Actually, Chelsea could have scored more. Striker Timo Werner missed two brilliant chances in the opening stages and Christian Pulisic’s shot went wide in the second half.
Despite missing the opportunity, Pulisic made history. When he replaced Werner in the second half, he became the first American man to play in a Champions League final and became the first American to also win the Champions League.
Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy also made history, becoming the first African goalkeeper to play in a Champions League final.
Mendy’s clean sheet was his ninth from 12 Champions League games this season, the most in a single season.
The 22-year-old Mount, who hails from the club’s academy, struggled to contain his emotions after the final whistle.
“To advance so far in the Champions League. We played some tough teams. We were in the final and we won it,” he told BT Sport. “This is a very special opportunity. At this moment, we are the best team in the world. You can’t take that from us.”
While Chelsea celebrated with fans inside the stadium, a group of supporters regrouped in London to watch their team win European football’s biggest competition for the second time.
Chelsea Champion Victory Celebration
Chelsea clinched the Champions League title on Saturday after beating Manchester City 1-0 in the all-English final.
A first-half goal from summer signing Kai Havertz, the most expensive player in Chelsea history, was enough to earn Thomas Tuchel’s side victory in front of thousands of fans at Porto’s Estadio Dragao in Portugal.
Meanwhile, Manchester City’s wait for European glory continues after advancing to its first final in the competition this season.
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