Chelsea light up the skies over Stamford Bridge to celebrate CL win

Chelsea light up the skies over Stamford Bridge to celebrate their Champions League triumph as fans stuck back in London are treated to drone show over the stadium while players lift the trophy in Portugal

  • Chelsea beat Manchester City 1-0 to win the Champions League on Saturday
  • The Blues held a special drone event over Stamford Bridge to celebrate their win
  • Kai Havertz was the matchwinner – scoring the only goal just before half-time 

It may have been night time, but the dark skies over Stamford Bridge were illuminated blue on Saturday after Chelsea’s Champions League triumph.

The Blues were crowned champions of Europe for the second time in their history courtesy of a 1-0 over Manchester City.

With not many fans able to travel to the Estadio do Dragao in Porto due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Chelsea brought the party to their west London home with a beautiful drone show.

Chelsea celebrated their Champions League triumph with a drone show over Stamford Bridge

The Blues lit up the skies over Stamford Bridge so fans nearby could celebrate their success

The eight-minute and 22 second performance saw the west London outfit’s stadium lit up with various displays – including visuals of the Champions League trophy – to delight of everyone associated with the club. 

Kai Havertz was the hero for the Londoners as his first-half strike proved the difference between them and City.

The delighted 21-year-old was interviewed live on BT Sport after the final whistle. Interviewer Des Kelly asked Havertz if he felt he’d now repaid a big chunk of his club-record £89million fee.

A smiling Havertz replied: ‘To be honest I don’t give a f*** about it, we won the f****** Champions League.’

Chelsea matchwinner Kai Havertz (right) had a the perfect response when asked about his club record £89million transfer fee following their Champions League final win

Picked out by Mason Mount’s through pass on 42 minutes, Havertz rounded keeper Ederson

The German then kept his composure – and balance – to slot the ball into an empty net

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