Chelsea players had big celebrations on Sunday after they beat Manchester City 1-0 to win their second Champions League title. The players along with manager Thomas Tuchel were seen breaking into impromptu dance moves with bottles of champagne strewn around as they sang and rejoiced in their moment of glory. Kai Havertz’s goal in the first half was the only one scored in the match as Chelsea held on to their lead in the second half to deny Pep Guardiola’s Man City a treble of Premier League, League Cup and Champions League.
The celebrations sprawled from the pitch to the dressing room and on to the streets as Chelsea tasted Champions League success after a gap of nine years.
They had won their first title back in 2012 by defeating Bayern Munich in the final.
“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 was quoted as saying to BT Sport by AFP.
News Source: NDTV sports