Chelsea FC has won their second UEFA Champions League trophy thanks to the mastermind of Manager Thomas Tuhcel.
The Blues beat Premier League Winners Manchester City 1-0 from a goal by Kai Harvets. The final game for the UEFA Champions League 2020/2021 season was played in Portugal.
The goal was scored in the ending periods of the first half through a long pass from Goalkeeper Edouad Mendy.
Both sides had very good opportunities to score in the first 20 minutes of the game but the players failed to score.
Thomas Tuchel was forced to make changes in the first half when his trusted centre back, Thiago Silva got a groin injury and had to be replaced by Andrea Christiansen.
Tuchel and his Chelsea side failed to win the English FA Cup after losing by a lone goal to Leicester City.
The 47 year old German took over in January from Frank Lampard and has since played 30 matches, won 19, drawn 6 and lost 5. This gives him 63.3 percent win with his London based side.
This was the second consecutive final for Thomas Tucel who also guided Paris St Germain to the final in the 2019/2020 season. The French side lost to Bayern Munich by a lone goal.
Chelsea first won the trophy in 2011/2012 season after bearing Bayern Munich on penalty shoot-out.