Chelsea won their first Champions League title in 2012 under the managerial reign of Italian manager Roberto Di Mateo, as they beat Bundesliga side Bayern Munich on penalties at Allianz Arena.
The Ivorian international Didier Drogba was the hero of the night, as he scored the decisive spot kick that help the Blues to win their first Champions League trophy.
In 2021 under the managerial reign of Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea won their second Champions League title as they beat Manchester City in the final.
The Blues kept an excellent record of 9 clean sheets from the group stages of the competition to the final.
The players that help Chelsea beat Manchester City in the 2021 edition of the UEFA Champions League are Kai Havertz, Ben Chillwell, Reece James, Thiago Silva and N'golo Kante
Most of the players were playing upfront but still came back to defence, N'golo was the Blues engine room, as most of the tackles he made kept the Blues in the contest.
Kai Havertz scored the only goals that separated the two sides, Havertz received a pass from Mason Mount as Havertz drive pass City goalie. Ben Chillwell was going forward and returning to defence.
Thiago Silva was good defensively and Reece James too, Chelsea could make history this season if Graham includes this players in his starting XI , they could take Chelsea to final and possibly win the trophy.
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