The 22-year-old was a decisive passer to Kai Havertz to help Chelsea win the Champions League.
Mason Mount was jubilant after helping Chelsea win the Champions League by beating Manchester City 1-0 in the final on Saturday. The 22-year-old played a key role in his side’s victory in Porto, providing an assist for Kai Havertz’s opener just before half-time.
The goal turned out to be decisive as the Blues made a heroic defensive effort to win the second Champions League title in club history at the end of a second period in which Manchester City struggled to secure big opportunities for the club. come back to score.
“I can’t say it with words. It’s impossibleMount told BT Sport after the meeting. I just mentioned that I played in two finals for Chelsea and we lost them both.
“The way it hurts … That’s everything I dreamed of winning a trophy with Chelsea. Going to the end of the Champions League. We played tough teams. We’re in the final and “We won it. It’s such a special occasion. Right now we’re the best team in the world. You can’t take that away from us!”
“Which team is Manchester City. You saw what they did in the Premier League. It was a very difficult game. We scored a goal and we defended the whole game. We left everything on the pitch and we What can I say? There are a lot of staff who have been there.
“It’s amazing. My dad just came down from the stands. I burst into tears when I saw him. I thank my family for everything.”
In his second full season with his childhood club, Mount became one of Chelsea’s best players and was named the club’s player of the year. Mount has made 54 total appearances for the Blues this year, scoring nine goals and adding nine assists. A great reward for the young man, great Chelsea supporters, who joined the club’s academy at the age of six.