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#UCLFinal: Blues are KING of Europe! Chelsea edge Man City 1-0 to lift second Champions League title



Game is over and the final score is Man City 0-1 Chelsea.

As the Chelsea bench rushes en masse onto the field to celebrate, Pep warmly congratulates Tuchel. The German has done a number on him for the third time in the space of six weeks. Sergio Aguero is in tears. The fairytale wasn’t to be. Instead it’s a fairytale for Kai Havertz, who looks stunned – in a nice, mellow, stoned kind of way – as he considers his new status as Chelsea hero. An instant legend!

German forward Kai Havertz scored the only goal in the first half in Porto to give the Blues their second triumph in the competition after success in 2012.

City had been looking for a quadruple earlier this season but were beaten in the FA Cup semi-finals by Chelsea.

Azpilicueta said winning the Champions League was “amazing”.

He told BT Sport: “[Kai Havertz] was so calm. Not only that. He runs like crazy. That’s why he deserves this.

“I came here in 2012 after that Champions League win. I wanted to repeat that Champions League success. It is amazing. My family are here. It is a special, special day.”