League for the second time in their history.
The defeat leaves Manchester City still in hunt of an European trophy.
Tuchel hopefully of a new deal with Chelsea
“I’m not even 100 per cent sure, but maybe I have already a new contract with that win,” Tuchel said. “My manager said something about it. I did not know, but let’s check this first. I spoke to the owner (Roman Abramovich) right now on the pitch, which was the best moment for a first meeting!