Champions League Final Update : Celsea 1 vs 0 Mancity


A goal by Kai Havertz in the 43rd minute has put Chelsea ahead of Manchester City in their Champions League final clash in Porto on Saturday.

Chelsea lost experienced defender Thiago Silva to an apparent groin injury on 39 minutes, shortly before Havertz put Thomas Tuchel’s side ahead.

Chelsea are attempting to win a second Champions League title after their 2012 triumph, while Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are appearing in the final for the first time.

Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy will become first African goalkeeper to win a Champions League title, in its current form, if Chelsea beat Manchester City in tonight’s final.

According to records, Zimbabwe’s Bruce Grobbelaar won the titles during the European Cup era in 1984 with Liverpool.

As far back as 37 years ago, Zimbabwe goalkeeper Grobbelaar became the first African player to feature in a European Cup final, with the Liverpool stopper influential as the Reds defeated AS Roma on penalties in 1984.

He was almost a two-time winner, only for Liverpool to fall short against Juventus in the 1985 final.

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