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UPDATE: Chelsea Beat Man City To Land Second UCL Title

UPDATE: Chelsea Beat Man City To Land Second UCL Title

Kai Havertz strike earned Chelsea a 1-0 win against Manchester City and secured this season’s UEFA Champions League in Portugal.

It is Chelsea’s second Champions League title after first winning in 2012 against favourites Bayern Munich.

Havertz got the winner three minutes before half-time when he collected a defence-splitting pass from Mason Mount to round City goalkeeper Ederson and score.

It leaves City still searching for the Champions League after appearing in their first ever final.

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Guardiola surprisingly decided against utilising either Rodri or Fernandinho as a defensive midfielder, leaving City with a muddled game plan that reduced their effectiveness and rarely presented Chelsea with any problems.

Chelsea had the better opportunities throughout, Timo Werner wasting two good chances before Havertz struck and substitute Christian Pulisic squandering another in the second half.

City, who lost Kevin De Bruyne to injury midway through the second half, threw on Sergio Aguero for his final appearance but there was no fairytale ending for the club’s greatest goalscorer as Chelsea closed out the win.

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  • Omo9ja 3 years ago

    Congratulations to Chelsea. I am proud of you. Congratulations to we blues.

    Chelsea made a mistake against Leicester City and after that defeat, Chelsea coach have turned things around in Chelsea’s favour. What a world class coach he is.

    Less than a year the coach won a trophy for Chelsea and a group of people will come on CSN and lie and continue lying to Nigerians that we are putting pressure on the Super Eagles coach.

    Also, Mr. Mutiu Adepoju is not helping the situation. Talking as if we don’t have fantastic players available for selections.

    Less than a month, coach Waldrum won a trophy for Nigeria.

    Less than a year, Thomas Dennerby won a Trophy for Nigeria.

    Less than a year, Florence Omagbemi, the former captain of the Super Falcons won a trophy for Nigeria.

    Less than two years, late Keshi won an Afcon trophy for Nigeria.

    If we can not win anything with the current Super Eagles team then what is the point of having a foriegn coach?

    This is Nigeria for us all. Oh well, the truth is always bitter. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

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