Chelsea Became Champions League Champions For Second Time

Chelsea became Champions League champions for the second time.

English team Chelsea defeated Manchester City 1–0 in the title match in Portugal on Saturday to win the UEFA Champions League title. Chelsea has won this title for the second time.

However, it has taken the team a long time to win the second title, as Chelsea has already won the Champions League title in 2012.

While in 2018 also the team had a chance to win the title of this league, but the team became the runners-up.

The two teams have faced each other for the first time in the final of this league, in which Chelsea’s team won against Manchester City.

At the same time, City did not win this title even once. Manchester City had a chance to win the title, but the team missed the title.

In this All-English Final, Chelsea won the first half and took a 1-0 lead. When there were three minutes left for the first half to end, Kai Harvatz scored a goal to put Chelsea ahead in the match.

Meanwhile, City captain Kevin de Brun had to return from the field due to injury, while City’s main striker Sergio Aguero also came on the field, but could not win the team.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s eyes on this world record in Euro 2020 Cup.

Portugal veteran Cristiano Ronaldo will have the burden of saving the team title in the Euro 2020 Cup starting on 11 June.

His eyes will be on the record of scoring the most goals for the national team. 36-year-old Ronaldo is six goals away from Iran’s Ali Dei (109 goals) record for the most goals scored for the national team.

Ronaldo has scored 103 goals so far for his national team. In the year 2019, Ronaldo said that his eyes are also on this record and all records are made to be broken.

In the Euro Cup, Portugal is in Group F with strong teams like Hungary, Germany, and France.

Portugal will also have expectations from the talented Bruno Fernandes, who have been in great touch since last year, in addition to captain Ronaldo.

Uefa’s committee demanded the abolition of the away goal rule.

The committee of Uefa, the apex body of European football, has recommended that the away goals (goals scored outside the home ground) rule for European club competition should be abolished.

However, it has not yet been officially approved by the Uefa Executive Committee.

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