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Chelsea’s Kei Haworths paid off some of his transfer fee as his first-half goal gave his side a 1-0 win over Manchester City in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Premier League City were their favorite champions before the final but suffered a disappointing night in Porto in their first Champions League final.
Pep Guardiola’s men were never allowed to play their normal and smooth game and could not respond as Chelsea won their second Champions League title with discipline.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tukhl has won a tactical battle against his City counterpart Guardiola, and his side could have won two immature chances with a further victory over Timo Werner.
When playmaker Kevin De Bruyne suffered a head injury, City struggled after the break and their cause did not help.
Chelsea survived a seven-minute hiatus as Riyadh Mehrz narrowly approached City before the start of the Chelsea Traveler fans’ celebration.
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