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Chelsea have crowned World Champions in Abu Dhabi

Chelsea has won the Club World Cup for the first time. The Blues have finally conquered the entire world after defeating Palmeiras in the FIFA World Club Cup final. Thomas Tuchel’s team defeated Palmeiras 2-1 extra time, with Kai Havertz scoring the game-winning goal in the second half.

It wasn’t the Blues’ best performance, and it wasn’t a game they dominated. Despite this, the Blues could complete the task by capitalising on their opportunities.

If there’s one thing Chelsea has become known for under Thomas Tuchel, it’s that they don’t panic when they’re under pressure. The German coach has cultivated a winning mindset in his club, which has carried them through the campaign.

Chelsea had a difficult time facing Al Hilal in the Club World Cup semi-final, although winning by a tight 1-0 margin. The game versus Palmeiras, on the other hand, was more difficult.

The Brazilian team was better organised and set up to annoy the Blues. Palmeiras gained confidence as Raphael Veiga equalised ten minutes after Chelsea took Romelu Lukaku. Many teams would have been frightened by how the equaliser was scored, but Tuchel’s players maintained their cool and picked their moments.

Their methodical build-up paid off when they were granted a penalty in the 117th minute. Havertz stepped up and scored the game-winning goal, giving the Blues a well-deserved victory. But, more importantly, it was the ideal reward for their dedication.

The Blues became only the sixth side in history to collect every major title by winning the Club World Cup. Manchester United, Juventus, Bayern Munich, and Ajax are the only other teams to have done so.

It’s astounding what the Blues have accomplished in the last two decades for a squad that only began making headlines in Europe after Roman Abromovich’s takeover.

Rival teams must be envious of the Blues at the moment. Before Tuchel arrived, the club was on the verge of collapse. They’ve already won three titles under the German boss, bringing their total to three.

The Blues face Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final at the end of the month, so there may be another. Meanwhile, they’ll face Lille in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League to begin their championship defence.

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