Thomas Tuchel and his entirely team were partied last night after conquering Europe for the second time in history following their 1-0 Champions League final victory over Manchester City.
The west London club put in a heroic display to thwart Pep Guardiola’s men in Porto and were delirious in Portugal after lifting the iconic trophy to ensure their turbulent season ended with silverware.
The club record signing in summer 2020, Kai Havertz scored the only goal of the game – rounding City stopper Ederson to easily slot home after an inch perfect pass from Mason Mount, with the newly-crowned Premier League champions unable to find a way past the stubborn Londoners.
And the Blues wasted no time in getting the celebrations up and running – led by Kurt Zouma and Olivier Giroud, who was seen swigging back a bottle of bubbly in the dressing room.
The French forward looked in high spirits as he was filmed enjoying himself by team-mate Tammy Abraham, and centre-back Zouma busted out some dance moves alongside back-up goalkeeper Willy Caballero.
And it’s wasn’t long before their boss Tuchel got involved as he entered the dressing room carrying a bottle of champagne – shaking it vigorously before spraying his entire squad with booze.
The German boss then huddled together with his victorious players and bizarrely took off his shoes and hoisted them up into the air as the squad chanted and cheered the former PSG coach.