The 2021 Champions League Final, has come and gone and Chelsea Football Club emerged as the new champion of Europe.
The tough competition ended in the favor of Chelsea FC with a goal scored by Kai Havertz in the 43 minutes of the game.
Manchester City tried but couldn't find the back of Chelsea's post and the goal from Havertz was the difference that made Chelsea become the winner of the 2021 EUFA Champions league final.
Shortly after Chelsea won the Champions League, the former Governor of Gombe State, Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo quickly took to his social media handle to celebrate with the club.
The former Governor called the club the new champions and celebrated with Chelsea for winning the 2021 EUFA Champions League.
In the same vein, the Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward Onoja, also took to his social media handle to celebrate with the Football Footbal club
The Kogi Deputy Governor said "just believe and after Chelsea victory and blue sky, the rains came heavy on the Confluence City in Lokoja. Up Blues." Many influential Nigerians have continued to celebrate the victory of Chelsea.
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