Thomas Tuchel and his boys ensured Chelsea made history once again by beat Manchester City 0-1 to win the Uefa Champions League title, MySportPlug reports.
First Half Report Manchester City 0-1 Chelsea
Just one goal scored in the first half of the encounter saw Thomas Tuchel’s side coming out the best between the two sides who had so much to offer going forward in Porto, Portugal.
Manchester City created opportunities as they dominating play and the ball possession going forward but they couldn’t make it count despite the amount of opening spaces give to them.
Chelsea was dealt with a huge blow as Thiago Silva got injured and was quickly replaced by Andreas Christensen who did perfectly until the end of the first half encounter.
Kai Havertz brought light and spark to the game as he gave the Blues the lead in the 43rd minute of the game after a splitting pass from Mason Mount ensured he finished to make it 0-1 in the game.
The first half of the encounter came to a close with an amazing display which saw it ending with Manchester City 0-1 Chelsea as the London side were better than their fellow Premier League side who couldn’t hold them off.
Second Half Report Manchester City 0-0 Chelsea
No goal was scored in the second half of the encounter which was also another pulsating 45 minutes of good football coming from both team who arguably were very impressive.
Chelsea continued with their impressive defensive display against their fellow Premier League side who pressured them so much but couldn’t find a way to break them despite their dominance with possession.
Manchester City also had their fair share amount of injury blow with their as Kevin de Bruyne was replaced by Gabriel Jesus which the Belgian had to be taken off and a Brazilian coming in to the pitch of play.
Christian Pulisic failed to put the nail to the coffin after missing a seater which was him beating Ederson after catching the goalkeeper one on one but only to miss by an inch in the game.
The match finally came to an end with Manchester City 0-1 Chelsea as the Blues claimed the Uefa Champions League title for the second time in their history and Thomas Tuchel making it happen with just half of the season.