Chelsea won the Uefa Champions League trophy for the second time after beating Man City 0-1 as Kai Havertz scored an amazing goal in the first half of the encounter.
First Half Report Man City 0-1 Chelsea
The first half of the encounter saw some impressive display from both teams who had much to do going forward and they also had a fair amount of opportunities going forward.
Man City were good when it came to them dominating play and the ball possession going forward but they couldn’t make it count as they failed in every attempts to break the London side.
The game progressed with Thiago Silva being substituted in the 39th minute after an injury which Andreas Christensen was brought in to replace the Brazilian with more opportunities being created.
Chelsea finally found the lead in the 43rd minute of the game as Mason Mount played in a defense splitting pass which Kai Havertz picked up and went past Ederson to make it 0-1 for the Blues.
The first half of the encounter came to a close with an amazing display which saw it ending with Man City 0-1 Chelsea as they both went in for the break with an advantage to the London side who were very good.
Second Half Report Man City 0-0 Chelsea
The second half wasn’t that bad as it opened up with more coming from the two teams who looked sharp coming out from the break hoping to make something come out from their respective teams.
Chelsea continued with their impressive defensive display against the Citizens as they managed to hold on to their lead which was slim and in big trouble of breaking as it carried on.
Man City were also dealt with their own injury blow as Kevin de Bruyne was down and unfortunately couldn’t continue as he was replaced by Gabriel Jesus who came on his place as the game went on.
Christian Pulisic could have made it 2-0 but he just couldn’t make it count as the American failed to beat Ederson after catching the goalkeeper one on one, only to play the ball wide without hitting the target.
The Uefa Champions League final finally came to an end with Man City 0-1 Chelsea as Thomas Tuchel and his team claimed the trophy after an hard fought encounter against an amazing Pep Guardiola’s side.
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