Chelsea has won the 2020/21 Uefa Champions League contrarily to the belief of almost everybody. Earlier in the day former Tottenham player Jenas and former Chelsea player Chris Sutton said they fear they will be playing against City. The players concluded that Manchester City was going to win but Chelsea was able to prove them wrong as Kai Havertz the one and only goal of the to give Chelsea the trophy.
Kai Harvertz Scores to Give Chelsea the Champions League Trophy
Kai Havertz scored the decisive goal just before half-time, running on to England international Mason Mount’s excellent ball before beating Ederson to roll ball into the empty net. Manchester City, who were looking to win their first ever Uefa Champions League trophy had their hope dashed. Pep Guardiola would have been the first manager to take a team to the Champions League final for the first and win but that did not happen.
Manchester City’s performance did not show the dominance that had brought them the 2020-21 Premier League title, with Pep Guardiola’s bold team selection having failed to come off. The former Barcelona manager had left Fernandinho, Aguero and Rodri on the bench as he named an attacking line-up but they struggled to take control of midfield in their absence.