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Kai Havertz scored the opening goal in the Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea FC on Saturday. The Blues were dealt a blow earlier in the first half as their standout center-back Thiago Silva was subbed out due to injury. But Havertz turned the tide just before halftime in the 42nd minute.

Midfielder Mason Mount delivered a long pass to Havertz, who split two Manchester City defenders. The goal was the first ever for the German attacking midfielder in a Champions League match.

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Chelsea are looking for their second Champions League title after lifting the trophy in 2012. You can follow the match here.