Yet more distress in world football's biggest club contest for City and Guardiola, its own genius director whose overthinking proved expensive once again.
The previous match of a golf heavily affected from the coronavirus pandemic was settled by a target from Havertz felt aggressively, given he suffered badly after contracting the illness midway during his first year in the club signed for almost $100 million.
He's recovered to play a huge part at Chelsea's ending into the season, also showed the team made him the centerpiece of the $300 million spending spree last offseason at how he ran on a through-ball by Mason Mount, curved goalkeeper Ederson Moraes and rolled the ball into an empty net.
"I truly don't know exactly what to say," Havertz explained. "I waited quite a very long time for this"
In terms of his fellow German,Tuchelhe just had to wait for 1 time to get over the disappointment of dropping the 2020 closing when accountable for Paris Saint-Germain.
It had been billed as a strategic duel involving Tuchel and Guardiola, among the planet's most advanced coaches, also there was a definite winner.
Beginning with no striker was anticipated -- Guardiola has favored that at the Champions League knockout matches -- but heading with no professional holding midfielder at Fernandinho or Rodri was a significant surprise and destabilized City.
City dropped its shape and its own renowned composure. Attempting to win the Champions League for the next time for a mentor and first because 2011, Guardiola was guilty of overthinking his strategies again in a huge game -- since he had been for City's quarterfinal eliminations in the palms of Lyon, Tottenham and Liverpool over the previous 3 decades.
"I did everything I believed was the best choice," Guardiola stated.
Really, for Chelsea's purpose, Mount had much time and room to thread a pass from inside his own half through the middle of City's defense -- that was opened by Timo Werner's decoy conduct -- for Havertz to run on.
Thus, City's long, often-painful and richly financed trip to the summit of European football remains pristine. The sight of its superstar midfielder Kevin De Bruyne coming from the area in the 60th second, slightly rickety and obviously concussed following a struggle for heads together with Antonio Rudiger, only added to the pain and left a comeback much more improbable.
Sergio Aguero arrived in the 76th minute for his final look after 10 trophy-filled years in City, but the Argentina striker could not create any late heroics that time.
Tuchel played his brothers on the area. Christian Pulisic, that arrived as a second-half substitute for become the first American player to incorporate in a Champions League final, presented with the decoration at a USA sweatshirt.
"What a group Man City are you have noticed what they did at the Premier League," Mount said. "It had been such a challenging match. We have a target and also defended well the entire game."
City never had the hands Guardiola so wants and could readily have surrendered over the counterattack.
Werner, who worked on the stations nicely behind City's total backs, had wasted two great opportunities before the target, first miskicking out of Havertz's cut-back and shooting tamely in Ederson from close selection.
That did not stop Chelsea getting the 13th multiple European winner, adding to its name from 2012 and Tuchel getting the third straight German to coach a Champions League-winning group after Liverpool's Juergen Klopp at 2019 and Hansi Flick in Bayern Munich last year.
"It is a massive step to get there at the closing and it is a much bigger one to snack the way through and also to make it all the way into the cup," Tuchel explained. "it is a wonderful achievement."