Although Chelsea wore their traditional blue jersey they also put on resilience, sheer determination, and discipline as they claim their second Champions League trophy.
Kai Havertz 42nd minute goal was the difference on the might in Porto as Chelsea dashed Manchester City’s hope of winning a treble.
In what can be described as a disappointing performance, Manchester City only had a shot on target all through the match.
Thomas Tuchel once again showed his Chelsea side are no match for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City as he defeats the Spanish manager for the third consecutive time.
They have now won 7 European titles, one behind Manchester United United and 7 behind Liverpool who have the most titles with 14.
Also, the Blues have lifted the trophy in six of their seven major European finals in their history – with this their fourth European success in the Roman Abramovich era alone (Champions League in 2020-21 & 2011-12, Europa League in 2012-13 & 2018-19).