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Celebration at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea Win Their First Ever FIFA World Club Cup



Chelsea, on Saturday February 12, outclassed Brazilian side – Palmeiras, to clinch their first-ever Club World Cup trophy.

The victory meant Chelsea have won every trophy under Abramovich and also ensured captain Cesar Azpilicueta’s place in the club’s history books, having now secured every piece of silverware.

Havertz’ extratime goal was enough to give the London side the trophy.

The winning spot-kick came in the 117th minute after Palmeiras defender Luan handled an Azpilicueta shot and referee Chris Beath awarded a penalty after Var sent him to look at the screen for the second time in the final.

Luan’s nightmare end to the game went from bad to worse, as he was sent-off for a professional foul on Havertz right at the end, following Beath’s third Var check of the evening.

Head coach Thomas Tuchel had made a 3,400-mile journey on Friday to be in Abu Dhabi for the final, having tested negative for coronavirus, and it proved to be

Chelsea finally got their hands on the FIFA Club World Cup, as they comfortably defeated Palmeiras 2-1 at Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium this evening. Of course, the Brazilian team played against the Blues with a high level of winning spirit, but the Thomas Tuchel’s men later prevailed in extra time.


Apparently, Thomas Tuchel pulled off some brilliant tactics, because the Brazilian team didn’t make it easy for Chelsea throughout the 120 minutes. Nevertheless, the West London club are now World Champions, having won their second trophy in the 2021-2022 campaign.

In all fairness, the likes of Thiago Silva, Kai Havertz, N’Golo Kante, Antonio Rüdiger, and César Azpilicueta dazzled flawlessly against Palmeiras, because they played the 120 minutes with a high level of winning spirit. The Blues wouldn’t have won the FIFA Club World Cup without their performances on the pitch.



Honestly, this is indeed a massive achievement for Chelsea this campaign, even though the likes of Reece James and Ben Chilwell are still unavailable. Of course, all Chelsea’s fans are happy bunny for the trophy, as they break the deadlock, and are currently 2022 Champions of the World.



Simply put, Chelsea are now World Champions as they won the FIFA Club World Cup this evening, having defeated Palmeiras 2-1 at Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium.

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