Kai Havertz’s penalty sealed Chelsea’s victory over Palmeiras in the Club World Cup final and ensured celebration for Blues fans around the world.
The team and Chelsea fans were delighted after the Germany international’s goal with Kepa Arrizabalaga and Romelu Lukaku rushing off the Chelsea bench and onto the pitch, while the XI on the pitch embraced Havertz and the crowd.
The celebrations obviously continued into the evening when the team lifted the trophy at Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium with fireworks lighting up the night sky before retiring to the locker room to admire their medals.
The likes of Antonio Rudiger and Jorginho led the way as the club won the competition for the first time after falling to Corinthians on their only other opportunity in 2012.
However, Abu Dhabi was not the only place with fireworks, as the internet search engine Google used theirs.
Now when you include “Chelsea” in your Google search, the screen is flooded with streaks of blue fireworks in addition to your usual results. A nice touch.
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The Blues needed more time to earn their feat, with Havertz’s penalty proving the crucial moment.
Romelu Lukaku had previously opened the scoring with a header from Callum Hudson-Odoi’s cross before Raphael Veiga scored from the penalty spot after Thiago Silva’s handball.
Chelsea had their own opportunity from the spot as time ticked down when Luan Garcia also handled the ball and Havertz made no mistake.