'At this moment in time, we’re the best team in the world and you can’t take that away from us!' - Mason Mount Chelsea are the Kings of Europe once again. Kai Havertz first-ever Champions League goal secured a second title for the Blues in an incredible end to the most unique of seasons. And for the fortunate few who witnessed the coronation it's a night they will never forget. The arrival of Thomas Tuchel galvanised a hugely talented squad. Blossoming home-grown talent had been bolstered by the arrival of Ben Chilwell, Edouard Mendy, Thiago Silva, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Havertz. But in a season almost devoid of fans, it seemed they just needed that spark. Two defeats in his first 26 games in charge took Chelsea to two cup finals. Defeat to Leicester at Wembley hurt, but the biggest prize of all awaited in Portugal. There, the Blues inflicted a third defeat under Tuchel on Manchester City thanks to Havertz's predatory strike. Featuring highlights of every game, this is the complete story of a season when Chelsea were crowned Champions of Europe.