Manchester City ended their Premier League campaign on a high at the weekend, thrashing Everton 5-0 before lifting the title for the third time in four years.
With four consecutive EFL Cup wins also under their belt, City’s domination of domestic football has continued into another season.
Yet they are now set to enter uncharted territory as they prepare for the first Champions League final in the club’s history, with Pep Guardiola’s side set to face Chelsea in Porto on Saturday evening.
City will have 6,000 fans cheering them on for the game as they bid to be crowned European champions for the first time.
Their semi-final win over Paris Saint-Germain prompted an outpouring of emotion as City were finally able to put knockout woes in previous seasons behind them.
Guardiola’s side also overcame Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach in the knockout stages, having progressed out of a group that also contained Porto, Marseille and Olympiacos.
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It is fair to say City have had the better of the majority of the teams they have faced this season, but on Saturday they will come up against a Chelsea side who have won the last two encounters between the two sides.
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City ran out 3-1 winners against Chelsea in January in what was one of Frank Lampard’s final games in charge, but the Stamford Bridge outfit are a different prospect under Thomas Tuchel.
The German manager led the Blues to an FA Cup semi-final victory over City before also beating them in the Premier League, and Tuchel will also no doubt be keen to avenge the Champions League final defeat he suffered last season against Bayern Munich.
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