Jubilation ongoing among Chelsea fans across the globe  as Chelsea Fc knocks down Manchester City 1-0 to be crowned champions of Europe; Kai Havertz’s first-half strike seals Chelsea’s second Champions League success; Pep Guardiola’s attacking line-up backfired as Man City struggled in Porto; Thomas Tuchel seals first silverware as Chelsea boss.
According to the interview made by our correspondent with Chelsea fans in Nigeria, to some it was a flawless victory and to others it is was a game of battled between two worriors. 
On Sunday 30 May 2021 06:33  UK time,
Chelsea won the Champions League for a second time

Thomas Tuchel’s side, who lost Thiago Silva to injury in the 39th minute, were sent on their way just before half-time as Mason Mount’s superb pass picked out the run of Kai Havertz (42), who rounded Ederson and calmly finished into an empty net for his first Champions League goal.
Man City, who picked an extremely attacking line-up, were far from their fluent best and their task was made even more difficult when Kevin De Bruyne was forced off because of a head injury in the 60th minute.
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After substitute Christian Pulisic missed a guilt-edged chance to wrap up victory, City turned to Sergio Aguero for one final time, but an equaliser proved elusive as Chelsea, who defended heroically, held on for a third straight win over City to end their season on a high.
The victory banished memories of their FA Cup final disappointment earlier this month and seals their first piece of silverware under Tuchel, who replaced Frank Lampard back in January.
Meanwhile, Champions League success proved elusive once again for Man City and Pep Guardiola. Despite their Premier League and Carabao Cup successes, their wait to win Europe’s biggest club competition goes on.
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Chelsea players celebrate taking the lead against Man City in the Champions League final
Chelsea players celebrate taking the lead against Man City in the Champions League final
The game caught fire early on and it was City who created the first opening, Ederson measuring a perfect long ball over the top for Sterling, but the England international’s first touch let him down, allowing Reece James to get back and get a foot to the ball. It forced Sterling wide and Edouard Mendy was out quickly to make a block from a tight angle.
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