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Guardiola sees another team of ‘athletes’ becomes European champions

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Thomas Tuchel is a European champion with Chelsea. The coach has done an extraordinary job since joining in January, and he bettered Pep Guardiola in the Champions League final on Saturday.

Two incredible teams met in Porto, but Tuchel‘s Chelsea edged Manchester City thanks to Kai Havertz. As well as HavertzN’Golo Kante was at his very best.

Thomas Tuchel is a European champion with Chelsea. The coach has done an extraordinary job since joining in January, and he bettered Pep Guardiola in the Champions League final on Saturday.

Two incredible teams met in Porto, but Tuchel‘s Chelsea edged Manchester City thanks to Kai Havertz. As well as HavertzN’Golo Kante was at his very best.

Less than a year has passed since Tuchel lost the Champions League final with Paris Saint-Germain against Bayern Munich.

Now, he’s proven himself to be a tremendous coach again by guiding Chelsea to their second Champions League crown.

He is now the best coach in Europe, and he’s done it without Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

For the first time in his career, Pep Guardiola has lost a Champions League final.

The Catalan is a born winner, but he fell short against Tuchel on Saturday, and the German has now beaten him in each of their last three meetings.

He’s been waiting for his third Champions League title for a long time now, and that wait is going to have to continue.

Guardiola previously labelled Real Madrid‘s European-conquering side as “athletes” and now he’s seen another physical team win the biggest prize of all.

N’Golo Kante is one of the best footballers in the world. He did everything in Portugal, just like he does every time he plays.

It seemed like there were five of him on the pitch on Saturday, and he’s probably deserving of more than one medal.

TuchelKante, and Mason Mount all did well, and the latter didn’t cost Chelsea a cent. The young Englishman is a real talent, and he has shown that again.

City left an open hole and Mount exploited it, allowing Havertz to score. Money isn’t everything, but Chelsea spent 80 million euros on the German. Yet his goal on Saturday was priceless.

Kevin de Bruyne endured a pain that Mohamed Salah knows after his collision with Sergio Ramos. De Bruyne collided with Antonio Rudiger and had to go off injured. The Belgian ended the game having to watch on from the sidelines.

No Spanish side played in the final, but Cesar Azpilicueta and referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz were on the pitch, and the Chelsea captain ended up lifting the famous trophy. Mateu Lahoz, as well, had a good game.

As many as 14,000 fans were in attendance in Porto, with the Champions League rediscovering some of its magic in this season’s final. Little by little, normality is returning.

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