Chelsea have won the Champions League title for the second time as Kai Havertz’s goal secured a tense 1-0 victory over Manchester City in Saturday's final in Porto, shattering Pep Guardiola's dream of lifting the trophy for the third time.
The Blues ended City's hopes of a domestic treble when they triumphed in the FA Cup semi-finals in April and delayed their title celebrations with victory in Manchester.
Now, in a final watched by a limited crowd of just over 14,000 fans who created a raucous atmosphere, they have denied City the first Champions League crown they and Guardiola so crave.
“It was an incredibly tough fight, what a fight. Today they were determined to win this. We wanted to be the stone in their shoe,” Tuchel told BT Sport.
City had to wait 13 years after being taken over by Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Mansour just to get to the Champions League final.
They are now the eighth consecutive team to lose in their first appearance at this stage.
“It is the first time we're here, we'll learn, we'll come back,” Guardiola said.
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