Chelsea won the English Champions League final for the second time on Saturday, beating Manchester City 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Kai Haworths.
Before throwing the ball into the empty net in the 42nd minute, Howartz ran over Mason Munt, and City goalkeeper Ederson Moras walked away from him.
Chelsea have now been added to their first European Cup in 2012 and are the 13th big winners of the world’s biggest club competition.
Manager Thomas Tukhl won the trophy a year after losing to 2020 Saint-Germain in the 2020 final.
City’s long, often painful, and lavish budget journey to the pinnacle of European football remains incomplete. Manager Pep Guardiola may regret not working with his established team by choosing not to start a specialist maintenance midfielder.
The move destabilized City, a team that has largely dominated English football this season, having previously won the Premier League and FA Cup.
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